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  • Players find extremes in first round at Chambers Bay

    Players find extremes in first round at Chambers Bay
    Bubba Watson made a couple of double bogeys to negate his five birdies. Rory McIlroy couldn't believe it when one approach shot came up a couple yards short, funneled down a slope as if finding a vortex and trickled into a deep bunker. And then there...
  • Adding St. Jude as Open tuneup good move for Brooks Koepka

    With the U.S. Open looming next week, Brooks Koepka wanted a final chance to tune up his game and added the St. Jude Classic to his schedule at the last minute. Good thing he did. Koepka matched his low score this year shooting a 6-under 64 that gave...
  • Long-term void persists, but Chicago golf fans should enjoy 2015

     Long-term void persists, but Chicago golf fans should enjoy 2015
    Hey, Chicago sports fans: This is the year! Nah, let's amend that. Hey, Chicago golf fans: This is the year! Beginning Friday with the Palmer Cup and stretching to the BMW Championship in mid-September, you can walk with future and current stars....
  • An artist's touch: How Jerry Rich built Rich Harvest Farms

    An artist's touch: How Jerry Rich built Rich Harvest Farms
    During the slower moments of his days as a young caddie at Butterfield Country Club in Oak Brook, Jerry Rich would flip over a scorecard and start sketching. More often than not, Rich would diagram his dream golf course. He imagined green complexes,...
  • Brooks Koepka shoots 3-under 67 for 36-hole lead at St. Jude

    MEMPHIS, Tenn. (AP) — Brooks Koepka is tuning up quite nicely for the U.S. Open at the event he added at the deadline. Koepka, who had a share of the lead after the first round, shot a 3-under 67 Friday to lead the St. Jude Classic by a stroke...
  • Medinah votes to host 2019 BMW

    Medinah votes to host 2019 BMW
    By Teddy Greenstein Tribune reporter After playing host to three Western Opens, five majors and the 2012 Ryder Cup, Medinah Country Club is back in the game. As the Tribune first reported, Medinah members on Saturday overwhelmingly approved a vote...
  • Bill Nichols: Just how low can Jordan Spieth go at the US Open?

    It may come on the first day, or the last ... but make no mistake, Jordan Spieth has a crazy low round in him. Spieth has left a trail of postcard scores en route to his No. 2 world ranking. His flair for the dramatic has helped make him a consistent...
  • With 66, Park Leads Women's PGA Championship

    Inbee Park shot a 7-under 66, overtaking fellow South Korean Sei Young Kim for the lead after three rounds of the KPMG Women's PGA Championship. Kim began Saturday with a one-shot lead but shot a 69 to fall two shots behind Park, the event's two-time...
  • Owen, Gomez each shoot 67 to take 54-hole lead at St. Jude

    England's Greg Owen has never had a piece of a 54-hole lead on the PGA Tour. Now he hopes he can stay relaxed with the great short game that has him in position to win his first title in his 214th tour event. And winning would mean so much more than...
  • Owen, Gomez each shoot 67 to take lead at St. Jude

    Owen, Gomez each shoot 67 to take lead at St. Jude
    England's Greg Owen has never had a piece of a 54-hole lead on the PGA Tour. Now he hopes he can stay relaxed with the great short game that has him in position to win his first title in his 214th tour event. And winning would mean so much more than...
  • This US Open will provide plenty of intriguing storylines

    The stars have aligned for this week's U.S. Open at Chambers Bay. Literally, as in superstars. Take for example, Tiger Woods, the biggest draw in golf. A year ago, he didn't play in the U.S. Open because of injury, and a few months ago, he wasn't...