The final Major of the season starts on Thursday at Hazeltine National Golf Club in Minnesota, where there are some interesting groupings, with all three Major winners this season playing…

The US PGA is the golf season's Final Major and represents the last chance for the golfing elite to capture one of the big four titles. Golf blog as the…

Get the A-Z of the 2009 US Open golf championship at Bethpage Black from Tiger Woods, Jack Nicklaus and Torrey Pines to USPGA, Padraig Harrington and Phil Mickelson.

US Open: Recent years

The US Open golf tournament has been a regular event in the American golfing calendar since 1895, and has always provided a stern test to even the finest players. Multiple…

The US Open golf tournament has been a regular event in the American golfing calendar since 1895, and has always provided a stern test to even the finest players. Multiple…

US Open Champions: 1956 – 2008

Read the full list of all the US Open golf tournament's winners and champions from the 1956 US Open to the US Open 2008

Read the full list of all the US Open golf tournament's winners and champions from the first US Open in 1895 to the US Open 2008

US Open golf tournament records

From the oldest to the youngest and the best to worst, we dissect 109 years of the US Open golf tournament's achievements, history and records

Pictures from the 2008 US Open at Torrey Pines won by an injured Tiger Woods, but pushed all the way by veteran Rocco Mediate and England’s Lee Westwood.

From Tiger Woods to Lee Janzen we take a look at the last 12 winners of one of the toughest championships in golf, the US Open

Different class

Re-live the most astonishing of US Open wins as Tiger Woods wins the 2000 US Open by 15 strokes at Pebble Beach

All in his Stride

Re-live the most astonishing of US Open wins as Tiger Woods wins the 2000 US Open by 15 strokes at Pebble Beach

Re-live the most astonishing of US Open golf tournament wins as Tiger Woods wins the 2000 US Open golf championship by 15 strokes at Pebble Beach

Butch Harmon from Sports Illustrated and Golf Monthly's Lewine Mair re-live their memories of Tiger Woods' historic win at the 2000 US Open golf tournament by an astonishing 15 strokes…