# Olympic Club

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# Opinion
In the swing: Major breakthrough brings Simpson front and centre
Casual fans may not have known Webb Simpson before his US Open win on Sunday but he can no longer be ignored, writes Neil Cullen in this week’s column.
US Open, day 4
Could Graeme McDowell ensure that the US Open title stayed in Northern Ireland for a third successive year? Check out our stroke-by-stroke coverage of the final round.
US Open: Leaders have nothing but respect for one another
McDowell described Furyk style as ‘plodding’, but ensured it was not taken as an insult.
# Grit
'I'm still in the ball game': Tiger warns US Open leaders
The 14-time major champion is five shots adrift of Graeme McDowell, but is convinced he can rally in tonight’s final round.
# US Open
Top man: McDowell feels right at home by Pacific's edge
The Northern Irishman has a share of the lead going into this evening’s final day at the US Open and he’s not keen on giving it up.
# Penal
VIDEO: How tough is the US Open?
Greens like this are one of several very good reasons the US Open is considered golf’s most gruelling challenge.
# What a hit!
VIDEO: Nick Watney had an albatross on the 17th at the US Open yesterday
Prett-ay, prett-ay good.
# Comebacks
Column: The 'new' Tiger Woods is pretty good, too
A majestic display of shot-making, Woods’ opening 69 at the Olympic Club proved a point: Tiger MkIII is more than a match for the world’s best.
# G-Mac
US Open: McDowell best positioned in chasing pack
The Northern Irishman is one of five men with a share of second place, three shots behind the leader, Michael Thompson
# US Open
Olympic humbles Mickelson, Watson
It was a bad day at the office for Lefty, who was in trouble from his first tee shot, at the par-four ninth.
# History Books
14-year-old Zhang to become youngest US Open competitor
Paul Casey’s withdrawal means the Chinese teenager will take to the field at the Olympic Club.
# US Open
In The Swing: The course with a history of upsets
San Francisco’s Olympic Club, which will host the US Open this week, is known as a graveyard for the world’s best golfers.
# Preview
US Open build-up: A quiet day before the storm
Some of the biggest names in golf, including the world number one, have arrived at The Olympic Club for the second Major of the year.
# Opinion
In the swing: Tiger back with a shot for the ages
Tiger’s birdie at 16 was more difficult than his famous shot at Augusta, writes Neil Cullen, and it may turn out to be just as significant.
# Doz-Ilroy
Number crunch: Rory needs a big two months to hold on to Number 1 spot
McIlroy was a summer-time bloomer in 2010 and 2011 and only a similar vein of form will stave off Luke Donald