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  • Ken DeLeon: Silicon Valley's real estate rock star

    LOS ALTOS, Calif. Ken DeLeon parks his Rolls-Royce outside the Georgian-style mini-mansion that he anticipates selling for a whole lot more than its $5.49 million asking price. It's his latest listing. Inside, a tour for fellow real estate agents is in...
  • 'I just hope my dad's proud of me,' Jordan Spieth says after U.S. Open win

    'I just hope my dad's proud of me,' Jordan Spieth says after U.S. Open win
    Jordan Spieth turned to his father Shawn on Sunday night, holding the U.S. Open trophy and saying he owed the victory to him. "To win this tournament on Father's Day," Spieth said, "I just hope my dad's proud of me." Spieth made a birdie on the 72nd...
  • Chambers Bay's 18th hole is leaving a lasting impression at U.S. Open

    Chambers Bay's 18th hole is leaving a lasting impression at U.S. Open
    The 72nd hole at the U.S. Open will be hailed by some for its intriguing design. And shredded by others for its gross unfairness. If you're looking for middle ground, try another hole. Or another course. The 18th at Chambers Bay was designed to be a...
  • Schedule

    Tuesday: Farmington Bank Family Day, 9 a.m. – 4 p.m., TPC River Highlands Practice Facility. Features a variety of golf vendors, a clinic with a PGA Tour player. Drive, chip and putt local qualifying, 7 a.m. – 2 p.m., TPC River Highlands...
  • Travelers Fan Guide: Viewing Tips, Schedule And More

    Travelers Fan Guide: Viewing Tips, Schedule And More
    The Basics Purse: $6.4 million Winner's share: $1.152 million FedExCup points: 500 to the winner Defending champion: Kevin Streelman Recent champions: Ken Duke (2013), Marc Leishman (2012), Freddie Jacobson (2011), Bubba Watson (2010), Kenny...
  • USGA: 18th hole at final round of U.S. Open will be par-5

    USGA: 18th hole at final round of U.S. Open will be par-5
    The USGA called a mulligan and will play the 18th hole on Sunday as a par-5. The plan had been to alternate days, using Chambers’ Bay closing hole as a par-4 on Friday and Sunday, even though the hole -- and especially its green -- were designed...
  • The Latest: Spieth among leaders for final round of US Open

    The latest from the U.S. Open (all times local): 7:35 p.m. Everyone will be chasing four front-runners in the final round of the U.S. Open. Masters champion Jordan Spieth missed a 12-footer for birdie on the finishing hole Saturday, leaving him 4 under...
  • U.S. Open's closing hole sure to draw complaints during final round

    U.S. Open's closing hole sure to draw complaints during final round
    The 72nd hole at the U.S. Open will be hailed by some for its intriguing design. And shredded by others for its gross unfairness. If you're looking for middle ground, try another hole. Or another course. The 18th at Chambers Bay was designed to be a...
  • The latest on the US Open: Spieth among leaders for final round

    The latest on the US Open: Spieth among leaders for final round
    The latest on the U.S. Open (Pacific Time): 7:35 p.m. Everyone will be chasing four front-runners in the final round of the U.S. Open. Masters champion Jordan Spieth missed a 12-footer for birdie on the finishing hole Saturday, leaving him 4 under...
  • On The Fly: TPC River Highlands Will Provide Welcome Relief

    Some of the best professional golfers in the world are following the yellow brick road from the Pacific Northwest to lovely Cromwell for the Travelers Championship. And when they see the immaculate greens at TPC River Highlands it will be like Dorothy and...
  • Robert Diehl: Engineer always looked on bright side

    Robert Diehl: Engineer always looked on bright side
    Don't sweat it. Engineer Robert Diehl didn't, and he believed others shouldn't either. At the various broadcasting companies he worked for — stretching from KQEG in San Francisco to WCPX-Channel 6 in Orlando — he added to his mantra:...