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  • Englishman Willett secures Masters berth via world ranking

    Englishman Danny Willett will be a big winner in the final world rankings of the year, to be issued next week, by narrowly punching his ticket to the 2015 Masters. Willett is among a dozen players not previously exempt for the season's opening major...
  • Rehabilitated Woods heading toward his second billion

    His goal of 18 majors is in serious doubt, but five years after his precipitous fall from grace, a rehabilitated Tiger Woods is entering the next phase of his career heading toward making another billion. Five years after driving into a fire hydrant in...
  • Rehabilitated Woods heading towards his second billion

    His goal of 18 majors is in serious doubt, but five years after his precipitous fall from grace a rehabilitated Tiger Woods is entering the next phase of his career heading towards making another billion. Five years after driving into a fire hydrant in...
  • Ousted PGA president Ted Bishop talks about offensive comments

    Ousted PGA president Ted Bishop talks about offensive comments
    Not long after Ted Bishop posted his infamous comments on social media -- the ones that referred to Ian Poulter as a "Lil Girl" -- the ousted PGA of America president realized he had made a mistake. "I felt like throwing up," he said in an interview...
  • On The Fly: Disappointing Day For Trinity

    On The Fly: Disappointing Day For Trinity
    For more than 13 years, to borrow the slogan used by Trinity football players, there was "No poop in the coop." The Bantams won 53 games in a row at Jessee/Miller Field, last losing to Williams in September 2001. The longest home winning streak in the...
  • PGA president fired for 'insensitive' remarks

    PGA president fired for 'insensitive' remarks
    PGA of America president Ted Bishop was removed from office on Friday by his board of directors for "insensitive gender-based statements" posted on social media at the expense of English golfer Ian Poulter. Bishop on Thursday referred to Poulter as a...
  • PGA of America president ousted after calling Ian Poulter 'lil girl'

    PGA of America president ousted after calling Ian Poulter 'lil girl'
    The PGA of America board has removed Ted Bishop as president after he lashed out at Ian Poulter via social media for his critical comments of the Ryder Cup captaincy of Nick Faldo and Tom Watson, calling the British golfer a "lil girl." Poulter...
  • Europe's big names bring big games at Ryder Cup

    Europe's big names bring big games at Ryder Cup
    In the weeks before the 2014 Ryder Cup, much was made of the fact that four of the top six ranked players in the world were Europeans. As it turned out, all that star power made a difference. Rory McIlroy, Sergio Garcia, Henrik Stenson and Justin Rose...
  • Ryder Cup notes: One match, 21 birdies

    Ryder Cup notes: One match, 21 birdies
    The second day of the Ryder Cup started with a historic performance. In the first morning fourball match, Justin Rose and Henrik Stenson defeated Bubba Watson and Matt Kuchar, 3 and 2, with all four golfers setting records. The match featured a...
  • Ryder Cup notes: Tom Watson hears from critics early

    — Second-guessing ranks as a time-honored tradition at the Ryder Cup, and team captains face most of the scrutiny. On Friday, the start of competition at Gleneagles, U.S. captain Tom Watson opened himself up to criticism on two fronts. The...
  • Europeans surge ahead in Ryder Cup

    — Morning dawned clear and blue on the first day of the Ryder Cup and, for a few hours at least, the prospects for the U.S. team appeared equally sunny. But after the Americans dashed to an early lead, the skies darkened and the Europeans...