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  • Family remains important for Haas

    Jay Haas keeps himself busy, with events on the Champions Tour and three grandchildren. He also does his best to find time to spend with his sons, Bill and Jay Jr. He says he can at least get a hold of one of them, and it's like talking to both since Jay...
  • MARY JACQUELINE HAMMOND WATSON

    MARY JACQUELINE HAMMOND WATSON April 8, 1921 – December 28, 2012 Mary Jacqueline (Jackie) Hammond Watson of Corona Del Mar passed away peacefully on December 28, 2012 after a short bout with lung cancer.  She was determined to celebrate Christmas...
  • Toshiba announces talented field

    Toshiba announces talented field
    Past Toshiba Classic champions, and the top 30 players on the Champions Tour, amassing hundreds of wins combined, will tee it up at the 19th annual tournament, set to tee off March 11-17 at Newport Beach Country Club, the Toshiba Classic announced...
  • Tom Watson: Knee replacement might not help Tiger Woods

     
    It was just two years ago that Tom Watson nearly won the British Open on an artificial hip, drawing on experience and guile at age 59 to take the lead to Turnberry’s final hole of regulation. That was a hip replacement, though. And when the topic of...
  • Who will win the British Open?

     
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  • Showing aces: Tom Watson channels ghost of Gene Sarazen

     
    A highlight clip caught Tom Watson’s eye as he got ready to head out for Friday’s British Open round – a 1973 clip of 71-year-old Gene Sarazen making a hole-in-one at Royal Troon’s “Postage Stamp.” “Beautiful...
  • Rupert Murdoch attacked at Parliament, appears unharmed

     
    Rupert Murdoch attacked in Parliament. News Corp. Chairman Rupert Murdoch endured not only verbal blows but also an attempted physical attack Tuesday during his historic appearance before a committee of the British Parliament to account for the alleged...
  • Amateur Tom Lewis returns to earth in second British Open pass

     
    At the week’s outset, Tom Lewis might have been thrilled to reach the British Open’s midway point three shots out of the lead. That was before the magical opening 65 that made him the first amateur in 35 years to hold a piece of the lead in...
  • Rupert Murdoch explains it all: 'I'm not really in touch'

     
    Despite calling it “the most humble day of my life,” media mogul Rupert Murdoch flatly denied bearing any responsibility for the alleged illegal conduct that led to him closing the News of the World as well as the arrest of......
  • News Corp. tries to build good will in wake of hacking scandal

     
    Looking to build some good will with British lawmakers, News Corp. said it would no longer pay legal bills for Glenn Mulcaire, the private investigator that was convicted in 2007 of hacking into phones for the media giant's now shuttered......
  • Monday Niblicks: Tiger’s 2nd divorce & a Canadian conquest

     
    The second “divorce” figures to have a longer shelf life than the first one. At the very least, the parting of ways by Tiger Woods and Steve Williams offers the chance for more intrigue as it plays out in a far more public arena. Though it...