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Tiger Woods is still the best player in the world by a good margin, but that superiority hasn't translated into a major victory in a half decade.
When pro golf pitches its air-conditioned tents near Philadelphia - at the U.S. Open at Merion Golf Club, for example - Ernie Els, two-time U.S. Open champ and 2012 British Open winner, stops by the Newtown Square offices of SAP AG, the software maker that has paid him to promote its brand for the last 10 years.
Of all the great players who have competed at Oak Hill Country Club through the decades, none has a more dichotomous history with the East Course than Curtis Strange.
JACK Nicklaus, displaying the vast talent and iron will that made him golf's incomparable champion, ground out a last-round 68 in Springfield, New Jersey and secured what may be the most welcome of all his titles, a record-matching fourth US Open crown.
The Jacksonville resident who recently finished his college career at the University of North Florida, won and squared his singles matches by rallying from big deficits at the Wilmington Country Club.
Golf courses that get the honor of hosting a U.S. Open are obviously several cuts above the thousands of other sites that would love to do so.
Lam Chun-fai, a master of Southern Chinese kung fu style, Hung Kuen, is the first of the kung fu masters to publish a fighting manual in English.
Adam Scott's efforts to add a 2013 U.S. Open title to his career-making Masters triumph was doomed even before he arrived at 's signature event isn't possible, it just turns out you have to be an immortal golfer to accomplish it.
Tiger Woods, Jack Nicklaus, Arnold Palmer, Ben Hogan all of them exceptional golfers, but not one of them are on the level of Cape Fear Country Club head pro Joey Hines.
Chris Martens, retired senior producer for ESPN and noted golf and baseball historian, traveled to the golf course community of Carolina Colours in New Bern, NC on May 24, 2013 to share his personal experiences of working with golf legends.
Legendary PGA golfer Billy Casper will join local golfers June 24 at Orchard Valley Golf Course in Aurora to support the 19th annual Golf For Kids Benefit Outing, the annual Fox Valley Park District fund-raiser to help assist deserving youth golfers.
That simple statement is an important part of the legacy Jerry Rich envisions for his Rich Harvest Farms golf course in Sugar Grove.
Some weeks he carries two drivers and other weeks, like this one, no drivers. He skips the Match Play event in Arizona frequently because his kids are out of school that week so he takes the family on a vacation.
JUNE 11: Tiger Woods of the United States catches a golf ball on the practice ground during a practice round prior to the start of the 113th U.S. Open at Merion Golf Club on June 11, 2013 in Ardmore, Pennsylvania.