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  • World No. 1 Rory McIlroy leaves Bay Hill with work to do before next month's Masters

    World No. 1 Rory McIlroy leaves Bay Hill with work to do before next month's Masters
    Rory McIlroy's final hole during his final tune-up for the Masters was flawless. But a closing birdie did not balance out a weekend that was hit or miss at Bay Hill. The world's No. 1 player said he prefers it this way. If McIlroy's week ended in...
  • Every heads back to the Masters with a better game

    The putt was from 18 feet on the final hole at Bay Hill, with the tournament riding on the outcome. The ball caught the left edge of the cup and disappeared, the gallery erupted with cheers and the winner gave an abbreviated fist pump filled with raw...
  • David Whitley: Matt Every's Bay Hill win is even sweeter second time around

    David Whitley: Matt Every's Bay Hill win is even sweeter second time around
    Sequels are rarely as good as the original, as anyone who endured "Star Wars" efforts the past 15 years can attest. But audiences were raving Sunday at the premiere of "Matt Every's Excellent Adventure II." The only possible complaint was the editing....
  • Fred Couples sells Brentwood home off-market for about $6 million

    Fred Couples sells Brentwood home off-market for about $6 million
    Professional golfer Fred Couples has sold his home in Brentwood in an off-market deal for slightly more than $6 million. The gated residence, built in Spanish Colonial Revival style in 2003, is distinguished by arched doorways, hardwood and limestone...
  • Stenson takes at Bay Hill with a late surge

    Henrik Stenson has shown a remarkable finishing kick at Bay Hill. Seven shots out of the lead in the second round, Stenson closed with four straight birdies for a 66 to stay close. On Saturday, he was two shots behind when he again played the final...
  • Matt Every wins Bay Hill for 2nd straight year

    Matt Every had a tongue-in-cheek response when he heard Tiger Woods was not ready to play the Arnold Palmer Invitational this year. He said he told Woods, "Don't worry, man, I'll hold it down for you until you get back." He did that and more. Every...
  • Morgan Hoffmann takes 3-shot lead with 9 birdies at Bay Hill

    Equipped with his first PGA Tour lead in 67 starts, Morgan Hoffmann played Friday like he wanted to keep it in the Arnold Palmer Invitational. Hoffman made birdies on half of his holes for a 7-under 65, giving him a three-shot lead over Henrik Stenson,...
  • Spring is breaking out for travelers north to south

     Spring is breaking out for travelers north to south
    The sounds of spring fill the air at long last, from bluegrass in Juneau to hula in Hilo. And if nature cooperates, vibrant bursts of color are sure to lure travelers to parks and plantations from north to south. April 1-30: Skagit Valley Tulip...
  • Arnie's tourney a new wrinkle for McIlroy going to Masters

    Rory McIlroy is adding a new wrinkle to his preparations for the Masters. McIlroy makes his debut in the Arnold Palmer Invitational on Thursday, his final tournament before he tries to complete the career Grand Slam and win a third straight major at...
  • McIlroy is happy just to finally be at Arnold Palmer Invitational

    McIlroy is happy just to finally be at Arnold Palmer Invitational
    You don't want to rile the King. When Rory McIlroy decided not to play the Arnold Palmer Invitational two years ago, the tournament host sent a warning that if McIlroy didn't show up, "I'm going to break his arm." Arnold Palmer was kidding, of course....
  • No surprises at Paribas Open as top players roll over opponents

    No surprises at Paribas Open as top players roll over opponents
    There is often a Groundhog Day feel to the early rounds of a major tennis tournament, and there is no question that this BNP Paribas Open at Indian Wells is major in all ways other than an official designation from the sport. Sunday, there were three...