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U.S. Open (golf)

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  • Tiger Woods Says He's Pain-Free, Ready To Compete

    BETHESDA, Md. — Like the superstar athletes who befriended and mentored him early in his career as he watched them grow old, Tiger Woods keeps staring at his own golfing mortality. Coming off a three-month layoff following back surgery, Woods...
  • Wie, Yang share lead after 3rd round in US Women's Open

    PINEHURST, N.C. Michelle Wie was rolling along nicely Saturday in the U.S. Women's Open, smiling, leading, hitting good shots, enjoying herself. But just when Wie was on the verge of distancing herself from the field at Pinehurst No. 2, her game began to...
  • Notebook: Tips Should Boost Streelman's Earnings

    CROMWELL — After failing to make the cut at the U.S. Open on June 13, Kevin Streelman got in touch with instructor Wayne DeFrancesco to schedule a practice session before the Travelers Championship. The lessons have worked out well. With...
  • 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...
  • A Little Rest Helps English Move Near Top Of Leaderboard

    CROMWELL — After Harris English's first time playing in a U.S. Open last week, he took Monday off. "It was a grind," he said of the U.S. Open at Pinehurst (N.C.) Resort No. 2 Course. "Every shot, it feels like you're on pins and needles and...
  • Wie takes 3-shot lead in U.S.Women's Open

    The Sports Xchange Wie takes 3-shot lead in U.S.Women's Open PINEHURST, N.C. -- Maybe Michelle Wie, whose quest for a major championship has gone unfulfilled, has waited until just the right time to break through. Wie said she would like to be part...
  • Shaky Start, But Solid Finish Keeps Steele In Contention

    Shaky Start, But Solid Finish Keeps Steele In Contention
    CROMWELL — On Thursday, Brendan Steele was scrambling to prepare five minutes before his 7:20 a.m. start in the first round of the Travelers Championship. He wound up shooting an 8-under-par 62 to claim the lead. There was no last-minute drama as...
  • Bubba Salvages His Weekend On 18

    CROMWELL — Bubba Watson had two shots to save his Travelers Championship on Friday. The first saw his ball nestled in a fairway bunker on the 444-yard, par-4 18th. The second came from off the green and 58 feet from the hole. Watson missed the...
  • Golfers have easy time of it at North Shore

    Golfers have easy time of it at North Shore
    The perfect conditions at North Shore Country Club made Friday a feast for the eyes. And for the pros. "I know you guys had a miserable winter here," Nick Price said, "but this golf course is phenomenal, a 10 out of 10 conditioning-wise. You don't see...
  • 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...
  • World Cup fans are the most fanatical, viewership numbers show

    World Cup fans are the most fanatical, viewership numbers show
    World Cup soccer fans are 21 times more fanatical than hockey fans, 11 times more fanatical than golf fans and four times more fanatical than basketball fans, according to recent sports program viewership data. Through the concurrence of the NBA Finals,...