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U.S. Open (golf)

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  • The story of Gene Sarazen and the golf shot heard 'round the world

    The crowd in the lobby of the Bon Air Hotel in Augusta, Ga., was jammed with people professional golfers, reporters, tournament patrons and plenty of hangers on. Gene Sarazen, the diminutive winner of three PGA Championships, two US Opens and the...
  • Spieth heads to the weekend with a commanding Masters lead

    7:17 p.m. Jordan Spieth will go to the third round of the Masters with a five-stroke lead, matching the largest 36-hole advantage in tournament history. Spieth set the record for lowest score midway through the tournament, a 14-under 130. The 21-year-...
  • Compton makes Masters cut, wife injured

    AUGUSTA, Ga. Erik Compton was just fine Friday afternoon. His wife, not so much. Compton, two-time heart transplant recipient, shot an even-par 72 on Friday to easily make the cut in his first-ever Masters. He's 1-over heading into Saturday's third...
  • All eyes will be on Woods at Augusta National

    AUGUSTA, Ga. It has been 10 years since Tiger Woods won the Masters, an unfathomable drought for a player Jack Nicklaus once said might win more green jackets than he and Arnold Palmer combined. And Nicklaus and Palmer combined for 10. Woods has been...
  • Tiger Woods confirms he'll play in Masters

    When Tiger Woods was back at Augusta National playing a second practice round, he still hadn't announced whether or not he would be playing in next week's Masters. But his former coach, Hank Haney, believed the decision already was made, telling the...
  • Polo's most colorful player melts the competition

    Polo's most colorful player melts the competition
    Stuart "Sugar" Erskine is one of the most colorful polo players in the game. Erskine used to travel around the United States in a baby blue Volkswagen van that was covered in more than 1,500 stickers. The van, which didn't have a gas gauge,...
  • All eyes on Rory McIlroy and Tiger Woods as the Masters gets underway

    All eyes on Rory McIlroy and Tiger Woods as the Masters gets underway
    AUGUSTA, Ga. (AP) — Three of golf's greatest players began the Masters with ceremonial tee shots. Then the focus quickly shifted to a pair of players who'll be keeping score, Rory McIlroy and Tiger Woods. Jack Nicklaus, Arnold Palmer and Gary...
  • Golf Talk: Primed for grand Masters

    Golf Talk: Primed for grand Masters
    It's that time of year when the sporting world turns its eyes to a small town in Georgia. It's Masters week at Augusta National Golf Club, and the story lines are as good for the 79th playing of this event and the first major of the season. So let's get...
  • $45,000 a week? U.S. Open neighbors hope so

    UNIVERSITY PLACE, Wash. The big square hot tub on the deck is nice. So is the tall gas fireplace in the high-ceiling living room, the fire pit in the yard and the view, between trees, of Puget Sound. But it's the golf course across the street Chambers...
  • Masters offers a major learning curve for most players

    Tiger Woods was the exception. Ben Crenshaw was closer to the rule. Woods joined up with Crenshaw to play the back nine Wednesday on the final day of practice for a Masters that is shaping up as a mystery in many ways. They are Masters champions with...
  • Time to go: Gentle Ben calls it a career at the Masters

    Tiger Woods and Jordan Spieth were already on the 18th green, ready to hit a few putts. Ben Crenshaw was back down the fairway, still 100 yards or so away, after driving his tee shot into a tree. Yep, it's time for Gentle Ben to go. "I probably should...