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  • Harman Brings His Good Game To Travelers

    CROMWELL — One week, Brian Harman may be contending for a title. The next, he may miss the cut. It has been that kind of year for the 28-year-old PGA Tour veteran. He has finished in the Top 10 twice and in the Top 25 five times, contending at such...
  • U.S. Open Notes: Chambers Bay greens draw some criticism

    U.S. Open Notes: Chambers Bay greens draw some criticism
    Call them "browns," because they are hardly green. The putting surfaces on the Chambers Bay golf course look like a quilted patchwork of grass, so splotchy that they seem in need of a good paint job. That's the nature of fescue grass, which can look a...
  • Jordan Spieth, Patrick Reed tied for U.S. Open lead

    Jordan Spieth, Patrick Reed tied for U.S. Open lead
    Jordan Spieth has always seemed worldly beyond his years, and now it seems as if his golf is maturing by the round. Being freshly fitted for a Masters green jacket does wonders for that. On a Chambers Bay track primed with so many pitfalls that even a...
  • Schedule

    Tuesday: Farmington Bank Family Day, 9 a.m. – 4 p.m., TPC River Highlands Practice Facility. Features a variety of golf vendors, a clinic with a PGA Tour player. Drive, chip and putt local qualifying, 7 a.m. – 2 p.m., TPC River Highlands...
  • Jason Day's Condition Something Travelers Executive Familiar With

    Jason Day's Condition Something Travelers Executive Familiar With
    CROMWELL – Jason Day, who valiantly competed in the U.S. Open despite dealing with Benign Positional Vertigo, withdrew from the Travelers Championship on Monday. Travelers Executive Vice President & Chief Administrative Officer Andy Bessette knows...
  • Four Qualify For Travelers Championship

    AGAWAM, Mass. — Sixty-seven players gathered Monday at Crestview Country Club, each hoping to get one of the four qualifying spots for the Travelers Championship this week. JeanPhilip Cornellier (Granby, Quebec) was the low man and earned the...
  • Jason Day Announces Withdrawal As Travelers Week Begins

    Jason Day Announces Withdrawal As Travelers Week Begins
    CROMWELL — Jason Day, who valiantly competed in the U.S. Open despite dealing with benign positional vertigo, withdrew from the Travelers Championship Monday. Travelers executive vice president and chief administrative officer Andy Bessette...
  • Travelers Notebook: Memorial Garden Offers Tribute To Sifford, Casper

    Travelers Notebook: Memorial Garden Offers Tribute To Sifford, Casper
    CROMWELL — To honor Charlie Sifford and Billy Casper, legendary figures in the PGA Tour event in Connecticut who died in February, the Travelers Championship Memorial Garden will be constructed. Sifford, winner of the 1967 Greater Hartford Open,...
  • Dustin Johnson, Henrik Stenson hold on to lead at 2015 U.S. Open

    Dustin Johnson, Henrik Stenson hold on to lead at 2015 U.S. Open
    As tough as Chambers Bay Golf Club was supposed to play as the host of the U.S. Open, Dustin Johnson and Henrik Stenson both found a way to make it out of the first round with the lead at five-under 65. Johnson made his push on the front nine with...
  • Few Master Troublesome Chambers Bay

    UNIVERSITY PLACE, Wash. — Bubba Watson made a couple of double bogeys in the blink of an eye. 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...
  • Jordan Spieth, Grand Slam winner? Absolutely

    Jordan Spieth, Grand Slam winner? Absolutely
    So, really, Jordan Spieth shouldn't have been holding the U.S. Open trophy Sunday night and talking about the Grand Slam. Not after that 6-iron he hit at Chambers Bay's 17th hole. Even Spieth admitted as much, as he sat next to the championship trophy....