David Livingstone's review of the 2018 majors continues with the US Open, where Phil Mickelson and the USGA dominated the headlines...
Phil Mickelson is keen to put his US Open controversy behind him as he turned his attention towards the third major of the year at Carnoustie.
Phil Mickelson has apologised for his rules breach at the US Open revealing he is "embarrassed" by his actions at Shinnecock Hills.
Players and pundits took to Twitter over the weekend to question the state of the course at Shinnecock Hills.
Players and pundits took to Twitter in droves on Saturday at the US Open to deliver damning verdicts on Phil Mickelson.
Following a dramatic weekend at the US Open, we look at five of the biggest talking points from previous tournaments.
Butch Harmon reflects on another US Open win for Brooks Koepka and backs Tommy Fleetwood for future major success.
Brooks Koepka was "truly honoured" after becoming the seventh repeat winner of the US Open with his victory at Shinnecock Hills.
Tommy Fleetwood left Shinnecock Hills with "so many positives" after his record-equalling final-round charge at the US Open.
Justin Rose reflected on what might have been after a poor start to his final round scuppered his chances of landing a second US Open victory.
Phil Mickelson declined to speak to the media after finishing the most controversial of his 27 US Open appearances with a one-under 69.
Brooks Koepka held off a final-round challenge from Tommy Fleetwood to defend his US Open title with a one-shot victory.
Luke Donald insisted many of the world's best players were 'humiliated' by the course set-up for day three at the US Open.
Phil Mickelson took his place in the field for the final round of the US Open after discussions with the USGA over whether he should have been disqualified.
Ian Poulter has lambasted the USGA about pin placements and American fans following a controversial US Open third round.
Ewen Murray reacts to negative comments about the condition of Shinnecock Hills and reflects on the third-round action.
Butch Harmon gives his verdict on the Phil Mickelson penalty incident and discusses how he thinks it should have been dealt with.
The USGA was forced to apologise for the course set-up at the US Open as they came under heavy criticism from a number of players on the third day.
Dustin Johnson is part of a four-way tie for the lead at the US Open, with Justin Rose one off the pace in Long Island.
Zach Johnson claimed the USGA had "lost the golf course" as he hit out at the conditions during the third round of the US Open.
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