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  • Without Tiger, this is a Masters unlike any other

    AUGUSTA, Ga. He didn't want to take a divot. The grounds were too pristine. The fairways felt like history. The whole course seemed to be in high definition. When Rory McIlroy pulled down Magnolia Lane for the first time in 2009, a 19-year-old in his...
  • Masters thumbs up for Australian Day after injury layoff

    AUGUSTA, Georgia (Reuters) - Jason Day heads into this weeks Masters having not played competitive golf since late February due to a thumb injury but he is relieved to be back to full fitness as he seeks his first major title. The Australian world number...
  • Senate advances amped-up film incentives bill

    Senate advances amped-up film incentives bill
    TALLAHASSEE – Losing its luster as a location for filming, Florida is poised to green-light a substantially higher investment in the film and entertainment industry. The Senate Commerce and Tourism Committee on Monday passed a proposal to double...
  • Masters weather suspension may be a good thing, says Furyk

    AUGUSTA, Georgia, April 7 - Only two hours of Masters practice was possible on Monday before play was called off due to the threat of lightning, but Jim Furyk saw that as a potential advantage in what was always going to be a long week. With light rain...
  • 'Big Three' get 78th Masters under way in bright sunshine

    AUGUSTA, Georgia (Reuters) - In front of a huge crowd, the 'Big Three' of Arnold Palmer, Jack Nicklaus and Gary Player launched the 78th Masters on Thursday while Adam Scott prepared to begin his title defence later in the day. On a glorious morning of...
  • Should the PGA Tour try to speed things up? [Poll]

    Should the PGA Tour try to speed things up? [Poll]
    In a sport that isn't lightning fast to begin with, Kevin Na has earned a reputation as one of the slowest players on the PGA Tour. His glacial pace at the Valspar Championship over the weekend has revived calls for golf to institute a basketball-like...
  • Matt Every wins Arnold Palmer Invitational for first PGA Tour victory

    Matt Every wins Arnold Palmer Invitational for first PGA Tour victory
    ORLANDO, Fla. — Matt Every's comeback was now as complete as Adam Scott's collapse. Winning the Arnold Palmer Invitational on Sunday after being down as many as nine shots to Scott during the tournament was only part of his rally. Every had been...
  • Sports Notebook: Trevor Bell turning in spectacular spring

    Sports Notebook: Trevor Bell turning in spectacular spring
    The following are odds and ends from the local sports scene. BELL SHOWING OLD FORM IN SPRING Doing his best to make some noise as a non-roster invitee for the Cincinnati Reds, Trevor Bell has been outstanding out of the bullpen thus far this spring. On...
  • Tom Watson is playing at Newport Beach, but thinking of Ryder Cup

    Tom Watson is playing at Newport Beach, but thinking of Ryder Cup
    Just after telling reporters that Patrick Reed already has "street cred," Tom Watson showed his with his message to the U.S. Ryder Cup team that he will captain. "We have something to prove," Watson said about the U.S. team's recent losses in the...
  • Circle Christian grad Michael Hebert making PGA debut

    Circle Christian grad Michael Hebert making PGA debut
    Michael Hebert, a 2009 graduate of Circle Christian, is making his debut on the PGA Tour Thursday morning at the Valspar Championship at Palm Harbor’s Innisbrook Country Club’s Copperhead course. Hebert, who also played at Auburn before...
  • Lawmaker's NBA tweet not so sweet

    Lawmaker's NBA tweet not so sweet
    Like too much alcohol or anesthesia, Twitter tends to make you do the dumbest things. Sports is a social-media shooting gallery, appealing to thoughtless lounge-act rants and hair-trigger emotions. If only there was some sort of sophisticated software...