107th U.S. Open Coverage

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107th U.S. Open Coverage

June 25, 2007

Killer Angel

Argentine Angel Cabrera solves menacing Oakmont and powers past Tiger Woods and Jim Furyk for an unlikely victory in the U.S. Open

Señor Smoke

Angel Cabrera, a cigarette-puffing ex-looper from Cordoba, Argentina, surprises the golf community (not to mention himself) at Oakmont

Pained Phil

His sore wrist no match for big, burly Oakmont, Phil Mickelson's mightiest swings were his parting shots against the USGA

Small Wonder

Long par 3s and mammoth par 5s got the attention, but it was the short par-4 17th that decided the championship

Cabrera Win No Foreign Concept

To recapture U.S. Open, America needs the basics

In the End, the USGA Had Its Way

The USGA protects par with a vengeance—and did so again last week at Oakmont

Thoughts on Oakmont

The 107th U.S. Open tested the mettle of the world's best golfers--and forged lasting (sometimes painful) memories

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