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  • Tiger Woods shares wise words from a meeting with Nelson Mandela

    Tiger Woods shares wise words from a meeting with Nelson Mandela
    In thirty years, when Tiger Woods is no longer able to hit it 320 and no longer has to answer questions about winning or not winning majors, he might have a moment of clarity on what golf has given him. The money will rate high, of course. The fame...
  • Aw, shucks! A small-town Southern Bubba charms the Masters again

    Aw, shucks! A small-town Southern Bubba charms the Masters again
    AUGUSTA, Ga. — The winner didn't raise his fists to the sky, he dropped his head to his knees. The winner didn't shout to the heavens, he wept into the shoulder of his wife. The winner didn't play precision golf or careful golf or even...
  • Phil Mickelson backs off on tough tax talk

    Phil Mickelson backs off on tough tax talk
    LA JOLLA — Phil Mickelson, an expert at applying backspin on the golf course, issued a statement clarifying comments he made Sunday indicating he might move out of California because of the state's income tax laws. "I'm like many Americans who are...
  • The holes seem to move at Muirfield, where things are going ka-putt

    The holes seem to move at Muirfield, where things are going ka-putt
    GULLANE, Scotland — I never thought it would come to this, but I'm starting to feel sorry for these pro golfers. First we had the recent U.S. Open at Merion and now this, the British chain-saw massacre at Muirfield. My hero and mentor, Jim Murray,...
  • Jordan Spieth, at 20, is sitting on top of the golf world

    Jordan Spieth, at 20, is sitting on top of the golf world
    AUGUSTA, Ga. — The man with the most continually shouted first name in golf will begin the final round of the Masters on Sunday in a final pairing with the most frightening of competitors. A 20-year-old kid who refuses to call him by his first...
  • Fred Couples' Masters is off to a vintage start

    Fred Couples' Masters is off to a vintage start
    AUGUSTA, Ga. — The old guy walks through the hallowed grounds, his hair gray, his golf shoes looking like white sneakers, his stare distant, and the gallery laughs. They're not laughing at Fred Couples, they're laughing with him. "Ah, Freddie,...
  • At British Open, Miguel Angel Jimenez of Spain keeps things lively

    At British Open, Miguel Angel Jimenez of Spain keeps things lively
    GULLANE, Scotland — Could this British Open be the first golf major ever won by an old man who smokes a cigar and has yet to totally recover from a broken leg he got in a skiing accident? Or by someone who wears his hair in a ponytail, knows and...
  • There will be plenty of hard-luck stories from the British Open

    There will be plenty of hard-luck stories from the British Open
    GULLANE, Scotland — Every major golf tournament has a distinctive quality. This one will be the year of following the bouncing ball at Muirfield. This could be the British Open remembered not so much by who won, as by who putted for eagle the most...
  • The sweet torture of a British Open at Muirfield in Scotland

    The sweet torture of a British Open at Muirfield in Scotland
    All you need to know about the British Open is that you don't dare call it that when you are at one. You can get away with typing it in stories back to the States, but don't say it to the guy eating fish and chips at the next table. It is The Open...
  • Phil Mickelson has an off day with a 76 at Masters

    Phil Mickelson has an off day with a 76 at Masters
    AUGUSTA, GA. — As the shadows lengthened, so did the scowls. The man with one of golf's most famous smiles angrily screamed, "Are you kidding?" The man with the gentlest of postures stiffened, turned his club upside down, and ground the grip...
  • Masters is so much more than golf, and that's the way it should be

    Masters is so much more than golf, and that's the way it should be
    AUGUSTA, Ga. — It was a quiet, nondescript moment deep in the pine trees at the end of a sunny practice round. It was a moment unspoiled by smartphones or smart alecks. It was the perfect Masters moment. At a spot where fans could cross the 18th...