• Donald Trump Sep 21, 2019

    Australia's Morrison at White House for Trump's Second State Visit

    A glittering crowd of American and Australian luminaries gathered under the stars in the White House Rose Garden on Friday, resolutely “celebrating” even as serious matters of national security and presidential politics combined to cast a cloud over President Donald Trump. Not long before the president and first lady Melania Trump stepped out of the White House front door and...

  • player Aug 25, 2019

    McIlroy Ends Season With a $15 Million Bang at East Lake

    Rory McIlroy marched to the 18th green Sunday at East Lake with victory in hand and $15 million in the bank. Even better was what he saw — and heard — behind him. The scene was all too familiar. The gallery ducked under the ropes and rushed to encircle the green to watch the finish of a class performance in...

  • United Kingdom Jul 21, 2019

    Lowry Wins British Open in Celebrated Return to Emerald Isle

    The outcome was never in doubt to just about everyone but Shane Lowry. A year ago, he sat in the parking lot at Carnoustie and cried after missing the cut in the British Open for the fourth straight year. Even with a four-shot lead Sunday at Royal Portrush, in a raging wind and pouring rain, Lowry kept telling his caddie...

  • Emilie Mutert Jun 13, 2019

    A Beautiful Course, a Beast of a US Open at Pebble Beach

    Tiger Woods and Jordan Spieth began the final day of U.S. Open preparation with a walk along the beach. No other U.S. Open has such a calming effect, especially the seven-hole stretch along the Pacific coast with sweeping views of sea lions basking on the rocks below the sixth green and people walking dogs on the seashore below the 10th...

  • CEO Jun 10, 2019

    USGA Hoping to Get Back to Old-Style US Open at Pebble Beach

    The stage is set for what should be the ideal U.S. Open at Pebble Beach, perhaps the most popular of all U.S. Open courses with its magnificent Pacific coastline and small greens, with its history of high drama and great champions. The fairways are roughly the same width as always at Pebble. The rough is lush and penal. The forecast...

  • CEO Jun 10, 2019

    USGA Hoping to Get Back to Old-Style US Open at Pebble Beach

    The stage is set for what should be the ideal U.S. Open at Pebble Beach, perhaps the most popular of all U.S. Open courses with its magnificent Pacific coastline and small greens, with its history of high drama and great champions. The fairways are roughly the same width as always at Pebble. The rough is lush and penal. The forecast...

  • San Diego Jan 28, 2019

    Top-Ranked Justin Rose Wins Farmers Insurance Open

    Justin Rose overcame a few nervous moments early with enough key putts down the stretch for a 3-under 69 and a two-stroke victory over Adam Scott in the Farmers Insurance Open on Sunday.

  • Florida May 16, 2018

    Glover's Wife Blames Attack on Mother-in-Law in 911 Call

    The wife of former U.S. Open champion Lucas Glover made the first call to 911 and claimed she was attacked by her mother-in-law, according to a tape of the call released Wednesday that provided another bizarre twist in the wife’s arrest on a domestic violence charge. Glover answered when the St. John’s Sheriff’s Office in Florida called back and said...

  • DRIVER Apr 5, 2018

    Masters Hype Unlike Any Other, Mainly Because of Tiger Woods

    Masters hype unlike any other, mainly because of Tiger Woods

  • Donald Trump Nov 28, 2017

    Tiger Woods Getting Strong Reviews in Return to Golf

    All eyes are on Tiger Woods and his return to golf, even the players he has to beat.

  • Donald Trump Sep 29, 2017

    Golfer Phil Mickelson Takes Epic Selfie With Obama, Bush and Clinton

    The start of the Presidents Cup gave golf a new Big Three — former Presidents Barack Obama, George W. Bush and Bill Clinton posing with players and wives on each team in an opening ceremony unlike any other. It was the first time the Presidents Cup — named after the highest office in the land — has had three U.S....

  • Facebook Sep 12, 2017

    Back-to-Back Storms in Georgia Mean Doing Repairs All Over

    New drywall, new insulation, repaired door frames and fresh paint — Joey Spalding was still finishing repairs at his home on Tybee Island nearly a year after it got flooded by Hurricane Matthew. The work still wasn’t done Monday when Tropical Storm Irma slogged across Georgia, triggering a storm surge that inundated much of the Atlantic beach community of 3,000...

  • player Aug 12, 2017

    Matsuyama, Kisner Tied for Lead at PGA Championship

    Most meaningful of all the text messages Hideki Matsuyama received last week was the one from Jason Day congratulating the Japanese star for his 61 in the final round at Firestone to win his second World Golf Championship. It read: “Congrats, mate. Unreal playing. See you next week.” Matsuyama looked just as unreal Friday at the PGA Championship, even before...

  • Donald Trump Jul 23, 2017

    Trump's New Message Man Deletes Inconvenient Tweets

    A day after accepting a top White House job, President Donald Trump’s new communications adviser announced Saturday that he’s deleting old tweets, saying his own views have evolved and that what he said in the past shouldn’t be a distraction. Trump announced Friday that he’d hired Wall Street financier Anthony Scaramucci to help the White House sharpen its public...

  • NBC Jul 22, 2017

    Spieth 1 Round Away From 3rd Leg of Grand Slam

    Jordan Spieth is one round away from the third leg of the career Grand Slam, and one year removed from a reminder that it won’t be easy. On the horizon is a chance to join Jack Nicklaus as the only players to win three different majors at age 23. In the past was his last time leading a major, when...

  • golf Jul 21, 2017

    Spieth Turns in a Beauty on a Nasty Day at British Open

    Jordan Spieth expected a rough time at the British Open before he even got to the golf course.
    He spent Friday morning at his rented house in front of the television, watching players battle a relentless wind at Royal Birkdale, all the while checking a forecast that was even worse for when he played in the afternoon.

  • bank Jul 14, 2017

    Hootie Johnson, Former Augusta National Golf Club Chairman, Dies

    Hootie Johnson, the South Carolina banker and Augusta National chairman who stubbornly stood his ground amid pressure for the club to invite female members, died Thursday morning. He was 86. Augusta National announced his death and celebrated the sweeping changes to the Masters during his eight years as chairman. But it was his battle with Martha Burk and her National...

  • Mexico Jun 20, 2017

    Mickelson, Longtime Caddie ‘Bones' Mackay to Part Ways

    Together for 25 years and more than 600 golf tournaments, Phil Mickelson and caddie Jim “Bones” Mackay are moving on. In a surprising email just two days after the U.S. Open that Mickelson didn’t play, they said the decision to part ways was mutual and not based on any one incident. “We just feel it’s the right time for a...

  • Europe Jun 19, 2017

    Brooks Koepka Caps a Record Week With US Open Title

    Brooks Koepka traveled around the world to find his game. He found stardom right at home as the U.S. Open champion....
    Koepka broke away from a tight pack with three straight birdies on the back nine Sunday at Erin Hills and closed with a 5-under 67 to win the U.S. Open for his first major championship. A par on the final...

  • California Jun 17, 2017

    The Wrong Kind of US Open History: Top 3 All Miss Cut

    Dustin Johnson, Rory McIlroy and Jason Day made the wrong kind of history at the U.S. Open. They’re all leaving early. For the first time since the Official World Golf Ranking began in 1986, Nos. 1, 2 and 3 all missed the cut in a major. Johnson capped off this collective failure with a late collapse on the back nine...

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