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  • David Feherty's career is not just garden-variety

    David Feherty's career is not just garden-variety
    TV star David Feherty isn't the most complicated man in the world, but he's in the conversation. He will turn 56 in two weeks, and the odds of that actually happening 10 years ago were not good. He was a pro golfer, yet another good linksman from...
  • John Deere Classic a big success in small market

     John Deere Classic a big success in small market
    Jordan Spieth was gassed. After playing four straight PGA Tour events and shooting a disheartening final-round 75 at the Memorial, Spieth flew from central Ohio to eastern Iowa, dodging thunderstorms along the way. Over breakfast the next day, the...
  • Fundraising begins for Joe Paterno bench in State College

    Fundraising begins for Joe Paterno bench in State College
    A fundraising campaign went live this week week to raise money for a bronze bench memorializing Joe Paterno in State College. The campaign, hosted by crowdfunding site Indiegogo, has raised more than $11,500 since opening June 30. The money raised...
  • 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...
  • Pinehurst plenty rough — even without rough

    Pinehurst plenty rough — even without rough
    What makes Pinehurst Pinehurst? Brandel Chamblee will tell you. The NBC/Golf Channel analyst played there in the 1999 U.S. Open. For the first three rounds, he hit excellent drives on the fifth hole, which that year played as a par 4. Even with an 8- or...
  • Phil Mickelson always keeps an Open mind

    Phil Mickelson always keeps an Open mind
    LA JOLLA — Time passes, Phil Mickelson heals and we forget. Mickelson wins a British Open and we have him again in our mind's eye as a 35-year-old, healthy and hearty, with lots of gas left in his golf tank. Actually, he will be 44 in June,...
  • Premier says Malaysia Airlines plane went down in Indian Ocean

    Premier says Malaysia Airlines plane went down in Indian Ocean
    KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia — The prime minister's announcement that Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 went down in the Indian Ocean with no survivors marked a major turn in the search for the missing jet but did little to explain why it went off course in...
  • Fran Quinn plays like he's been at U.S. Open before (he was, in '90s)

    Fran Quinn has won in Thailand, Saskatchewan, Panama and Idaho. He has missed cuts in odd locales too. Hey, he's 49 and he has been at this awhile. His golf odyssey continued Thursday at Pinehurst No. 2, and he took full advantage by shooting a two-...
  • After Martin Kaymer's 65, expect U.S. Open course to toughen up

     After Martin Kaymer's 65, expect U.S. Open course to toughen up
    All those red numbers atop the scoreboard after Thursday's first round do not bode well for golfers in this year's U.S. Open. Especially for poor Martin Kaymer, the German who won the 2010 PGA and who did the unthinkable here. He dismantled a U.S....
  • TV's Roger Maltbie talks a great game

    TV's Roger Maltbie talks a great game
    As good and as popular as he is as the lead course reporter for Golf Channel and NBC, Roger Maltbie never had the slightest inclination to do what he has done so well for the past 23 years. And given his introduction to golf tournament broadcasting, it'...
  • On 25th anniversary of U.S. Open repeat, Strange still waits for next member of an exclusive club

    On 25th anniversary of U.S. Open repeat, Strange still waits for next member of an exclusive club
    Since Curtis Strange repeated as U.S. Open champion 25 years ago, the first to do so since Ben Hogan in 1951, many of golf's elite have attempted to join their company. Tiger Woods, Hale Irwin, Ernie Els and Payne Stewart headline the 18-strong group,...