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Walt Zable was a California treasure, an innovator whose business, philanthropy and volunteer work benefited legions for more than 60 years. But this self-made "man's man" never forgot the small Virginia college where he was a football All-American,...
In the old days, Tiger Woods might have won the AT&T National with ease. In the old days, Woods might not have needed his closest competitor to bogey the last three holes at Congressional Country Club. In the old days, Woods might not have stopped to...
Tags: Golf, Lee Westwood, Physical Conditions, PGA Tour, Sam Snead
· All three Team USA men's pole vaulters for the Olympics have South Dakota connections: current University of South Dakota coach and graduate Derek Miles; Jeremy Scott's sisters Terri and Diana ran track at USD; and Brad Walker was born in...
Tags: American Legion, Minnesota Lynx, Target Center , PGA Tour, Ben Hogan
Daily American Staff WriterColby Custer's golf career has come full circle. He started working at Indian Lake Golf Club as a teenager in 1995. Now, at 32, he is the head professional at the Palmer Course. "This is my second go around here," said Custer. "The first time, I...
Tags: Golf, U.S. Open (golf), College Sports, Sports
Power Plant Live, once a faceless collection of bars for tourists, continues its transformation into a legitimate nightlife option for any Baltimorean with Kettle Hill, the attractive new restaurant and bar co-owned by Desmond Reilly and Kristopher Carr....
— When Tiger Woods broke a 2 - 1/2 year drought without an official PGA Tour victory at the Arnold Palmer Invitational in March, it didn't come down to a crucial putt as in 2009. Woods, much like he did when he was the most dominant player on the...
The Hartford CourantCROMWELL — He passed on Letterman. He passed on Leno. He didn't pass on the Travelers Championship. Late on Tuesday afternoon, Webb Simpson appeared unobtrusively on the practice tee at TPC River Highands. But believe this much: Nobody stands...
The Hartford CourantCROMWELL — The first PGA Tour stop in Connecticut was 60 years ago with the Insurance City Open at Wethersfield Country Club. Now called the Travelers Championship, it has gone through some name and sponsor changes through the years. But for...
Tags: Golf, Travel, Sam Snead, Vince Gill, Pete Brown
The Baltimore SunThe reverberations from what Tiger Woodsdid Sunday on the outskirts of Columbus, Ohio are still being felt throughout the golf world, but there’s an even better comeback story coming to the Olympic Club in San Francisco next week. It’s the...
firstname.lastname@example.orgThe 59th edition of the Sunnehanna Amateur Tournament for Champions will tee off next week at Sunnehanna Country Club in Westmont. The Sunnehanna field is comprised of top-ranked juniors and collegiate players along with more seasoned mid-amateurs and...
My two sons are counting the minutes until July 20, when they will storm a movie theater to see The Dark Knight Rises. I have absolutely no interest in Christian Bale. To me, the real Batman is Adam West. My kids have a much different view of...
First-time major champions are the rule in golf these days. The last three U.S. Opens, British Opens and PGAs, and last two Masters have welcomed new members to the club. Curtis Strange suspects more of the same to transpire at this week'sU.S. Open,...
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