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  • Don't bet your house on Tiger at Hoylake - Strange

    LONDON (Reuters) - Former world number one Tiger Woods is kidding himself if he turns up at this month's British Open with only a repeat of his 2006 Hoylake win on his mind, according to former U.S. Ryder Cup skipper Curtis Strange. The 14-times major...
  • Westwood, G-Mac will get tickets to Ryder - Torrance

    LONDON (Reuters) - Ryder Cup mainstays Lee Westwood and Graeme McDowell may be on the outside looking in on Europe's team at the moment but vice-captain Sam Torrance has no doubt that both will be in the side come September. The top nine in the points...
  • Sky's the limit for Illinois-bound Nick Hardy

    Sky's the limit for Illinois-bound Nick Hardy
    Barely old enough to drive, Nick Hardy already has one-upped Tiger Woods and held a one-round lead over 155 competitors at the U.S. Amateur. But neither ranks as his most memorable moment in golf. Or, as he put it, "the coolest experience I've ever...
  • Gaming company Zynga signs lease in Maitland

    Gaming company Zynga signs lease in Maitland
    Zynga, the company behind such games as Farmville and Words With Friends, has signed a lease for office space in Maitland. Real estate development company Emerson International confirmed the lease for Zynga, of 5,203 square feet at 2600 Maitland...
  • Paul Azinger says Tiger Woods never should have changed his swing

    Tiger Woods is his own worst enemy when it comes to his golf game. That's what Paul Azinger thinks. Azinger, a former PGA Championship winner, said Thursday that Woods' constant tinkering with his swing has made him a worse player. “Jack...
  • Match Play adopts 'World Cup-type' format for 2015

    (Reuters) - A revamped WGC-Match Play Championship will take a leaf out of the World Cup football tournament in Brazil when it is staged for the first time at the TPC Harding Park in San Francisco next year. Apart from a change of venue, organisers...
  • At home in the Kitchen

    At home in the Kitchen
    Don't feel bad if you're gently nudged out of your seat at the end of your meal at Kitchen in West Palm Beach. I know I was. There are just 36 seats inside Aliza and Matthew Byrne's stylishly homey American brasserie and they allow each table two hours....
  • Masters 'pioneer' Ball dies aged 103

    (Reuters) - Samuel Henry "Errie" Ball, the last surviving player who competed in the inaugural Masters Tournament of 1934, died on Wednesday in Stuart, Florida at the age of 103. Born in Bangor, Wales to one of Britain's most esteemed golfing families,...
  • Spieth knows John Deere Classic a big success in small market

    Jordan Spieth was gassed. After playing four straight PGA Tour events and shooting a disheartening final-round 75 at the Memorial, Spieth flew from central Ohio to eastern Iowa, dodging thunderstorms along the way. Over breakfast the next day, the...
  • Report: Woods met with Galea's group 63 times

    The Sports Xchange Report: Woods met with Galea's group 63 times A new book alleges Tiger Woods had more than 60 meetings with Canadian sports doctor Anthony Galea and his partners in 2008 and 2009. "Blood Sport: Alex Rodriguez, Biogenesis and the...
  • Hank Haney on Tiger Woods: He 'doesn't care as much as he used to'

    Hank Haney on Tiger Woods: He 'doesn't care as much as he used to'
    With the British Open a little more than a week away, Hank Haney isn't giving Tiger Woods much chance to win. The famed swing coach told the Scotsman that his former pupil "doesn't care as much as he used to." Haney pointed out that, after making a...