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espn.go.com — Fresh off their final U.S. Open rounds on Sunday, two caddies had a lot to say about Chambers Bay and how the USGA set up the course from day to day.

published: 06/24/15
espn.go.com — Jordan Spieth's caddie, Michael Greller, didn't expect to see his father on Sunday. But despite serious health issues, John "Bear" Greller wasn't going to miss this.

published: 06/24/15
espn.go.com — Ian Poulter went off on Twitter and Instagram following his final U.S. Open round, labeling the condition of the Chambers Bay greens as "disgraceful."

published: 06/24/15
espn.go.com — Calvin Johnson sent Jordan Spieth a signed football and jersey, apparently appreciative of the golfer's comments about the Lions superstar.

published: 06/24/15
espn.go.com — Se Ri Pak has withdrawn from the U.S. Women's Open next month at Lancaster Country Club.

published: 06/24/15
espn.go.com — Fred Couples has withdrawn from the U.S. Senior Open because of a back injury.

published: 06/24/15
espn.go.com — Most golfers will spend their careers trying to replicate their first major win, but Jordan Spieth is building on his success. That's what sets the 21-year-old apart.

published: 06/24/15
espn.go.com — On Monday, the Westgate Las Vegas SuperBook posted Jordan Spieth and Rory McIlroy at 5-1 for the Open Championship, which tees off July 16. Dustin Johnson is next at 15-1.

published: 06/24/15
espn.go.com — The British Open champion at St. Andrews next month will win $1.8 million, an increase of $275,000 from 2014, as the total purse soared approximately 17 percent to $10 million.

published: 06/24/15
espn.go.com — Did Jordan Spieth win the U.S. Open, or did Dustin Johnson lose it? Our experts debate this and more in this week's Four-Ball.

published: 06/24/15
golfdigest.com — US Open Review: Marty Hackel and Alex Holmes comment on the style statements made at Chambers Bay

published: 06/24/15
dallasnews.com — If you're like most people, you've probably come home from a long day at work or a road trip and tossed a coat or a hat or something else on a couch or bed.You can put it away later when you've had a …

published: 06/24/15
dallasnews.com — You know you're a hot topic when you make the monologue  of a late-night television show ... as did U.S. Open winner Jordan Spieth, Tiger Woods (who missed the cut) and the much-criticized Chambers Ba…

published: 06/24/15
dallasnews.com — In the summer of 2012, the John Deere Classic extended a sponsor’s exemption to 18-year-old amateur Jordan Spieth.A group of about 20 Dallas family members and friends traveled to Silvis, Ill., to sup…

published: 06/24/15
dallasnews.com — Newly crowned U.S. Open champion Jordan Spieth joined CNBC. Here are some highlights.Are you surprised that you're this good, this soon?Jordan Spieth: This was certainly the plan. This was exactly wha…

published: 06/24/15
dallasnews.com — With endorsement deals with Under Armour and others, Jordan Spieth would be financially set wihether he won PGA Tour events or not.But for 2015, Spieth is earning his keep. Spieth took home $1.8 milli…

published: 06/23/15
dallasnews.com — Dallas-native Jordan Spieth continues his ascension to the top of the sporting world. The 21-year-old golfer, who on Sunday won the U.S. Open, will be on the June 29 issue of Sports Illustrated, accor…

published: 06/23/15
dallasnews.com — UNIVERSITY PLACE, Wash. — When Jordan Spieth’s friends on the PGA Tour want to give him grief, they simply say two words: “Golden Child.”It’s a term Spieth, 21, dislikes because he said it conjures an…

published: 06/23/15
espn.go.com — A thick plume of black smoke rose just north of Chambers Bay on Saturday, providing an ominous backdrop during late-afternoon third-round play at the U.S. Open.

published: 06/22/15
espn.go.com — Sergio Garcia and world No. 1 Rory McIlroy added to the continued criticism of the Chambers Bay golf course greens after their rounds on Saturday.

published: 06/22/15
espn.go.com — Rory McIlroy's three birdies on the first nine and three in the first four holes on the second side had him 6-under for his round and poised for a historic finish.

published: 06/22/15
espn.go.com — Jason Day, suffering through a severe bout of vertigo, used a steady hand to guide him to a share of the 54-hole lead at the U.S. Open.

published: 06/22/15
espn.go.com — Golfer complaints at a U.S. Open are nothing new. This year at Chambers Bay, though, the criticisms found a new level.

published: 06/22/15
espn.go.com — Louis Oosthuizen could have easily packed it in after his opening-round 77 at the U.S. Open. Instead, he nearly made history at Chambers Bay.

published: 06/22/15
espn.go.com — The U.S. Open storybook ending didn't come to fruition for Jason Day, but the Aussie knows he gained a legion of fans along the way.

published: 06/22/15
espn.go.com — In his first tournament with caddie Steve Williams back on the bag, Adam Scott posts career-best U.S. Open finish at Chambers Bay.

published: 06/22/15
espn.go.com — It's time for finals. How much studying did you do? Are you confident, or were you up all night cramming? Here are the final grades for the 2015 U.S. Open.

published: 06/22/15
espn.go.com — Jordan Spieth won the U.S. Open in a heart-stopper Sunday with a turn of events even more wild than the terrain at Chambers Bay.

published: 06/22/15
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