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  • PGA tour pro Retief Goosen prices golf course home at $2 million

    PGA tour pro Retief Goosen prices golf course home at $2 million
      Former U.S. Open champion Retief Goosen has chipped the price of his golf course home in Orlando, Fla., to about $2 million, down from $2.195 million last year. The Traditional-style residence, built in 1993, sits on half an acre along the back nine...
  • Legends Tour coming to Delray Beach

    Legends Tour coming to Delray Beach
    Tournament golf fans who can't wait until next year to watch past and present professional greats play in South Florida need only wait until next week for the Legends Tour Walgreens Charity Championship in Delray Beach. Former LPGA Tour stars, including...
  • Friday's multi-sport college and local roundup: W&M, ODU women win in soccer; No. 8 UNC beats No. 5 Hokies

    COLLEGES: Women’s soccer: William and Mary (8-2-1, 2-1 Colonial Athletic Association) shut out UNC Wilmington 2-0 Friday in Williamsburg on first-half goals by Samantha Cordum and Emily Fredrikson, who scored the first of her collegiate career....
  • On The Fly: Derek Jeter The Publisher

    On The Fly: Derek Jeter The Publisher
    Derek Jeter? Cutting edge? Well, yes, the recently retired Yankees shortstop and captain is back at work already. He helped create The Players Tribune and is the founding publisher. According to the website (theplayerstribune.com), Jeter will be working...
  • Rory McIlroy named PGA Tour player of the year

    Rory McIlroy named PGA Tour player of the year
    No surprise here: Rory McIlroy's peers on the PGA Tour have voted him player of the year. Tour officials posted the ballot results Wednesday, also announcing that Chesson Hadley has been named rookie of the year. For McIlroy -- the world's top-...
  • No Hunting

    No Hunting
    Outdoor enthusiasts, take note.  The Pennsylvania Game Commission is banning hunting and trapping in seven townships in the Poconos, where the search continues for Eric Frein, the fugitive wanted in the shooting death of a state police trooper......
  • Rory McIlroy takes a break from busy schedule

    No one could blame Rory McIlroy for needing a rest. The golfer from Northern Ireland is coming off a hectic summer in which he won the British Open, the PGA Championship and WGC-Bridgestone Invitational, capturing the No. 1 spot in the world rankings....
  • Europeans surge ahead in Ryder Cup

    — Morning dawned clear and blue on the first day of the Ryder Cup and, for a few hours at least, the prospects for the U.S. team appeared equally sunny. But after the Americans dashed to an early lead, the skies darkened and the Europeans...
  • Michael Jordan on the Ryder Cup: 'It's about the pride'

    Michael Jordan on the Ryder Cup: 'It's about the pride'
    Michael Jordan can be elusive, but there’s always one place you can find him: the Ryder Cup. Jordan has been hooked ever since attending his first Ryder Cup in Spain in 1997. Naturally, he is in Scotland this weekend for the latest battle...
  • Ryder Cup brings out the passion in golf

    Golf etiquette usually goes like this: When a player arrives at the tee, the crowd claps for a few moments before falling respectfully silent. That's not what happened at the Ryder Cup two years ago at Medinah, outside Chicago. As Ian Poulter...
  • Soggy conditions rub some players wrong way

    Soggy conditions rub some players wrong way
    — After torrential downpours did their work Sunday at Valhalla Golf Club, course officials and volunteers did theirs. They moved more water than a filtration plant with squeegees and even towels on tee boxes. After a 1 hour, 51-minute delay...