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  • Majors schedule to be a sprint on 2012 Champions Tour calendar

     
    All five Champions Tour majors will be condensed into a 10-week span next year, running from late May to the end of July with no more than two weeks between its showcase events. That's the byproduct of the 2012 Champions Tour schedule, which also loses...
  • Peter Senior didn’t have to twist son’s arm to take caddie job

     
    Like several Champions Tour pros, Australia’s Peter Senior employs a family member as his caddie. Son Mitchell, 17, is starting his second year on the job, after helping his dad to some $1.4 million in earnings last season. “There’s...
  • After fusion surgery, Fred Funk is thumbs-up for Allianz comeback

     
    Golfers can be pretty fastidious about maintaining the proper grip. Even Fred Funk would have to admit, though, that this was a bit extreme. Flat on his back on an operating table, arms extended, hands wrapped around a club. “Is this where you...
  • Broken Sound, Allianz Championship show what it takes to be green

     
    BOCA RATON Success in golf tournaments center on the greens, and golf courses depend on maintaining a lush, green landscape. To do so stresses the enviroment. So the sport hasn’t been able to claim to be all that green in the that regard. Broken...
  • Body by Jake: Healthy Peter Jacobsen makes noise at Allianz

     
    Peter Jacobsen keeps his goals modest these days. And he’s had the same one for the past three years. “I’m just hoping this will be my first year as a Champions Tour player without having to go under the knife,” he quipped...
  • The Hartford Said To Seek Bids From Travelers On Property-Casualty Unit

    The Hartford was reported Thursday to be seeking bids for its property-casualty insurance operations from The Travelers Cos. and other companies, and exploring the sale of its group life and disability business. The report Thursday by Bloomberg News,...
  • Golf roundup: Stanford schools Wie

    Angela Stanford spoiled Michelle Wie's bid for a victory in her first start as an LPGA Tour member, overcoming a three-stroke deficit to win the season-opening SBS Open by three shots Saturday in Kahuku, Hawaii. Stanford closed with a 2-under 70 for a...
  • Lehman on board

    Lehman on board
    Tom Lehman, the current money-list leader on the Champions Tour, is one of five golfing greats who have committed to this year's Toshiba Classic at Newport Beach Country Club. Hale Irwin, the Champions Tour winningest player and the Classic's only two-...
  • Cook wants Toshiba Classic win

    John Cook has earned success on the Champions Tour, and even recently raised some eyebrows on the PGA Tour. But there’s one win he’d really like to have and that’s at Newport Beach Country Club. The part-time Corona del Mar resident...
  • Cook hungry for victory

     Cook hungry for victory
    John Cook has earned success on the Champions Tour, and even recently raised some eyebrows on the PGA Tour. But there's one win he'd really like to have and that's at Newport Beach Country Club. The part-time Corona del Mar resident said it would be...
  • Mets fortunate to have a nice, easy name like Citi Field

     
    The New York Times broke the news last month that the German insurance and financial services giant Allianz is on the short list for buying the naming rights to the new Jets/Giants stadium. That was mildly interesting. Then the paper......