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  • Silvers shoots 62 at Web.com Q School

    Silvers shoots 62 at Web.com Q School
    Mark Silvers knows that in a six-day event like the Web.com Tour Qualifying Tournament, patience is essential. It also helps to have a good caddie. Both his patience and his caddie delivered in a big way Sunday, as Silvers shot a 10-under-par 62 on...
  • Iron man Bernhard Langer, 14-year-old Jason capture Father-Son Challenge

    Bernhard Langer called 2014 a "magical" year during a career filled with many of them. On the final day of the PNC Father-Son Challenge, Langer squeezed in one more memorable Sunday before his season ended. Teaming with his 14-year-old son Jason,...
  • Gibson goes low at Web.com Q School

    Gibson goes low at Web.com Q School
    Rhein Gibson had seven birdies and no bogeys Monday for a 7-under-par 65 in the fifth round of the Web.com Tour Qualifying Tournament. It was the lowest score of the day on the Fazio course at PGA National Resort & Spa, but far from the lowest round he's...
  • Sports TV and radio: Friday's 11/21 log (updated Friday AM with many matchups)

    8 a.m.    Tennis: Davis Cup final: Switzerland at France (first-day singles: expected matchups are Stanislas Wawrinka vs. Jo-Wilfried Tsonga, then Roger Federer vs. Gael Monfils).--Tennis Ch. 8 a.m.    Motorsports: Formula One practice (in Abu Dhabi,...
  • T.J. Vogel advances at Web.com Tour Q School

    T.J. Vogel advances at Web.com Tour Q School
    For T.J. Vogel, the hardest part of qualifying for the Web.com Tour is successfully behind him. The former Cooper City resident, who played golf at American Heritage School and the University of Florida, was one of 20 players who made it through the...
  • On The Fly: Bad Show By Sio Moore

    On The Fly: Bad Show By Sio Moore
    The Oakland Raiders finally won a game Thursday night, but former UConn linebacker Sio Moore nearly cost his team with some excessive celebrating. You've no doubt seen the video — Moore sacked Chiefs quarterback Alex Smith in the final minute of...
  • On The Fly: Suzy Whaley Still Breaking Barriers

    On The Fly: Suzy Whaley Still Breaking Barriers
    Suzy Whaley, known for breaking barriers before, did it again when she was elected secretary, becoming the first female officer in PGA of America history. The resident of Farmington also is the first person from the Connecticut Section PGA to be an...
  • Think big, smart and smelly for the sports fan on your holiday shopping list

    Think big, smart and smelly for the sports fan on your holiday shopping list
    Shopping for the sports fan on your Christmas list can be exasperating. There's just too much to choose from. You could go with old standbys like clothing, equipment, books and memorabilia. There are new standbys like apps and video games. If the wave...
  • President Obama recognizes golf pioneer Charlie Sifford

    For years, Charlie Sifford fought for the right to be on the biggest stages. Monday, he was. In a ceremony at the White House, Sifford came before President Obama to accept one of the 18 Presidential Medals of Freedom awarded this year. In the group...
  • Sports TV and radio: Thursday's 11/20 log (updated Thursday AM)

    4 a.m.    Baseball: U.S. major-leaguers vs. Samurai Japan.--MLB Net. 10:30 a.m.    Basketball: Puerto Rico Tip-Off first round: Texas A&M vs. Dayton, then College of Charleston vs. Connecticut at 1(in San Juan).--ESPNU 11 a.m.    Football: Dec. 2005:...
  • Dustin Johnson continues to deal with adversity

    Dustin Johnson continues to deal with adversity
    This has been a tough year for Dustin Johnson. The highly-ranked American golfer has taken leave from the PGA Tour for "personal reasons" that one media report has linked to a string of failed drug tests. Now comes a report that his lawsuit against...