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The highlight for Brandt Jobe after Thursday's first round of the Northern Trust Open was not his five-under-par 66 and his third-place standing. It was that he could shoot 66 at Riviera and sit at a news conference without any pain. If the movie people...
Wednesday in the desert was a day for fist bumps and well-wishing for Russell Henley, the new wonder on the PGA Tour. The tournament that Southern California learned to love under the banner of the Bob Hope Desert Classic, now called the Humana...
Tags: Sony Corp., Bob Hope, David Duval, Humana Incorporated, Sports
AP Golf WriterSAN DIEGO (AP) — Tiger Woods made one last birdie as the rain picked up strength Friday, and what he left behind was a gloomy forecast for everyone else at Torrey Pines. He had a two-shot lead at the tournament he already has won six times....
NCAA grant Coppin to get $300K each of next 3 years Coppin State is one of six institutions to receive an NCAA pilot program grant designed to assist limited-resource schools in developing and enhancing systems to increase student-athlete academic...
The Downswing Golf BlogNearly a decade after leaving professional golf, Gary Nicklaus is headed back to the national stage – at the U.S. Amateur. The 43-year-old son of Jack Nicklaus claimed one of two berths from a U.S. Amateur qualifier earlier this month in Wellington,...
The Downswing Golf BlogAs originally proposed, the new qualifying avenue to distribute the final 50 PGA Tour memberships each year was to be a three-tournament series. Tuesday brought the announcement of those three events – plus a fourth yet to come. All with $1...
Hank Kuehne, the onetime PGA Tour bomber attempting a comeback after five years of back woes, will have to wait another year after falling one stroke shy of advancing from Plantation Preserve. And it may take a few days to get over it. The Palm Beach...
Tags: Sports, Jesper Parnevik, Golf, PGA Tour, Hank Kuehne
Staring at the possibility of a two-year road back to the PGA Tour, Daniel Chopra picked the right time to heat things up. The Isleworth pro birdied his final three holes to finish off a 6-under-par 66 at Southern Hills Plantation, booking passage to...
The Vanguard University women's soccer team, ranked No. 2 in the NAIA and coming off regular-season and tournament championships in the Golden State Athletic Conference, play host to Embry Riddle of Arizona in the opening round of the 32-team NAIA...
When Adam Hadwin left the course at TPC Craig Ranch, he had his fingers on a PGA Tour card for 2013. With the day’s final putt at the Web.com Tour Championship, though, the card was snatched from his grasp. James Hahn’s closing birdie...
Call Josh Broadaway the storm master. Or at least the conqueror of Hurricane Sandy’s chaos. The Georgia native completed a 3-under-par 69 on Sunday, becoming the only man to break 70 during all four rainy, windblown rounds of first-stage PGA Tour...
Tags: Sports, PGA Championship, Golf, Hurricane Sandy (2012), PGA Tour
Staff reports|TV SPORTS| NBA Basketball--New Orleans Hornets at Miami Heat, 7 p.m. (ESPN); Denver Nuggets at Phoenix Suns, 9:30 p.m. (ESPN) College Football--Cincinnati at Louisville, 7 p.m. (ESPN2) Men’s College Hockey--Alaska-Anchorage at North Dakota, 7:30...
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