Uncharitably described by one US observer as “robotic”, Brooks Koepka is in fact a smouldering volcano of resentment with a massive chip on his shoulder.
Before we address the dark issues emanating from Shinnecock Hills at the weekend, let’s spend a little time in the light.
The USGA have gone back to what they know. Not surprisingly with the dark blue blazers, there are decidedly mixed feelings about this.
Nobody could accuse the European Tour of being afraid of change.
Kinross’ Calum Hill will make his major championship debut in the 118th US Open next week after winning one of the sectional qualifying tournaments.
The Carnoustie Golf Club’s 175th anniversary celebrations have continued with a Tayside welcome being extended to one of the leading figures in the global game.
There’s no organisation within golf that gets more flak than the United States Golf Association. Even our own favourite Aunt Sally, the R&A, gets off lightly in comparison.
Even for a man who loves privacy so much he called his yacht that, there was no escape for Tiger Woods from the vivid glare of the police mugshot.
Stan Wawrinka has revealed he was crying with nerves only five minutes before he demolished Novak Djokovic to win the US Open.
US Open champion Jamie Murray says his doubles chemistry with Bruno Soares is even better than with his brother Andy.