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  • Cristie Kerr grabs No. 1 ranking in dominating style

     
    It would be difficult to come up with a more impressive way to wrest the No. 1 ranking than what Cristie Kerr displayed at this week's LPGA Championship. First off, use a major championship as the springboard. For good measure, win it in record-setting...
  • Maybe Obama's bracket needs bailout

    Rewinding the week that was, in which the greatest three weeks in sports tipped off (though I'm already sick of those Howie Long commercials), Dave Leitao was shown the door at Virginia (cue the inevitable Tubby Smith rumors), and a call finally went...
  • Strokes of brilliance: Phillip Choi and Carlie Yadloczky top the leaderboard

    Circle Christian's Phillip Choi and Lake Howell's Carlie Yadloczky came into this season with the same goal -- a state championship -- but they were in completely different situations. Choi, the defending 1A individual champ, was the protector, doing his...
  • U.S. Open qualifier teed up for Oakmont

    GLENDALE — For 90 golfers, the road to qualify for the 110th United States Open Championship begins Monday in Glendale. The field, which will include a dozen area residents looking to make their inaugural appearance in the prestigious championship,...
  • Annika Sorenstam gives grants to Orange schools

  • New Florida Hospital program tackles childhood obesity with unique approach

    New Florida Hospital program tackles childhood obesity with unique approach
    In Central Florida, where one out of every three kids is overweight, obesity is a hot, and deadly, topic. Today, Florida Hospital for Children will announce the opening of a one-of-a-kind initiative to treat obese children — and those in danger...
  • International Bowling Campus, Hall of Fame open in Arlington

    International Bowling Campus, Hall of Fame open in Arlington
    Arlington's newest sporting gem doesn't have a diamond or a blue star, but it does have plenty of bowling lanes. Officials hope the city's latest attraction can be the new year-long kingpin for its budding entertainment district. "It's changed the make-...
  • Minus the LPGA tournament this week, all's quiet at Kingsmill

    Minus the LPGA tournament this week, all's quiet at Kingsmill
    Today would have been the first round of the eighth Michelob Ultra Open at Kingsmill. Moreover, the LPGA tournament would have marked the 30th consecutive year of professional golf at the resort's River Course along the James. A touch shy of three...
  • March 11, 2010: Mike Krzyzewski still enthusiastic after all these years

    March 11, 2010: Mike Krzyzewski still enthusiastic after all these years
    Noblesse oblige. Two words seem a preposterous start. Two words, French at that, to begin unveiling basketball's most famous active coach, a hard-boiled, military-trained CEO addicted to the privileges, rewards and burdens of leadership. Noblesse...
  • 'It's hard to say goodbye' to Kingsmill

    At least the burial was proper. Anheuser-Busch InBev could have terminated the LPGA Tour's seven-year run at Kingsmill with a faceless press release — in Dutch even — or an awkward teleconference. Instead, brewery officials summoned...
  • ARCHIVE: Closing time for LPGA at Kingsmill

    ARCHIVE: Closing time for LPGA at Kingsmill
    — In announcing that his company was not renewing the Michelob Ultra Open at Kingsmill, Anheuser-Busch executive Dan McHugh had nothing but praise for the most-popular event on the LPGA Tour. The winner's purse, the fifth largest on the tour this...
  • Kingsmill timeline

    Kingsmill timeline
    PGA and LPGA at Kingsmill timeline 1981 — The PGA begins its 22-season run at Kingsmill with the $300,000 Anheuser-Busch Golf Classic. John Mahaffey beats Andy North by two strokes to win the $54,000 first prize. 1986 — Fuzzy Zoeller,...