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  • Sports TV and radio: Thursday's 10/9 log (updated Wednesday PM)

    4 a.m.    Tennis: Men’s Shanghai Masters.--Tennis Ch. 6:30 a.m.    Golf: Portugal Masters first round (in Vilamoura).--Golf 10 a.m.    Golf: Portugal Masters first round (in Vilamoura).--Golf 10:30 a.m.    Basketball: Feb. 1998: Menchville boys vs....
  • Rafael Nadal aims to play through appendicitis

    Rafael Nadal aims to play through appendicitis
    Rafael Nadal is counting on antibiotics to control his appendicitis so he can get through the Shanghai Masters this week. The second-ranked Nadal began feeling pain in his abdomen late Saturday, and the next day went to the hospital where he learned...
  • Golf opens clubhouse doors to women

    Golf opens clubhouse doors to women
    A historic vote just took place in Scotland, but not the one you're thinking of. With the referendum for Scottish independence underway, the Royal and Ancient Golf Club of St. Andrews has voted to admit female members for the first time in its 260-...
  • Gallagher advances to Sweet 16 of U.S. Senior Amateur Golf Championship before losing | Community notebook

    Jim Gallagher’s best showing in a USGA national event came to an end Tuesday afternoon. The Yorktown resident lost his round of 16 match in the U.S. Senior Amateur Championship at the Big Canyon Country Club in Newport Beach, Calif.   Gallagher,...
  • Billy Horschel takes three-shot lead at BMW Championship with a 63

    Billy Horschel needed less than a week to give himself a second chance. If he keeps playing this well, his next shot at closing out a tournament won't be nearly as stressful as the last one. Horschel made a 32-foot birdie putt Saturday to wrap up his...
  • Billy Horschel recovers from slow start to win BMW Championship

    Billy Horschel recovers from slow start to win BMW Championship
    Billy Horschel gave up the lead, then took it back, and ended up with a two-shot victory over Bubba Watson at the BMW Championship in Cherry Hills Village, Colo. Horschel shot one-under-par 69 on Sunday to finish at 14-under 266. He'll head into next...
  • A look at our successful Keystone State Games baseball teams

     
    In case you missed it in my Boys of Summer column in Sunday's print edition of The Morning Call, here's a look at our Lehigh Valley entries in the Keystone State Games that fared quite well recently in the Harrisburg area with the scholastic team...
  • Henrik Stenson's quick wit puts some swing in his British Open outing

    There is a major championship golf trophy with a spot on it just awaiting the name Henrik Stenson. Maybe it will be the one they engrave here Sunday at the end of the 143rd British Open at Royal Liverpool. Statistical evidence speaks to that. So does...
  • Masters field gets final practice day after Aussie 'bugs' for dinner

    Masters field gets final practice day after Aussie 'bugs' for dinner
    The Masters got back to business Wednesday -- the final chance for practice rounds -- with at least some of the field fortified by a meal of "bugs" the night before. Luke Donald and Keegan Bradley were the first players off the tee in the morning....
  • Phil Mickelson pulling for rain at U.S. Open

    PINEHURST, N.C. — Every Phil Mickelson pre-major news conference has a “Say what?!” moment. Before the Masters, Mickelson declared that he almost never has shots of 90-130 yards, so why bother carrying a sand or gap wedge? It was...
  • The back nine: Mickelson's quest, Pinehurst's tricks, Simpson's homecoming

    PINEHURST, N.C.  -- The 114th U.S. Open begins Thursday morning at Pinehurst No. 2 in the sand hills of North Carolina. A 156-player field will attack a par-70 course that has so many unique challenges throughout. As a primer for the start of the...