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  • Chambers Bay will present British Open-style challenges to U.S. Open field

    Chambers Bay will present British Open-style challenges to U.S. Open field
    Each spring at the Masters we get a Tradition Unlike Any Other. Next week we get a U.S. Open unlike any we've ever seen. Envision a U.S. Open that is far more like a British Open, played on a course with a pot bunker in the middle of the 18th fairway,...
  • Jordan Spieth, Rory McIlroy favorites to win U.S. Open at Chambers Bay

    Jordan Spieth, Rory McIlroy favorites to win U.S. Open at Chambers Bay
    Rory McIlroy and Jordan Spieth are the top ranked golfers in the world and as such are the odds-on favorites to win the 115th U.S. Open at Chambers Bay later this week. Oddsmaker Bovada is giving McIlroy (No. 1 in the world) 7-1 odds to win the U.S....
  • What they're saying about Jordan Spieth ahead of the U.S. Open

    What they're saying about Jordan Spieth ahead of the U.S. Open
    "I have a chance to make history," Masters champ Jordan Spieth said Monday at Chambers Bay, site of this year's U.S. Open. That would be the modern Grand Slam, which no golfer has won. What are his chances to win the U.S. Open? According to to the...
  • Despite struggles, Tiger Woods confident he can contend in U.S. Open

    Despite struggles, Tiger Woods confident he can contend in U.S. Open
    UNIVERSITY PLACE, Wash. — To the left of Tiger Woods stood the future: 15-year-old Cole Hammer, whose first U.S. Open memory was Woods' fist pump after sinking that epic putt on No. 18 at Torrey Pines in 2008. To the right of Woods on the practice...
  • Why Tiger Woods could contend in U.S. Open at Chambers Bay

     Why Tiger Woods could contend in U.S. Open at Chambers Bay
    To the left of Tiger Woods stood the future: 15-year-old Cole Hammer, whose first U.S. Open memory was Woods' fist pump after that epic putt on No. 18 at Torrey Pines in 2008. To the right of Woods on the practice range Tuesday stood his past:...
  • 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:...
  • Johnny Miller: 'Dream come true' to broadcast British Open

    Johnny Miller can't wait to get back in the broadcast booth for a major championship where he won with a great closing round. Only he will be at Royal Birkdale, not Oakmont. Miller said Monday he was thrilled the R&A selected NBC Sports Group as its U....
  • Design company connects viewers, news via new WOFL studio

    Design company connects viewers, news via new WOFL studio
    A walk into the 3,500-square-foot WOFL-Channel 35 news studio in Lake Mary shows how technology has changed the television-news industry. Thirty-five 55-inch monitors form a large wall that anchors use to report the day's news. On the far left of...
  • British Open to move to NBC starting in 2017

    The British Open will move to NBC Sports Group for U.S. television coverage starting in 2017. The network announced the 12-year deal with the R&A on Monday. The R&A is wrapping up an eight-year contract with ESPN. The new agreement returns the...
  • A look back at the consolidation wave sweeping TV providers

    Cable and satellite TV providers are joining together to get more heft as the Internet shakes up the television industry. They're facing increased competition from online video, shedding traditional TV subscribers, and having to pay more for channels...
  • Marla Ridenour: Popular 'Big Three' rule PGA Tour, but Jordan Spieth ready to be its face

    DUBLIN, Ohio In a span of about 15 minutes, the PGA Tour's changing of the guard intersected Thursday at Muirfield Village Golf Club. First came Tiger Woods, stepping in front of the television cameras above the ninth green and trying to explain how...