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  • 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...
  • Popular trio in Classic

    There's sure to be several big-time names at the 18th Toshiba Classic March 12-18 at Newport Beach Country Club. Three of those golfers have already committed. Nick Price, the Toshiba Classic defending champion, along with Hall of Famer Tom Watson and...
  • Irwin to be key speaker

    Hale Irwin is known as the only two-time champion of the Toshiba Classic. During the week of the 18th Toshiba Classic he'll be known as keynote speaker at the annual Breakfast with a Champion, presented by the Allergan Foundation on March 13. The...
  • Take Five: We¿re all at an older age

    The British Open Golf Tournament is one of the sturdiest tests in all of golfdom. It is always played in July on courses in Scotland or England. This year’s battle was set at Royal St. Georges in Kent, England, smack against the English Channel...
  • Northern Ireland now a hot spot

    The biggest winner in Northern Ireland's parade of major champions might turn out to be Royal Portrush. The scenic club overlooking the country's northern coast is getting a renewed look to bring back the British Open for the first time in more than...
  • The Times for, and against, crashes

    For as long as there have been stock markets, there have been stock market panics. The Los Angeles Times, built on the motto "True Industrial Freedom," has always taken a keen interest in these plunges, and this week, with the Dow Jones and Nasdaq in...
  • Nine books that can turn the page on your golf game

    Nine books that can turn the page on your golf game
    OF THE roughly 16,000 books that have been published on the game of golf, a disproportionate number -- perhaps as high as one-third -- lie in the area of instruction. The reason for this is simple: They sell. A lot. But how does the average golfer sift...
  • U.S. Coast Guard Auxiliary offers course on how to read a nautical chart

     
    The U.S. Coast Guard Auxiliary is offering a course on how to read a nautical chart, beginning July 13 at the Del Rey Yacht Club in Marina del Rey. Unraveling the mystery of charts by knowing latitude and longitude can......
  • British Open: First- and second-round groupings

     
    Tiger Woods and Justin Rose of England will play in the same group for the first two rounds of the British Open for the first time since 2002 at Muirfield. Back then Woods was on a hot streak, going for......
  • Just call him Doctor Palmer – once again

     
    Fifty years after first laying eyes on St. Andrews, Arnold Palmer now possesses what has to be considered the second-highest honor a golfer can achieve in the Auld Grey Toon. After the Claret Jug, of course. Honorary Doctor of Laws has a  nice ring to...