It's a big week in Chicago for the cream of British golf. With just 30 players progressing to the final FedEx Play-off event of the season, next week's Tour Championship, only Justin Rose is guaranteed a shot at the $10m (£6.3m) jackpot that comes with victory.
Former Ryder Cup captain Bernard Gallacher is critically ill in hospital, NHS Grampian have confirmed.
Team look to defend their title by registering first ever victory on American soil
Defending champion finishes with two birdies to put himself back in the hunt at Oak Hill
Tiger Woods, playing rock-steady golf, was coasting toward his 79th career win on the PGA Tour as he preserved a commanding seven-shot lead midway through last night’s final round at the WGC-Bridgestone Invitational.
It will take a humungous heave to pull in the field from here, the kind of feat that is commonplace in Inbee Park's season of unprecedented riches. No one needs convincing of Park's status as the world's best female golfer. A fourth major victory on the spin to keep her grand slam ambitions alive would add lustre to her name but hardly substance.
The South Korean has won three majors this year. At St Andrews she starts her quest for a fourth – a feat no pro golfer has achieved
Apparently the desire to be with the girl he loves is bad for his golf
The Brit posts a card of 68 to leave him two under par
Having laid to rest the ghost of Tony Jacklin last month by becoming the first Englishman to win the US Open since that son of a Scunthorpe lorry driver in 1970, Justin Rose and his fellow English golfers are still haunted by the ghost of Sir Nick Faldo at the Open Championship.
Is the favourite suffering psychologically as he chases his 15th major? Not a bit of it, he tells Kevin Garside at Muirfield
The world number two is continuing to struggle
Rose won at Merion to become the first Major winner from England for 17 years
The American finished runner-up for the sixth time
This brute of a course punishes good shots rather than testing the best as many have discovered
Ben Hogan's win in the 1950 US Open, 16 months after a car accident that had almost killed him, and Bobby Jones' triumph in the 1930 US Amateur, which gave him all four major championships of that era in one glorious summer spell, were the defining memories of some of the 19 USGA events to have been held at Merion Golf Club down the years.