RSS feeds allow Web site content to be gathered via feed reader software. Click the subscribe link to obtain the feed URL for this page. The feed will update when new content appears on this page.

Payne Stewart

A collection of news and information related to Payne Stewart published by this site and its partners.

Top Payne Stewart Articles

Displaying items 12-22
  • Northwestern alumnus Fran Quinn journeys up U.S. Open leaderboard

     Northwestern alumnus Fran Quinn journeys up U.S. Open leaderboard
    PINEHURST, N.C. — 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 a while. His golf odyssey continued Thursday at Pinehurst No. 2, and the Northwestern...
  • Fowler scores style points with fashion tribute to Stewart

    PINEHURST, N.C. -- Rickie Fowler was only 10 when Payne Stewart won the U.S. Open at Pinehurst No. 2 in 1999. Stewart died in a freak plane crash four months later and his championship has been given extra celebration at Pinehurst since. That’s...
  • 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....
  • 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...
  • 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'...
  • 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,...
  • Bruno Mars, Queen Elizabeth among 2014 Headwear Hall of Fame inductees

    Bruno Mars, Queen Elizabeth among 2014 Headwear Hall of Fame inductees
    Crooner Bruno Mars and monarch Queen Elizabeth II will be among the high-profile hat wearers inducted into the Headwear Hall of Fame in 2014. Other celebrity headgear aficionados to be inducted alongside them at an April 2014 gala in New York City are...
  • Duck Dynasty recap: “Going Si-ral”

     
    Another week, another Duck Dynasty recap of an episode with a Si pun in the title. Between that and the Si-cology book that's out now, are we running low on these? Yeah, I doubt it, too. We start at a junkyard, where Willie and Korie are walking with John...
  • Mayor of West, Texas: The face of a ravaged town

    Mayor of West, Texas: The face of a ravaged town
    WEST, Texas — The two-tone brown Ford F-150 careens into the downtown parking space and out jumps Tommy Muska, a mayor on the move. Wearing a baseball cap, green long-sleeved shirt and bluejeans, his face ruddy from a life under the central Texas...
  • Justin Rose wins U.S. Open for first major; Phil Mickelson is 2nd

    Justin Rose wins U.S. Open for first major; Phil Mickelson is 2nd
    Teeing off on the final hole at the U.S. Open, Justin Rose figured he needed par to seal a victory. The direction and trajectory of his shot looked good, but not until he walked up the fairway did Rose see that his ball had landed right beside a...