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  • Tiger Woods needs to work on his game

    Tiger Woods needs to work on his game
    The sore back was bad enough. Now it seems a different sort of pain — wayward drives and shaky chip shots — has gotten the best of Tiger Woods. The former No. 1 player announced Wednesday that he will take an indefinite, though potentially...
  • For Erik Compton, there's more than golf at the heart of the matter

    For Erik Compton, there's more than golf at the heart of the matter
    Erik Compton is likely the only pro golfer who arranges his touring schedule around hospital visits. Don't misunderstand. He did not enter the Northern Trust Open at Riviera Country Club this week just because of its proximity to a world-class medical...
  • Bubba Watson brings his game, name to Riviera

    Bubba Watson brings his game, name to Riviera
    There has been a lot talk about golf's future as the sport fades into life after Tiger and Phil. Epitaphs have already been posted as the world reflects on a lopsided rivalry that produced 19 major championships. The future, in fact, may look a lot...
  • A hole-by-hole look at the course at Riviera Country Club

    A hole-by-hole look at the course at Riviera Country Club
    2015 Northern Trust Open Here's a look at the 18 holes of Riviera Country Club in Pacific Palisades, and the players' average score per hole at last year's tournament. Riviera has hosted PGA Tour stops since 1926. Riviera is a tough layout; par is 71...
  • Bill Haas might have to leave Northern Trust Open in a hurry — for baby

    Bill Haas might have to leave Northern Trust Open in a hurry — for baby
    The best chance to beat Bill Haas at the Northern Trust Open this week may be to get him away from the course. The 2012 tournament champion will be one of the favorites at Riviera Country Club this week unless his cellphone beeps between now and Sunday....
  • Young Kokkinakis impresses Karlovic but falls to No. 4 seed

    Young Kokkinakis impresses Karlovic but falls to No. 4 seed
    Don't look now, but a couple of Greek Aussies are coming. They'll probably never reach the heights of Australian legends such as Rod Laver, Ken Rosewall, Tony Roche, John Newcombe, Pat Rafter or Lleyton Hewitt, but teenage sensations' Nick Kyrgios and...
  • Humility, attention to detail marked Dean Smith's career, life

     Humility, attention to detail marked Dean Smith's career, life
    As the final seconds of his milestone victory melted away, the capacity crowd rose and chanted his name. Dean Smith was about to become major college basketball's all-time winningest coach, and his North Carolina Tar Heels, leading Colorado by 17 points,...
  • Compton balances blessing of life with wanting to win

    No one noticed Erik Compton sitting in the back of the room as he listened to the kind of stories he one day would like to tell. They were more about golf than life. Compton is more of an expert on the latter at the moment, though he's at the top of the...
  • Northern Trust Open Notes: Come early, stay late

    Northern Trust Open Notes: Come early, stay late
    Thursday's opening-round groupings for the Northern Trust Open provide something for early risers and late sleepers. You can sleep in and still get bang for your buck, off the first tee, around noon. A quality double-punch starts with the scheduled...
  • PGA Tour advance man adds difficulty and drama to Riviera course

    PGA Tour advance man adds difficulty and drama to Riviera course
    Three hundred yards down the fairway, Steve Rintoul stops his golf cart and hops out for a closer look. Faint lines show in the grass where mowers have recently passed through. Rintoul kneels to run his hand over the short, bristling surface. "Pure...
  • Snedeker gets a breakthrough in a familiar place

    The fog began to roll in off the coast of Pebble Beach, though it didn't matter. Brandt Snedeker had the AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am in hand, and he had a clear view of where he was going. There is no better wait than on the 18th tee at Pebble...