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  • Open venue's pure lunar-see

    In his 1959 novel "Goldfinger," Ian Fleming draws upon the peculiarities of Royal St. George's as a faintly disguised setting for a high-stakes golf match between James Bond and the diabolical Auric Goldfinger. British Open entrants, though, might be...
  • Local golfers on verge of completing dream round

    Local golfers on verge of completing dream round
    Duston Mersinger and Rick Broderick have been best friends for more than 50 years, having met in the second grade at the Sacred Heart School in Glyndon. It was there, on the field behind the school, where their passion for playing golf together began....
  • 60 Years Of Memories For The Travelers Championship

    60 Years Of Memories For The Travelers Championship
    CROMWELL — The first PGA Tour stop in Connecticut was 60 years ago with the Insurance City Open at Wethersfield Country Club. Now called the Travelers Championship, it has gone through some name and sponsor changes through the years. But for...
  • Jeff Jacobs: Never A Doubt Webb Simpson Was Coming To Travelers

    Jeff Jacobs: Never A Doubt Webb Simpson Was Coming To Travelers
    CROMWELL — He passed on Letterman. He passed on Leno. He didn't pass on the Travelers Championship. Late on Tuesday afternoon, Webb Simpson appeared unobtrusively on the practice tee at TPC River Highands. But believe this much: Nobody stands...
  • Bidding for Rio — and beyond

    What figures to be golf's most scrutinized new course could have its architect by the end of the week. The eight finalists for the 2016 Rio Olympics design project — a list that includes Jack Nicklaus, Greg Norman, Annika Sorenstam and Gary...
  • An upper hand Down Under?

    Greg Norman's final Presidents Cup picks did more than bolster the host nation's representation. He went for a true "home" advantage with his selection of Robert Allenby and Aaron Baddeley. Allenby grew up playing Royal Melbourne, nearly winning the 1991...
  • Pinot chic

    Pinot chic
    Pinot noir is not the most popular red wine in the United States — even merlot outsells it almost 2-to-1, according to The Nielsen Co. But pinot noir is arguably the most chic grape in the vineyard, which may explain why the variety has proved so...
  • Tee off at Games?

    The LPGA Tour played to form Thursday at Kingsmill, which translates to a veritable Embassy Row leaderboard. Mexico, Australia by way of Great Britain, Finland and South Korea. Japan, Norway, the United States and Texas — the Lone Star State is...
  • Change is good on Lanai

    Iwas about to visit Lanai's two luxury resorts for the first time since Four Seasons came aboard and gave each a $50-million renovation, and I hoped they hadn't changed. They hadn't. Much. Oh, they have fancier names. The Manele Bay Hotel is now the...
  • Rough is not in play here

    Rough is not in play here
    Pimp your ride. Chino-based American Custom Golf Cars Inc. sells tricked-out GM-licensed electric buggies made to look like Hummer H3s and 2007 Cadillac Escalades. The four-seaters can be upgraded with 18-inch wheels, DVD players, satellite radio, leather...
  • Golf pros share their helpful tips

    Golf pros share their helpful tips
    TOM SARGENT Mesa Verde Country Club (Southern California PGA teacher of the year, 1995, 1993, 1986) This will help you: Practice your short game. Most people are not very good wedge players. You have to learn how to bounce [the club], putt and chip....