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KWCH 12 Eyewitness SportsTiger Woods almost literally punched the sky when he chipped in on the 16th green today at the Memorial Tournament. It was the exclamation point on a 5-under round of 67 to win his second PGA Tour event of the season and move into a tie for second...
The Baltimore SunTiger is back. Tiger is not back yet. Tiger is back. Tiger is not back yet. As you might be able to see, I am undecided on this popular and perplexing topic. Watching what Tiger Woods did Sunday at Muirfield Village Golf Club, coming from two shots...
Tags: Masters Tournament, Golf, Tiger Woods, PGA Tour, Bars and Clubs
DUBLIN, Ohio — Back when he was running a 102-degree fever and blowing gobs of lord-knows-what into a towel between holes, Tiger Woods wasn't keen on discussing magic from past Memorial Tournaments. Simply holding his game together until the flu...
Temper the expectations Tom Yantz Hartford Courant It would be easy to say yes after that fabulous flop shot trickled into the 16th cup for birdie that shook the landscape of Ohio. Woods isn't focused on dominating, though. Of course, he'd love to....
email@example.comThe 59th edition of the Sunnehanna Amateur Tournament for Champions will tee off next week at Sunnehanna Country Club in Westmont. The Sunnehanna field is comprised of top-ranked juniors and collegiate players along with more seasoned mid-amateurs and...
Philip Corboy, a nationally known personal injury attorney, died early this morning at his home in Chicago. He was 87. “Phil was a kind, compassionate and marvelous lawyer, and a wonderful husband," his wife, Mary Dempsey, said in a statement...
The Olympic Club's finish overloads with quirks, from the longest hole (the 670-yard 16th) in U.S. Open history, to the back-to-back par 5s at 16 and 17, to the almost-gimme birdie at 18. But that stretch won't decide a champion, Johnny Miller says....
The Olympic Club doesn't play favorites. That's the nice way of stating it, anyway. Truth be told, this week's U.S. Open venue has a nasty habit of giving its leading men an ill-timed kick in the teeth with the finish line in sight. Ben Hogan, Arnold...
Tags: Johnny Miller, Golf, Arnold Palmer, Scott Simpson, Mike Davis
Our Town CorrespondentThree former champions, including defending champ Nathan Smith, will be among those competing in this week’s 59th Sunnehanna Amateur Tournament in Westmont. The four-day, 72-hole event begins Thursday morning at Sunnehanna Country Club. Smith,...
Tags: LPGA Tour, Golf, Mark McCumber, Ben Crenshaw, Tiger Woods
You’ll hear plenty of jokes and quips about Jamie Moyer’s age in the coming days, after the Orioles agreed to a minor-league deal with the 49-year-old lefty yesterday. To get you started, here are a few nuggets to consider about the oldest...
Tags: Larry Bird, USA Today, Elvis Presley, Patti LaBelle, Ryan Ripken
It might not be an overstatement to suggest that this is the most important weekend of Tiger Woods’ career. It is certainly not a stretch to say that this weekend – if it ends with a victory for the 36-year-old Woods in the U.S. Open at San...
The Hartford CourantCROMWELL — 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...
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