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Ryder Cup

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  • Travelers Snapshot: Keegan Bradley, He Never Gets Sick Of Player

    Travelers Snapshot: Keegan Bradley, He Never Gets Sick Of Player
    If you don't see Keegan Bradley on a golf course every day, he must be sick — really sick. “An off day for me would be no practice, just playing,” he said. “So I get together with my buddies and go play a game out on the course....
  • Travelers Snapshot: Patrick Reed, Talent, Youth, A 1-2 Combo That Works

    Travelers Snapshot: Patrick Reed, Talent, Youth, A 1-2 Combo That Works
    Displaying fist pumps, great shotmaking and even shushes to the European home crowd, Patrick Reed was the best American player in the Ryder Cup last year. Reed was 3-0-1 and why he and hot-shooting partner Jordan Spieth didn't play in the first-day...
  • Golf pro will help promote Orlando-based Kony

    Golf pro will help promote Orlando-based Kony
    Orlando tech company Kony Inc. has added a star of the golf pro circuits to its advisory board. Ben Crenshaw has joined the board to help the company pump up its annual Kony World events, among other priorities. “Ben is world renown, not only...
  • Slow And Steady For This Year's U.S. Open

    UNIVERSITY PLACE, Wash. — These might be some of the longest rounds in the U.S. Open, and it won't all be down to slow play. Chambers Bay is a long hike even without clubs. USGA executive director Mike Davis set the time par at four hours, 45...
  • Five Palmer Cup participants preparing to tee it up at U.S. Open

    Five Palmer Cup participants preparing to tee it up at U.S. Open
    There are more than enough U.S. Open qualifiers on the U.S. Palmer Cup team to get a good foursome for a practice round at Chambers Bay next week. For now, the players are aiming a little higher. "We're trying to set up some practice rounds with some...
  • 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...
  • Illinois men's golfer Thomas Detry a fan favorite at Palmer Cup

    Thomas Detry may have played for the European team at the Palmer Cup, but it was clear he was the most popular player at Rich Harvest Farms. The soon-to-be senior on the Illinois men's golf team had the largest gallery in the final round on Sunday in...
  • 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,...
  • Future golf stars follow Arnold Palmer's lead at Palmer Cup

    Future golf stars follow Arnold Palmer's lead at Palmer Cup
    Arnold Palmer has been known as much for his multiple major championships and scores of wins as his ambassadorship for the game of golf. World Golf Hall of Fame member Lee Trevino once described Palmer as the greatest role model that any sport ever had....
  • Turning Down $10,000 For Hole-In-One Not As Hard As It Sounds For Brian Butler

    Turning Down $10,000 For Hole-In-One Not As Hard As It Sounds For Brian Butler
    Brian Butler scored a hole-in-one in the BENRUS Open qualifying round, but it was a relatively easy decision not to take the $10,000 in prize money. "If I took the money, NCAA rules would have prohibited me from playing my senior season at Boston...