| Apr 11, 2010
| 4:33 PM
Tiger Woods should look on the bright side: Because of those five bogeys he made Saturday, he has a chance to break new ground. Woods never has come from behind on the final day to win a major championship. Until......
| Oct 28, 2010
Businessman helped build Shoal Creek Country Club
Hall Thompson, 87, a prominent Alabama business leader who developed Shoal Creek Country Club but sparked controversy two decades ago with comments about the admission of blacks as members,...
| May 8, 2011
Seve Ballesteros, the dashing, audacious force of golfing nature who zoomed from a fishing village in northern Spain to five major titles, No. 1 in the world and a pioneer's role in golf's European surge of the 1980s, died early Saturday. He was 54....
| Mar 5, 2011
Directed TV and film, including 'Mary, Queen of Scots'
Charles Jarrott, 83, a British film and TV director best known for the Hal Wallis productions "Anne of the Thousand Days" and "Mary, Queen of Scots," died Friday at the Motion...
| Sep 11, 2011
As I drove away from South Carolina's sea islands, I found myself saying aloud, "If I ever get to heaven, I hope it's a little bit like Kiawah."
It wasn't the golf. I don't play, but I respect the five courses created by master designers, the toughest of...
| Dec 14, 2009
| 4:32 PM
Tiger Woods isn't the only who is going to take a financial hit for his indiscretions. Odds are the broadcast and cable networks that count on him for big ratings will also feel his pain, at least in the near......
| May 16, 2009
Golfer Bob Rosburg, who won the 1959 PGA Championship and later capitalized on his golfing skills as one of the first TV announcers to rove the course along with the players, died Thursday at Desert Regional Medical Center in Palm Springs. He was 82....