1. Bill Murray Faces Legal Threat From Doobie Brothers Business, Today

    A lawyer for the band demands that the actor pay for using the song “Listen to the Music” in an ad for his William Murray golf wear.

  2. Bryson DeChambeau Wins U.S. Open His Way: In Commanding Fashion Sports, September 20

    DeChambeau, who bulked up and went all in to prove a power game could flout golf’s norms, shot the only under-par round on Sunday to win the 2020 U.S. Open.

  3. This Year’s U.S. Open Spotlights Ben Hogan’s Claim to a Fifth Sports, September 20

    Hogan won the 1942 Hale America Open, which included qualifying rounds during World War II. He always believed it should have counted as his fifth U.S. Open victory.

  4. Matthew Wolff Leads Bryson DeChambeau at U.S. Open as Power Paves the Way Sports, September 19

    A fast start and some steady nerves gave Wolff a two-shot lead entering the final round of only his second major championship.

  5. Bryson DeChambeau’s No-Fear Strategy at the U.S. Open Is Working Sports, September 18

    DeChambeau’s aggressive game plan at the tricky Winged Foot course has him near the top of the leaderboard: “I want to play it as hard as possible,” he said. Tiger Woods did not make the cut.

  6. Who Is Davis Thompson? A Young Amateur on a Hot Streak at Golf’s U.S. Open Sports, September 18

    If it’s U.S. Open time, there is a surprise contender getting a lot of attention. History shows it may not last.

  7. Patrick Reed and Jordan Spieth Get Back to Amiable Old Ways Sports, September 17

    The duo had been a formidable team in international competitions but split in 2018. On Thursday, Reed made a run at the U.S. Open lead while supporting Spieth’s topsy-turvy round.

  8. U.S. Open: New-Era Golfers Prepare to Be Humbled at Winged Foot Sports, September 17

    The 97-year-old course will test long-driving players with its deep, untrampled rough and multitiered greens. “It’s the hardest golf course I’ve ever played,” world No. 3 golfer Justin Thomas said.

  9. Tiger Woods Would Like to Remind You That He Dominated the U.S. Open 20 Years Ago Sports, September 15

    On the 20th anniversary of his first U.S. Open win — by the largest margin in history — Woods looked back at his memorable finishes and playing Winged Foot in 2006 after losing his father, Earl.

  10. Under Current Rules, Golf’s Most Memorable U.S. Open Playoffs Wouldn’t Have Happened Sports, September 15

    The U.S.G.A. in 2018 quietly changed the Open’s playoff format from a full round to a two-hole aggregate score. Under it, Bobby Jones, Ben Hogan and others would have lost their dramatic finales.

  11. Pinehurst Awarded Four More U.S. Opens Sports, September 9

    The North Carolina resort and cradle of American golf is the first venue designated as a recurring site for the tournament and other U.S. Golf Association championships.

  12. How Golf Won a Bet the Coronavirus Would Not Squelch Its U.S. Open Sports, September 9

    It took talks among golf’s governing bodies, state and local officials and even the N.F.L. to keep the tournament in New York’s Westchester County, one of the country’s earliest coronavirus hot spots.

  13. Dustin Johnson Completes Long Climb to Win FedEx Cup Sports, September 7

    Johnson was a long shot when the season resumed in June but took the playoff’s $15 million prize after winning the Tour Championship, the pinnacle of his mighty summer run.

  14. Jon Rahm Sinks a Big Putt to Win Playoff at the BMW Championship Sports, August 30

    Dustin Johnson, the third-round leader, forced the playoff with Rahm, who shut the door by sinking a putt of over 65 feet for a birdie 3 on the first extra hole.

  15. Rory McIlroy and Patrick Cantlay Tough It Out, Sharing BMW Lead Sports, August 28

    The two were the only golfers to finish below par after 36 holes. Tiger Woods was far back in the field as he struggled to keep his PGA Tour season alive.

  16. Champ Makes Statement on Racial Justice as BMW Championship Begins Sports, August 28

    Cameron Champ expressed support for the Black Lives Matter movement Thursday as PGA Tour decided to play on in the wake of walkouts in other sports.

  17. Sports Have Been on Pause. It’s Time for a Reboot. Interactive, July 21

    The sports world has just had the ultimate timeout, a once-in-a-lifetime chance to reconsider its product before the games resume. How should each sport rethink itself moving forward?

  18. When Will the Major Sports Leagues Return? Interactive, May 28

    The N.B.A., N.F.L. and Major League Baseball are all making plans to return soon. Here’s a look at where each sport is in the process.

  19. Inequality Has Been Laid Bare by the Outbreak. Now What? Interactive, May 20

    We're seeing how what we have compares with what others have, and the differences can matter a lot.

  20. Is It Safer to Visit a Coffee Shop or a Gym? Interactive, May 6

    Some businesses, like some people, are “super-spreaders.”