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  • Five reasons you shouldn't snooze on the Ryder Cup

    Five reasons you shouldn't snooze on the Ryder Cup
    The Ryder Cup starts at 2:30 a.m. today in Scotland, meaning you've probably slept through the opening four-ball matches. Chances are you're happy to sleep through the entire thing. That's understandable since this Ryder Cup has two big things going...
  • Europe roars back to take Ryder Cup lead

    Europe roars back to take Ryder Cup lead
    GLENEAGLES, Scotland -- Europe produced a stirring comeback to win three and halve one of their Ryder Cup foursomes matches against the United States and take a 5-3 lead after a typically tense, fluctuating and hugely entertaining first day on Friday....
  • Ryder Cup: Europe roars back to lead on gripping opening day

    GLENEAGLES, Scotland, - The Ryder Cup delivered high drama yet again as Europe produced a stirring fightback to win three of the foursomes matches against the United States and take a 5-3 lead after a tense and hugely entertaining first day on Friday....
  • U.S. seeks redemption in Ryder Cup

    No one should worry about Billy Horschel getting pumped up for the Ryder Cup. He has a plan. The hottest golfer in the world right now, Horschel knows the U.S. team needs something special to upset the favored Europeans over three days of cutthroat...
  • Golf: American rookies Reed and Spieth ready to take down Poulter

    Golf: American rookies Reed and Spieth ready to take down Poulter
    American Ryder Cup rookies Patrick Reed and Jordan Spieth expressed supreme confidence of earning a point for their team after being paired for a morning fourball on the opening day. Captain Tom Watson gave his two youngest players a massive vote of...
  • Lou Holtz on golf, life and the U.S. Mid-Amateur at Saucon Valley

    Lou Holtz on golf, life and the U.S. Mid-Amateur at Saucon Valley
    Lou Holtz started playing golf because it was a way for football coaches to glad-hand potential donors. He eventually became good enough at the game to lie about how good he really is. Still, the best advice the former Notre Dame football coach received...
  • Ben Martin takes Zurich Classic lead with course-record 62

    AVONDALE, La. -- Ben Martin treated a tiny gallery to a course-record round, shooting a 10-under-par 62 on Thursday in the first round of the Zurich Classic. Martin's 10th birdie was his most spectacular shot in a round full of them as he chipped in...
  • McIlroy in control at British Open; Woods survives

    McIlroy in control at British Open; Woods survives
    This time there was no freaky Friday for Rory McIlroy as a majestic second round gave him a four-shot stranglehold on the British Open at a sweltering Royal Liverpool course. Several second round blow-outs this season, the most recent at the Scottish...
  • Masters is set to begin with a long, or short, list of contenders

    Masters is set to begin with a long, or short, list of contenders
    AUGUSTA, Ga. — The echoes amid the pines at Augusta National provided evidence Wednesday that the excitement of the 78th Masters was kicking up. The annual par-three tournament produced its usual crowd-pleasing theatrics — from the aces...
  • Ian Poulter calls Hideki Matsuyama 'idiot' for damaging Doral green

    Ian Poulter calls Hideki Matsuyama 'idiot' for damaging Doral green
    We have an international incident at the Cadillac Championship after Ian Poulter of England blasted playing partner Hideki Matsuyama of Japan on Twitter as an "idiot" for damaging the 13th green at Doral, Fla., with his putter after missing a par putt...
  • Defending champ Phil Mickelson eager to uncork new British Open effort

    British Open week began here Monday with casual practice rounds and casual chatter. As is only fair, last year's champion, Phil Mickelson, got to chatter the most. He said he was not discouraged about playing poorly ever since he won that title at...