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The San Diego Union-Tribune
Greatest golfers in U.S. Open history
Remarkably, Hogan's four U.S. Open victories came in a six-year stretch. The most unlikely, of course, was the "Miracle at Merion" in 1950, when Hogan won only 16 months after being severely injured in a car accident.
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Mon Mar 10, 2014
Skyline Country Club Members and Residents Band Together to Save Club
The Club's members made contributions to pay off the Club's debt, make improvements to the Club's facilities and develop a working capital reserve.
New York Post
Reed, not Woods, shows closer mentality
Patrick Reed, emulating Woods' Sunday final-round wardrobe by wearing a red shirt and black slacks for the most important occasion of his sky-rocketing career, channeled his inner Tiger in Sunday's WGC-Cadillac Championship final round at Trump National Doral, capturing his third win since August.
Sun Mar 09, 2014
The Orlando Sentinel
Even non-golfing geeks have place in their hearts for Arnie
I'll confess to being pretty clueless about many sports icons, but Arnold Palmer, now 84, seems in a class all by himself, especially in Orlando.
Frost returns to NBCC
The last time someone shot as low as David Frost did at the Toshiba Classic, his name was Jay Haas and he went on to nearly become the first player to repeat at the Champions Tour event at Newport Beach Country Club.
Fri Mar 07, 2014
KESQ-TV Palm Desert
Local country club comes together to raise money for cancer
Every year, William Bowman plays golf for his uncle, Art. "A cool guy. As soon as you met him you liked him.
Thu Mar 06, 2014
Titleist honors Victor Dubuisson's desert heroics with cactus-stamped wedge
Victor Dubuisson was runner-up to Jason Day in last month's Accenture Match Play Championship, but his display of short-game wizardry from Dove Mountain's prickly Saguaro in overtime won the formerly anonymous Frenchman new fans worldwide and, on Wednesday, a customized, cactus-stamped wedge from Massachusetts-based Titleist.
Wed Mar 05, 2014
The Washington Post
Whata s the physical cost?
At his peak, Tiger Woods was the greatest golfer ever. He owns scoring records and margin-of-victory marks in major championships that outshine anyone.
The Orlando Sentinel
Arnold Palmer: Golf Channel promises definitive film
Golf Channel says that a three-night, three-hour documentary on Arnold Palmer will offer the definitive look at the admired golfer.
Fields: Dubuisson adjusting to limelight
Seemingly possessing the talent to be France's best male golfer in a century, Victor Dubuisson is slowly adjusting to the limelight Whether Victor Dubuisson will amount to a modern-day Arnaud Massy, the two Frenchmen share some common bonds.
Tue Mar 04, 2014
Anna Maria Islander Newspaper
Beloved Beach Bistro Patron Tony Jacklin Renews His Wedding Vows
One of our most esteemed Beach Bistro patrons, golf icon Tony Jacklin, made international headlines recently when HELLO! magazine featured his love story.
What's Behind the PGA Tour's Youth Movement?
Such a thing happens in all sports as the passage of time makes it necessary for one generation of stars to slide gracefully from the spotlight to allow room for the new stars to move in.
Sat Mar 01, 2014
Young golfers expected to be strong at RBC
The PGA Tour drops anchor on Hilton Head Island for the 46th time next month, and the tournament represents a model for longevity.
Fri Feb 28, 2014
Tiger Woods, The Monsters He Created, And Why He Won't Catch Jack Nicklaus
In sports, and maybe in life, if you're really good, sometimes you create the monster that kills you.
Thu Feb 27, 2014
The Highest-Paid Retired Athletes
Sports Illustrated published a startling expose five years ago on the financial health of retired athletes.
Wed Feb 26, 2014
Tough conditions mean managing any golf is something to boast about
The poor weather is still with us and golf is becoming a very elusive game to play.
Tue Feb 25, 2014
Ranking the Best Golf Tournaments That Aren't Major Championships
The tour has long had rules, regulations and standards that individual tournaments must follow and achieve, but those became virtually irrelevant when those tournaments started making upgrades to their operations, their courses, their player services and just about everything else related to the event.
The real PGA Tour season begins at the Honda Classic
About 10 years ago, I was giving a talk to a room full of sponsors at the Honda Classic and I said I thought the PGA Tour should require every player to play each event at least once in a four-year cycle.
Mon Feb 24, 2014
Impact: A funny man with a forgotten passion for golf
The last time Jackie Gleason's name was officially connected to the PGA Tour event that is now the Honda Classic was 1980, eight years after the popular entertainer lent his celebrity status to help start Jackie Gleason's Inverrary Classic.
Game of golf tough enough without guilt
Or maybe, there's a much more innocent explanation -- not knowing the situation.