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  • Ralph DeNicolo, Longtime Golf Pro At Manchester Country Club, Dies At 70

    Ralph DeNicolo, the longtime golf pro and director of golf at the Manchester Country Club, died July 25. He was 70. DeNicolo was born in Revere, Mass., and later he and his family moved to the Taftville neighborhood of Norwich, where he graduated from...
  • On The Fly: Watson Choses Ryder Cup Wild-Card Players

    United States Ryder Cup captain Tom Watson has chosen 2007 Travelers Championship winner Hunter Mahan; Keegan Bradley, a native of Woodstock, Vt.; and Webb Simpson for the three wild-card spots on this year's team. Each is a solid, match-play-tested,...
  • On The Fly: If You Were On The Jets, Would You Go AWOL?

    •The St. Louis Rams weren't expected to make much noise this season. Now they've lost quarterback Sam Bradford with a torn ACL, the same injury he had last year. Shaun Hill, 34, takes over. And look at that schedule. Seahawks twice, 49ers twice,...
  • Rainaud Wins Rain-Shortened Connecticut PGA Championship

    SOUTH HADLEY, Mass. – Downpours washed out the scheduled final round of the Connecticut PGA Championship at 1:15 p.m. Wednesday, but the rain could not slow down Adam Rainaud. He had built a six-shot lead when play was stopped and eventually was...
  • Tiger Woods returns to save golf from the World Cup

    Tiger Woods returns to save golf from the World Cup
    “Golf is dead.” – Friedrich Nietzsche Forgive me for being pretentious enough to quote Nietzsche. Actually, I’m misquoting the German philosopher, who in 1882 went on a famous “God is Dead” tangent. The point is the...
  • Sergio Garcia finishes second to Rory McIlroy � again

    They say close only counts in horseshoes and hand grenades. Sergio Garcia knows that better than anyone right now. Though a second-place finish is nothing to scoff at, Garcia is probably growing tired of them. Sunday's final round at the World Golf...
  • David Pastore Shoots 65, Leads Conn. Open

    WILTON — Neither slope, speed nor breaks on the green could stop David Pastore in the second round of the Connecticut Open. Pastore needed just one putt on eight consecutive holes and had four straight birdies during that stretch in a 5-under-par...
  • Whether Pro Or Amateur, All Golfers Share This Trait

    Aside from an unfortunate summer when I was 14, I had successfully avoided golf all my life. Then, two years ago, I came down with it. I'm not sure of the cause: boredom perhaps, maybe masochism. I now own clubs and shoes, as well as an urge to...
  • Lee Janzen Keeps Pushing To Accomplish Unique Milestones

    Lee Janzen Keeps Pushing To Accomplish Unique Milestones
    CROMWELL —Twenty-one years ago Friday, Lee Janzen channeled his inner Tom Watson and feathered a 30-foot chip to history on the 16th hole at Baltusrol. Twenty-one years ago Friday, Janzen's drive on 17 hit a tree branch, bounced back on the...
  • Tiger, Who's Not In Cromwell, Steals The Spotlight

    Tiger, Who's Not In Cromwell, Steals The Spotlight
    CROMWELL — There is an old line about how there are two Olympics. The one you see on NBC and the one that's actually happening. That thought crossed my mind in the past 48 hours of the Travelers Championship as one golf name kept popping up and...
  • Seven Straight Birdies? That's Not The Real Miracle

    Seven Straight Birdies? That's Not The Real Miracle
    CROMWELL — After golf history had been made, after little Sophie had charmed the lens off the CBS cameras, Kevin Streelman's caddie, A.J. Monticinos, said, yeah, Streelman is a talker. "Walking from the green on nine, after his birdie, going to...