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Is your dad like Ben in "Knocked Up"--the clueless-but-sweet sort? Or is he more of a Tony Soprano type--overprotective and controlling, but well intentioned? (Tony pistol whipped Coco to defend Meadow's honor--so sweet!) Either way, we've found options...
Tags: U.S. Open (golf), Golf, Foods and Beverages, Sports, Firearms
CROMWELL, Conn. (AP) - Stewart Cink says he believes golfers need to more in tough economic times to support corporations that have made a commitment to the PGA Tour. Cink was in Cromwell on Monday to promote June's Travelers Championship, where he is...
The Business of Sports | Sun-Sentinel BlogsIt???s unclear what effect the Securities and Exchange Commission charging R. Allen Stanford with fraud this week will have on the dozens of sports sponsorships held by Stanford Financial Group, including several prominent ones in South Florida....
Tags: Golf, Government, Baseball, Houston Astros, Sony Corp.
WatchdogThe Golf Channel has adopted an understated approach to its coverage of Tiger Wood's return this afternoon. Just kidding. It is taking an approach comparable to the coverage of the Apollo 11 crew's return to Earth. NBC, which will produce......
Tags: Golf, U.S. Open (golf), Multi-Sport Events, Sports, Ben Hogan
Dining@Large...and you only get it IF you win the Masters. Of course, this is coming from someone, me, who loves food and doesn't consider golf a sport. (Bucky's definition of sport is considerably broader. If you can drink beer while you do......
Tags: Golf, Foods and Beverages, Sports, Ben Crenshaw, Nick Faldo
The LPGA Tour played to form Thursday at Kingsmill, which translates to a veritable Embassy Row leaderboard. Mexico, Australia by way of Great Britain, Finland and South Korea. Japan, Norway, the United States and Texas — the Lone Star State is...
Tags: Golf, Multi-Sport Events, Andre Agassi, Se Ri Pak, Sports
The Hartford CourantRocco Mediate remembered the chuckles and the verbal barbs from his peers when he first used a long putter 12 years ago. He didn't care because standing more upright reduced the pain in his back, caused by countless hours of practice with a conventional...
Tribune golf reporterThe area's big tournaments have found the key to attracting Tiger Woods and Annika Sorenstam: They win here. Golfers traditionally return to venues where they have enjoyed success. Well, it is hard arguing against Woods' track record at Cog Hill and...
Tags: Golf, U.S. Open (golf), Multi-Sport Events, Sports, Rich Beem
Tribune golf reporterThe first two Masters titles were all about history. Tiger Woods' green jacket in 1997 focused on breaking barriers, marking the first player of color to win at Augusta National. His second title in 2001 completed the Tiger Slam by becoming the only...
Tags: Golf, U.S. Open (golf), Sports, Gary Player, Retief Goosen
Tribune golf reporterThe U.S. Open will attract golf fans from 26 countries. They will be making the journey from places such as Brazil, New Zealand, China and South Africa. However, if you live just outside the gates of Olympia Fields Country Club, and you don't have a...
Tags: Golf, U.S. Open (golf), Graham Marsh, Sports, Retief Goosen
Sun StaffBUILD IT, AND THEY shall come. That's what world renowned golf designer Pete Dye was told when plans were formulated for Bulle Rock golf course. Seven years after it opened, this high-end public facility in historic Havre de Grace is widely rated the...
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