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  • Oldest PGA Tour rookie is glad he kept in the swing of things

    Oldest PGA Tour rookie is glad he kept in the swing of things
    There was just enough time — a minute or two — for Byron Smith to think. That's not always a good thing in golf, but he could not help himself. A morning sun rode low over the Napa hills, casting its sheen across a course still wet with dew....
  • PGA golfer Trevor Immelman puts his golf course home up for sale

    PGA golfer Trevor Immelman puts his golf course home up for sale
    PGA golfer Trevor Immelman, who bested Tiger Woods by three strokes to win the Masters Tournament in 2008, has teed up his golf course home in Orlando, Fla., for sale at $1.995 million. The 5,581-square-foot residence, built in 2002, sits off of a large...
  • Watch Bob Toski on Golf Channel Wednesday night

    Watch Bob Toski on Golf Channel Wednesday night
    Legendary golf instructor Bob Toski of Boca Raton is the special guest of host Martin Hall and co-host Sara Brown for Wednesday’s episode of “School of Golf” on Golf Channel. The session entitled “Chapter 33: Hitting The Range,&...
  • Jenni Martin, golf's doctor of the green, helps older players improve

    Jenni Martin, golf's doctor of the green, helps older players improve
    Dr. Jenni Martin looked at her computer screen and pointed to the videotaped golfer as he hit a ball. "That guy is a good golfer," Martin said as she folded her arms. "But he's losing power. I have to get him to stretch his pecs." It's that type of...
  • Experts Discuss Tie Between Athletes And Domestic Violence

    Experts Discuss Tie Between Athletes And Domestic Violence
    WEST HAVEN – The recent string of domestic violence cases among NFL players has made for millions of posts on social media, miles of copy in print and online, and endless opinion. At the University of New Haven on Wednesday, three panelists of...
  • 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...
  • Tiger Woods to make return to golf in Orlando

    Tiger Woods to make return to golf in Orlando
    Tiger Woods is expected to return to competitive golf during a charity tournament in Orlando in December. Woods revealed his plans during a press conference Monday announcing the Hero World Challenge, to be played at Isleworth Country Club Dec. 4-7....
  • Watson won't rule out Tiger for Ryder Cup

    Watson won't rule out Tiger for Ryder Cup
    LOUISVILLE, Ky. - United States Ryder Cup captain Tom Watson has not yet ruled an ailing Tiger Woods out of his team to take on defendingn champion Europe in Gleneagles, Scotland from Sept. 26-28. Though Woods missed the fourth major cut of his...
  • Tiger Woods in jeopardy of missing PGA Championship, Ryder Cup

    Tiger Woods in jeopardy of missing PGA Championship, Ryder Cup
    After watching Tiger Woods tweak his tender back at the WGC-Bridgestone Invitational, Tom Watson has serious doubts about whether he will name Woods to the U.S. Ryder Cup team. "As I've said all along, I would pick Tiger Woods if he's healthy and...
  • 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...