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  • Tiger Woods returns to save golf from the World Cup

    Tiger Woods returns to save golf from the World Cup
    “Golf is dead.” – Friedrich Nietzsche Forgive me for being pretentious enough to quote Nietzsche. Actually, I’m misquoting the German philosopher, who in 1882 went on a famous “God is Dead” tangent. The point is the...
  • Video games are a big part of film incentive outlook

    Video games are a big part of film incentive outlook
    Filming in Florida produces jobs and economic impact, but incentives for the industry have dried up recently. Sentinel writer and television critic Hal Boedecker has an overview in the paper today on the situation. Miami is the biggest film center in...
  • Gaming company Zynga signs lease in Maitland

    Gaming company Zynga signs lease in Maitland
    Zynga, the company behind such games as Farmville and Words With Friends, has signed a lease for office space in Maitland. Real estate development company Emerson International confirmed the lease for Zynga, of 5,203 square feet at 2600 Maitland...
  • UCF's Greg Eason named to All-Nicklaus golf team

    UCF's Greg Eason named to All-Nicklaus golf team
    For the second consecutive year, UCF men's golfer Greg Eason was named to the All-Nicklaus team by the Golf Coaches Association of America. The GCAA announced its 24 student-athletes from Division I, II, III, the NAIA and the NJCAA Monday, June 23....
  • Medinah's Course No. 1 up to high standards

    Medinah's Course No. 1 up to high standards
    Let's play word association, Chicago golf fans. Cog Hill? Western Open. Conway Farms? Luke Donald. Butler National? Men. Medinah? "Excellence," said Chris Collins, the Northwestern basketball coach and 7-handicap who played in the pro-am at last...
  • Jason Millard's U.S. Open heartbreak is alternate Sam Love's gain

     Jason Millard's U.S. Open heartbreak is alternate Sam Love's gain
    PINEHURST, N.C. — Sam Love received the phone call Saturday and was in disbelief. He was about to print plane tickets for a flight to Pittsburgh, where he would compete in the Sunnehanna Amateur beginning Wednesday. Instead, a reversal of...
  • Martin Kaymer keeps his cool and cruises to U.S. Open victory

    Martin Kaymer arrived at Pinehurst No. 2 on Sunday afternoon and ducked into the clubhouse with everything he could have asked for. Three days of masterful golf had given Kaymer a five-shot cushion in the U.S. Open and the needed confidence to close out...
  • Top-Flight Tournament Swings Into Cromwell

    It's time to take a break from the debate about moving a minor league baseball team from New Britain to Hartford and focus on a truly big-league event in central Connecticut: the Travelers Championship. The professional golf event is in Cromwell this...
  • Tiger Woods reportedly progressing in recovery from back surgery

    Tiger Woods reportedly progressing in recovery from back surgery
    Let the "Tiger Woods Watch" officially begin. The former No. 1-ranked golfer, recovering from back surgery, returned to hitting full shots last weekend, according to a Golf Channel report. Now comes speculation about when he will return to...
  • North Shore may be too short for PGA Tour event

     North Shore may be too short for PGA Tour event
    An exemption would have allowed Brad Faxon to play in this week's Travelers Championship, the PGA Tour event in Connecticut he won in 2005. But after passing on the Encompass Championship last year, he decided to join the 50-and-over set this week....
  • Bernhard Langer: U.S. Open champ Martin Kaymer 'playing golf again'

    Bernhard Langer: U.S. Open champ Martin Kaymer 'playing golf again'
    As Germany's Martin Kaymer finished off his eight-stroke U.S. Open victory Sunday, one of his mentors and countrymen, Bernhard Langer, was holed up in a fishing cabin in Alaska, able to watch only on a television the entire compound shared. "We made...