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  • Shaky Start, But Solid Finish Keeps Steele In Contention

    Shaky Start, But Solid Finish Keeps Steele In Contention
    CROMWELL — On Thursday, Brendan Steele was scrambling to prepare five minutes before his 7:20 a.m. start in the first round of the Travelers Championship. He wound up shooting an 8-under-par 62 to claim the lead. There was no last-minute drama as...
  • Lists, Trivia And Fun Facts From Round 2 Of The Travelers

    The Daily List: Playing Hooky A lot of golf fans obviously took the day off from work Friday, because attendance at TPC River Highlands was terrific. The first sign that Round 2 would be played in front of large galleries? The traffic jam that extended a...
  • Immelman's Cool Shot, Other Tidbits From Day 1 Of Travelers

    The Daily List: Eagle Time Shot of the tournament so far: Trevor Immelman's second on the par-5 13th. After a perfect drive, Immelman hit it 246 yards with a 3-wood into the cup for a double eagle. That put Immelman at 4-under through four holes, but...
  • Travelers Draws A Top Field After U.S. Open

    Travelers Draws A Top Field After U.S. Open
    CROMWELL — One of the tougher, if not the toughest, weeks to attract top PGA Tour players to a tournament should be right after the U.S. Open. The physical and mental demands of the 72-hole grinder often result in players seeking an immediate...
  • Scott Langley Takes Lead In Round 2 Of The Travelers Championship

    Scott Langley Takes Lead In Round 2 Of The Travelers Championship
    CROMWELL — Scott Langley shot a 5-under-par 65 in the second round of the Travelers Championship Friday morning, climbing to the top of the leaderboard with a two-day score of 129 at sunny TPC River Highlands. Langley is one shot in front of...
  • Observations On The Field

    Observations On The Field
    Will one of the "Golf Boys" win? Bubba Watson, the 2010 champion; Hunter Mahan, who won in 2007; and Ben Crane, winner of the FedEx St. Jude Classic this year, are paired in the 7:50 a.m. tee time off No. 10 in the first round Thursday. They are members...
  • Tee To Green

    The Daily List 1. "It's therapeutic for me to tell my story," Erik Compton said, so he told it again Tuesday at a late-morning press conference. Compton, who has had two heart transplants, tied for second place at the U.S. Open last week, a career and...
  • Top-Flight Tournament Swings Into Cromwell

    It's time to take a break from the debate about moving a minor league baseball team from New Britain to Hartford and focus on a truly big-league event in central Connecticut: the Travelers Championship. The professional golf event is in Cromwell this...
  • Anticlimactic as it was, a star was born at U.S. Open: Martin Kaymer

    Anticlimactic as it was, a star was born at U.S. Open: Martin Kaymer
    Sunday's final round of the U.S. Open golf tournament was a long afternoon march to the obvious. Martin Kaymer of Germany won. Golf fans had probably figured that out by Friday. Rounds three and four Saturday and Sunday were merely exercises in...
  • Kaymer enters Sunday with 5-shot lead in US Open

    PINEHURST, N.C. Martin Kaymer knows how to win on golf's biggest stages. Sunday, he gets a chance to do it again. Kaymer, a former world No. 1 who has been in control of the U.S. Open since Thursday's opening round, takes a five-shot lead into Sunday'...
  • Kaymer Falters, But Still Holds 5-Shot Lead At U.S. Open

    PINEHURST, N.C. — The inevitable hiccups finally arrived for Martin Kaymer late Saturday afternoon at the U.S. Open. Early in his third round, Kaymer's leisurely championship march had veered into dangerous territory. The 29-year-old German had...
  • No records, but Kaymer keeps comfortable US Open lead

    PINEHURST, N.C. There would be no scoring records Saturday at the U.S. Open. For Martin Kaymer, who entered the day with the lowest two-round score in the history of the majors (130) and a six-shot lead, it was a day of survival. The German putted a...