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  • Silvers shoots 62 at Web.com Q School

    Silvers shoots 62 at Web.com Q School
    Mark Silvers knows that in a six-day event like the Web.com Tour Qualifying Tournament, patience is essential. It also helps to have a good caddie. Both his patience and his caddie delivered in a big way Sunday, as Silvers shot a 10-under-par 62 on...
  • Sideline Chatter: Would he have been any happier with an eagle?

    Shoot a birdie? Sam Eaves probably wanted to. The Aussie golfer got victimized by a pilfering crow during this year's Australian PGA Championship when the blackbird snatched his tee shot from the fairway and flew off with it into a nearby tree. Eaves...
  • Thompson hopes for big celebration

    Thompson hopes for big celebration
    Curtis Thompson turned 22 on Saturday, but the best birthday celebration will come on Tuesday afternoon. That's when the Coral Springs resident will find out how much professional golf he'll be playing next year on the Web.com Tour. If his current...
  • Chalmers wins Australian PGA after seven-hole playoff

    Greg Chalmers won the Australian PGA Championship on Sunday after a dramatic three-way playoff with Adam Scott and Wade Ormsby. Chalmers clinched the title for the second time in his career when he safely parred the seventh extra hole and Scott three-...
  • Westwood beats Kaymer and Fraser to Thailand title

    England's Lee Westwood won the Asian Tour's $1 million Thailand Golf Championship by one shot on Sunday after U.S. Open champion Martin Kaymer and third-round leader Marcus Fraser both slipped up at the end. Westwood reeled off seven birdies in 10...
  • Scott misses out on home title after putter fails him

    Adam Scott knows better than most how fickle the golfing gods can be. They were on his side last year when he needed them most, in the playoff with Angel Cabrera at the U.S. Masters, golf's most pressure-packed tournament. Scott held his nerve that...
  • Storm downs famous tree at Pebble Beach

    The Sports Xchange Storm downs famous tree at Pebble Beach The powerful storm that swept the West Coast this week toppled one of two iconic cypress trees in the 18th fairway on the famed Pebble Beach Golf Links on the Central California coast. Winds...
  • PRESS BOX: Auburn introduces Muschamp as DC

    The Sports Xchange PRESS BOX: Auburn introduces Muschamp as DC In his introductory press conference Saturday, new Auburn defensive coordinator Will Muschamp said he had no other job offers. The former Florida coach was linked to several coaching jobs,...
  • Johnny Miller back at Father-Son after eight years, one shot back entering Sunday's final round

    Johnny Miller back at Father-Son after eight years, one shot back entering Sunday's final round
    Johnny Miller talks golf a lot more than he plays it. A casual 18 is not the idea of fun for a former U.S. Open winner. Neither is practicing and playing with a 67-year-old back. The rust and toll professional golf caused Miller to top three shots...
  • Hyde: Highsmith stands, delivers hard truth to UM fans

    Hyde: Highsmith stands, delivers hard truth to UM fans
    Sit down, Hurricane fans. Shut up. Listen good. Because Alonzo Highsmith is going to give you the goods on your athletic program. He's lived it forever. He has a first championship ring. He, "bleeds orange and green," he says, and is as disappointed...
  • Medina using own situation as example for young players in Bethlehem Catholic girls basketball program

    Medina using own situation as example for young players in Bethlehem Catholic girls basketball program
    After rallying from a 15-point deficit at one point during the first half, Bethlehem Catholic tied Scranton Prep with less than a minute left in its season opener Saturday. Turnovers, which caused problems for the Golden Hawks all day, eventually did...