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U.S. Open 2018: Tournament news, schedule, coverage and analysis

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Koepka wins U.S. Open for 2nd straight year (0:34)

Brooks Koepka taps in on 18 to win back-to-back U.S. Open championships, the 1st man to do so since Curtis Strange in 1988-89. (0:34)

All you need to know about the 2018 U.S. Open, including day-by-day results and analysis from Shinnecock Hills.

U.S. Open 2018: The 411

The U.S. Open returned to Shinnecock Hills for the first time since 2004. It provided a dramatic scene for the 118th U.S. Open.

Sunday's final round: Brooks Koepka wins the U.S. Open

A day that started with a host of names near the top of the leaderboard ended with the same one that sat in the first spot a year ago. Brooks Koepka took home his second consecutive U.S. Open title, become the first player to do that since Curtis Strange won in 1988 and 1989.

Saturday's third round: The day things went a little batty

One of America's oldest and most respected courses, Shinnecock Hills has seen its share of controversy when the U.S. Open is staged on the Long Island venue. Saturday's third round offered more fodder.

  • Kevin Van Valkenburg: The U.S. Open went off the rails Saturday. The course was impossible. The players were losing their minds. But then, that is what this tournament is all about. Read

  • Bob Harig: Zach Johnson said early Saturday afternoon that the United States Golf Association "lost the golf course." Read

  • Harig: Saying he meant no disrespect to the game or the tournament, Phil Mickelson defended his decision to hit a moving ball that was rolling off the green. Read

  • Ian O'Connor: Why Phil Mickelson should apologize and then withdraw from the U.S. Open after mishap. Read

  • Michael Collins: The Phil Mickelson mess through the eyes of his playing partner, Andrew "Beef" Johnston. Read

Friday's second round: Early exits for Tiger, Spieth, Rory

Tiger Woods, Jordan Spieth and Rory McIlroy had frustrating finishes Friday at Shinnecock Hills as all three stars missed the U.S. Open cut. Meanwhile, Dustin Johnson extended his overall lead after two rounds.

  • Bob Harig: Tiger can't cut it at U.S. Open, finishes 10-over Read

  • Ian O'Connor: It might take longer than Tiger Woods thought -- and longer than fans would like -- but Tiger will win a major again. You have to trust the process. He does. Read

  • Kevin Van Valkenburg: After all these years, we've gotten it all wrong. Current U.S. Open leader Dustin Johnson isn't the sport's greatest simpleton. He's actually a golfing genius. Read

Thursday's first round: The course wins

Three of the biggest names in the sport walked off Shinnecock Hills looking dazed and confused. On the first day of this U.S. Open, they weren't alone.

  • Kevin Van Valkenburg: Rory, Jordan, Phil ... and the pain of the U.S. Open. Read

  • Bob Harig: Scott Gregory's 92 the worst opening-round score at U.S. Open in 16 years. Read

  • Preview: Can World No. 1 Dustin Johnson carry his momentum into the weekend? Read

Setting up the year's second major

  • Experts' picks: Who will win the 2018 U.S. Open? Read

  • O'Connor: Is Rickie Fowler ready for a major breakthrough? Read

  • Pietruszkiewicz: A guide around Shinnecock Hills from the local who knows the place best. Read

  • Collins: Don't look for Tiger Woods' name high on this list of possible winners. Watch

  • North: If Tiger can start putting well, anything can happen. Watch

  • North: Dustin Johnson can go the distance at the U.S. Open. Watch

Tiger at the U.S. Open

  • Harig: Ten years removed from what surprisingly turned out to be the last of Tiger Woods' 14 major titles, we spoke to the players, caddies and people who witnessed what very well might have been his most remarkable victory. Read

  • Harig: Is the U.S. Open the one major Tiger Woods cannot win again? Read

  • 2018: A step-by-step guide to Tiger's 2018 season. Read

  • Harig: Don't let a bad U.S. Open fool you, Tiger isn't done winning majors. Read