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  • His dream takes a little detour

    This week's AT&T National will be Erik Compton's 29th start on the PGA Tour, on which his unique story — twice a heart-transplant recipient — has made him a frequent recipient of sponsor's exemptions over the last decade. There's a...
  • Weekend cameo is fit for King

    Betsy King is having golf nightmares again, like the one in which a tree is hindering her backswing — on the first tee. Or where she's trying to hack out from a locker. "That was the one thing nice about retirement," quipped the 55-year-old Hall of...
  • Bad way to make splash

    In golf parlance, bodies of water are classified as "hazards." And, we've come to learn, not only for wayward shots. For Thomas Levet, a French Open victory leap turned into a British Open withdrawal when doctors told him his broken shin requires...
  • Who is the best golfer in the world today?

    It's still Tiger and Phil Bill Dwyre Los Angeles Times The best golfer in the world is at home in Florida with ice packs on his bad knee. Battling for 1-A are Phil Mickelson, Rory McIlroy, Luke Donald, Lee Westwood and Steve Stricker. We...
  • LPGA Futures event set for Frederick

    The LPGA Futures Tour announced Tuesday that it has added a tournament to its 2012 schedule in Frederick. The Challenge at Musket Ridge will be held Aug. 20-26 at Musket Ridge Golf Club. The inaugural event will be the only current women's professional...
  • Rookie Bradley riding high OR Rookie enjoying good life

    "Pretty unbelievable." That's how Keegan Bradley, 25, sums up his exceptional rookie year on the PGA Tour as the golfer heads to Southern California this week for Tiger Woods' charity tournament, formally known as the Chevron World Challenge. A year ago...
  • Column: Remembering why I love baseball, and learning to enjoy the little things

    While watching a National Geographic special titled "Stress" the other day, I was struck by what a scientist offered up on the busy-busier-busiest lives of modern humans. The scientist in question, a primatologist who's been studying African monkey...
  • Hall of Fame inductees share their love of sport with others

    Hall of Fame inductees share their love of sport with others
    The Howard County Women's Athletics Hall of Fame was established in 1997. Tara Everly, Joan Lovelace, Erica McCauley, Alisha Mosley and Elise Ray join the 59 men and women who have previously been inducted. Everly was a three-sport athlete at Oakland...
  • Robert H. Schuh, pro golfer

    Robert H. Schuh, a golf pro who owned and operated Pleasant Valley Golf Course in Stewartstown, Pa., died Sunday of heart failure at Stella Maris Hospice in Timonium. He was 78 and lived in Baldwin. The son of a banker and a homemaker, Robert Hall Schuh...
  • 4 old LPGA stops are new again

    They're half a world away, but the enthusiasm greeting the start of the LPGA's 63rd season appears as high as any time in recent memory. The season opener comes Thursday at the Women's Australian Open, one of five new events for 2012 — though "new"...
  • For Finchem, 4 more years

    Back when PGA Tour Commissioner Tim Finchem turned 60, conventional wisdom suggested he would navigate one more difficult TV negotiation before leaving the enterprise for one of his deputies. That was four years ago. The TV deals — a surprising...
  • Has women's soccer gained any respect?

    Buzz won't last long Grahame L. Jones Los Angeles Times Consider the koi, a suitable comparison because Japan won the Women's World Cup. It now and then rises to the surface for a gulp of air, then sinks again into the depths. So it is with women's...