Pattison Ave: The 113th U.S. Open at Merion Golf Club was a long week. And it was all worth it.
Pattison Ave: Phil Mickelson could not have been happy with the his U.S. Open finish, but he only needs to look as far as his tax returns when searching for some solace.
Marcus Hayes: Wisdom and patience, humility and courage proved the difference at the 113th U.S. Open, as they so often do.
Mike Kern: Merion is an absolute treasure. It was my favorite course before the Open. Nothing that went down altered my perspective.
Bob Ford: The USGA took what Merion had already done in toughening the layout, and used deep cuts of rough and persnickety pin placements to keep the golfers humble.
Octopus pants, pops of pink and double doses of orange were some of the most outstanding looks captured at the U.S. Open at Merion.
Phil Sheridan: The U.S. Open came back, bringing the world's best golfers to town, and the only greatness on display was the course itself.
After his memorable chip in for an eagle on the 10th hole, Phil Mickelson thought he was "in a good position" to win his first U.S. Open.
Phil Mickelson grabbed the U.S. Open lead on Sunday, briefly pulling himself out of the runner-up quagmire that has dominated his Open career.
Sam Donnellon: Despite playing well, Phil Mickelson is forced to settle for his sixth second-place finish at U.S. Open
Dick Jerardi: Here are some scenes from both sides of Ardmore Avenue.
It was obvious all day that the locals were pulling for Phil Mickelson. He was the only player during the U.S. Open to receive enthusiastic chants that...
When Justin Rose finished the 72nd hole of a grueling 113th U.S. Open at Merion Golf Club, he blew a kiss skyward, an emotional gesture to his deceased father on Father's Day.