|Woods sidelined by strained left elbow
Tiger Woods will be unable to defend his championship at next week's AT&T National due to a strain of his left elbow.
|Golf Tidbits: Rose proves that he is Philly tough
In a four-year span, Justin Rose has conquered two of the hardest courses in the Philadelphia area. If Pine Valley, the top-ranked course in the country, were to host a PGA Tour event in the coming years, my money would be on Rose.
|This Week in Golf -- June 20-23
Leishman, who earned his first title on the PGA Tour, finished the tournament at 14-under-par 266. The Australian had twice finished as the runner-up, and tied for third at the Byron Nelson Championship that May.
|Few changes in women's world rankings
With the LPGA and Ladies European Tours off last weekend, there was little movement in the latest women's world rankings.
|Rose moves to third in the world rankings
Justin Rose claimed his first major championship title on Sunday and that helped him move up two spots in this week's world golf rankings.
|U.S. Open Final Round News & Notes
Justin Rose had back-to-back birdies twice in the final round of the U.S. Open on Sunday, and those two bursts helped him claim his first major championship title.
|What they said after the final round of the U.S. Open
One of these times will be the charm for Phil Mickelson. It wasn't the first or second or third or sixth for that matter.
|Sue Kim wins Decatur-Forsyth Classic in playoff
Sue Kim birdied the first playoff hole on Sunday to defeat Laura Kueny and win the Decatur-Forsyth Classic.
|Woods posts worst score as a pro
Three-time champion Tiger Woods wrapped up the 113th U.S. Open Championship on Sunday with a 4-over 74.
|Simpson wraps up title defense at U.S. Open
Webb Simpson, the 2012 U.S. Open champion, wrapped up his title defense with a 2-over 72 on Sunday.