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  • Staying Positive Helps McCarron

    Scott McCarron birdied the par-3 eighth, added three more on the back nine and finished his third round with a 4-under-par 66 to move into a tie for fourth at 10 under at the Travelers Championship, six shots behind leader Justin Rose. — Scott...
  • Henry Gets Hot With Putter Switch

    — Having just made the cut, J.J. Henry was out on the course early Saturday. The air was still at 8:28 a.m., the greens pristine at that hour, and all that was missing for him to feel at home was his old putter. He switched from the mallet type...
  • Barnes Improves By The Day At Travelers

    — Ricky Barnes felt something wasn't quite right Thursday, and he didn't wait to correct it. "I didn't hit the ball well at all on Thursday," Barnes said. "My caddie and I went straight to the range and kind of squared it away. … I went out,...
  • Rose Maintains Lead; Curtis Three Back After 64

    Rose Maintains Lead; Curtis Three Back After 64
    — The Rose runaway has turned into a race. Justin Rose, who led by as many as six shots on Saturday, saw his lead fall to three after the third round of the Travelers Championship at TPC River Highlands. His 2-under-par 68 put him at 16-under...
  • Rose Tries To Stay Poised Despite World Cup Distraction

    Travelers Championship leader Justin Rose, a loyal follower of his country's World Cup soccer fortunes, says he'll try to be restrained today when England plays Germany. — Justin Rose, a loyal follower of his country's World Cup soccer fortunes,...
  • Micheel Has Special Delivery For Ill Mother

    — The ball has traveled from the Pacific to the Atlantic Coast and it remains in a safe spot in Shaun Micheel's golf bag. The three-iron from 239 yards turned into only the second double-eagle in the 110-year history of the U.S. Open, and...
  • Brooks Leaves Mark Of Longevity

    — A golf course historian, Mark Brooks has no trouble recalling the various incarnations of TPC River Highlands. He's quick to bring up the changes made in 1990, which involved the construction of what are now holes 10 through 14, and he still...
  • Watson Wins Travelers Championship Playoff For First PGA Tour Title

    Watson Wins Travelers Championship Playoff For First PGA Tour Title
    Bubba Watson tried to line up the putt that looked a lot longer than 40 inches on the second playoff hole Sunday. "When I bent down to get behind it to act like I was lining it up, I was trying to breathe," he said. "I couldn't feel my arms I was so...
  • Hanging Hopes On Pronger

    Unlike most men who run NHL teams, Brian Burke doesn't major in pitching trades and minor in pitching wedges. He hates golf. Blessed with a Harvard law degree and cursed by an obsession to work until he drops, the Whalers general manager thinks golf...
  • Anticipating Memories In 2009

    Instead of looking back, today we look forward to 2009. Plenty of sports history will be made in Connecticut or by people with connections to the state. Problem is, we can only guess as to where and by whom. Of course, that is the beauty of it all. Things...
  • Travelers Championship: Toiling To Keep The Green Perfect

    Travelers Championship: Toiling To Keep The Green Perfect
    It was quarter of 2 and Andrew Renehan had just finished mowing the 16th tee at TPC River Highlands. He adjusted his navy baseball cap, which kept a shock of sweat-soaked, dirty blond hair from falling into his eyes, brushed his blue groundskeeper's...