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The Fabulous ForumPhil Mickelson took advantage of an early start to be one of the big movers on Saturday during the third round of The Players Championship at Ponte Vedra Beach, Fla. Mickelson, who can claim the No. 1 ranking in the......
The Downswing Golf BlogFred Funk, making his final Players Championship appearance on the exemption he earned for winning the 2005 crown, isn't ready to fade into the Sawgrass sunset. After grinding like mad to make yesterday's cut on the number, the 53-year-old veteran went...
Web ReporterBernhard Langer waited much of Friday morning for the soupy fog on the Sammamish Plateau to finally lift. He spent the evening waiting for someone to make a charge up the leaderboard. In between, Langer put himself in position for a second consecutive...
Web ReporterAfter two beautiful days at TPC Snoqualmie Ridge, the winner of the Seahawks Cup was determined in a tough competition in the Seahawks Pro-Am. Paired with Gary Hallberg on Wednesday and Mike Hulbert on Thursday, the team from Comcast/Golf Channel...
Tags: Hudson River, Golf, Boeing Co., PGA Tour, FedEx Corporation
Web ReporterWalking up the 18th hole, Mark O'Meara couldn't avoid the giant video board replaying Loren Roberts' tee shot on the 17th, his ball bouncing into the fringe behind the hole, somehow wiggling from the longer grass to gently slide 5 feet from the cup....
Tags: Dan Forsman, Hal Sutton, Boeing Co., Golf, PGA Tour
SENIOR PLAYERS CHAMPIONSHIP At Timonium Final round, par 70 D.A. Weibring, $390,000 67-70-66-68 - 271 Fred Funk, $228,800 66-68-72-66 - 272 Ben Crenshaw, $156,000 67-66-74-66 - 273 Nick Price, $156,000 70-66-66-71 - 273 Jeff Sluman, $156,...
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....
Tags: Clubs and Associations, Golf, Greg Norman, Byron Nelson, Sports
From Times Staff and Wire ReportsLindsey Vonn had one of the biggest victories of her career Saturday, easily winning the most prestigious downhill of the women's World Cup circuit. Vonn, of Vail. Colo., covered the 1.75-mile Olympia delle Tofane course at Cortina d'Ampezzo, Italy, in 1...
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