Mark Cannizzaro

Mark Cannizzaro

About the Columnist

Mark Cannizzaro has been with the New York Post since 1993, having first served as the Jets beat writer from 1993 to 2010 before moving over to write columns on the Jets, Giants, NFL, NCAA basketball, soccer and numerous other sports. He has been The Post’s golf writer and columnist since 1993 and has covered more than 100 major championships. Mark graduated in 1983 from Ithaca College, where he played on the soccer and tennis teams. When he’s not working, chances are he can be found on a golf course or at a good restaurant with his wife, Carolyn. He can be found on Twitter (@MarkCanizzaro), Instagram (cannizzaromark) and Facebook (MarkCannizzaro).

The Archive

Rory McIlroy only prolonged US Open aftermath with no-show act

Walking away from the most devastating loss of Rory McIlroy's career in a major championship without addressing what went wrong and/or his feelings (which were rather obvious) threatened to allow...

Rory McIlroy’s horrific US Open collapse will take a long time to get over

Rory McIlroy had waited 10 years for this.

Neal Shipley leaves US Open with another low-amateur honor as pro career nears

In what was a tournament within the tournament, Neal Shipley captured the low-amateur prize, holding off Luke Clanton by two shots.

No. 1-ranked golfer willing to alter preparation plans after disappointing US Open

As it turns out, even the No. 1 ranked player in the world can still learn a few things.

Bryson DeChambeau wins US Open thriller as Rory McIlroy's heartbreaking drought continues

This was everything you want out of every major championship.

Mercurial golf star keeping cool under US Open heat

There was a moment in Friday’s U.S. Open second round when you expected Mount Hatton to erupt on Pinehurst No. 2.

Bryson DeChambeau storms into lead heading into final round of US Open

Bryson DeChambeau is marching around the hallowed grounds of Pinehurst No. 2 like Paul Bunyan.

Two-time major champ rebounds with strong third round at US Open

Collin Morikawa showed the leaders it can be done.?

Scottie Scheffler's 'mediocre' US Open doesn't improve after rough third round

Maybe Scottie Scheffler was simply due to run into one of these weeks.

Budding star making it 'look pretty easy' after taking US Open lead

Tony Finau has had his first up-close look at Ludvig Aberg this week, grouped with him for the first two rounds of the 124th U.S. Open.

Tiger Woods misses US Open cut after latest bogey-filled round

Tiger Woods was close, but by the time he finished his second round of the U.S. Open, the 48-year-old fell short of another cut.

Golfer's whirlwind of US Open emotions included hole-in-one, triple bogey

Sepp Straka's journey on Friday began with a few polite reminders of "fore" but culminated in a crescendo of ecstasy that also featured a career highlight.

Scottie Scheffler finally looked human after barely making US Open cut

Scheffler followed his 1-over-par 71 in Thursday’s first round with a 4-over-par 74 in the second round to stand at 5-over par through 36 holes.

US Open backup likely for final three rounds as Tiger Woods predicted

Let the backup at the U.S. Open begin.

Two Europeans, one a rising star and the other a major champ, off to quick start at US Open

One is a 24-year-old rising star with limitless potential. The other is a 44-year-old fading star whose high-level accomplishments are behind him.

Rory McIlroy, fresh off divorce about-face, tied for US Open lead

Rory McIlroy's eventful week off the course came with an impressive Thursday on it.

How Tiger Woods bungled chance at strong US Open start

Tiger Woods looked the part on Thursday in his U.S. Open first round at Pinehurst No. 2, but he blew an opportunity at a low opening round.

US Open champ in 2014 looks to regain magic after lost decade

As Martin Kaymer arrived to Pinehurst this week for the 124th U.S. Open, he found himself in a state of disbelief.

Former US Open champion earns way into tourney through qualifying

This is a special week for Webb Simpson, the 2012 U.S. Open winner who had to earn his way into the field through sectional qualifying.

Questions surround two of Scottie Scheffler's top rivals as US Open looms

Schauffele won his first major at the PGA Championship at Valhalla Golf Club in May. McIlroy’s last major championship victory, the fourth of his career, ironically took place in 2014...

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