Fox Sports and its lead announcer, Joe Buck, might be making their major golf debut at June’s U.S. Open at Chambers Bay, but the man coordinating the coverage has a lifelong connection to the game. Mark Loomis once followed Gary Player around as a U.S. Open standard bearer. He caddied for his club’s assistant pro at the 1988 U.S. Open. He played golf at Vanderbilt, is a member of New York’s Winged Foot Golf Club and has a handicap index of 2.
56th U.S. Open | June 14-16, 1956
Augusta James fired a 5-under 67 in Sunday's final round and rallied to win the Chico's Patty Berg Memorial.
Jim Furyk won the RBC Heritage on Sunday for his first PGA Tour title in five years, making birdies on both playoff holes to outlast Kevin Kisner.
Wes Roach won the El Bosque Mexico Championship on Sunday for his first Web.com Tour title, beating Kevin Tway and Patton Kizzire by four strokes.
Canada's Augusta James won the Chico's Patty Berg Memorial on Sunday for her first Symetra Tour title, and Laurie Rinker took The Legends Tour competition.
Jim Furyk fired an 8-under-par 63 - the lowest score ever by a winner of the RBC Heritage Presented by Boeing - then topped Kevin Kisner with a birdie on the second hole of a playoff to capture his second tartan jacket and his first PGA Tour title since 2010.
Tommy Cocha birdied three of the last four holes on Sunday to pull away and win the Abierto OSDE del Centro.
Jim Furyk birdied both playoff holes on Sunday to defeat Kevin Kisner and win the Heritage.
Jim Furyk had gone 100 starts without winning, a stretch that gnawed at his psyche and challenged his confidence.
Relentless rain denied Olin Browne a chance to play the final round with Bernhard Langer. Then again, it gave Browne his first Champions Tour victory in four years.
Kiradech Aphibarnrat made eagle on the penultimate hole of regulation to force a playoff, then birdied the first extra hole on Sunday to defeat Hao-tong Li to win Shenzhen International.
Thailand's Kiradech Aphibarnrat captured the inaugural Shenzhen International on Sunday after rallying in regulation with an eagle on the 17th hole and beating Chinese teenager Li Haotong in a playoff.
Sei Young Kim holed out from 154 yards for eagle to win the LPGA Tour's Lotte Championship on the first hole of a playoff Saturday with Inbee Park.
Sei Young Kim chipped in for par on the 72nd hole Saturday to force a playoff, then holed her second shot for eagle on the first extra hole to defeat Inbee Park and win the LOTTE Championship.
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