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  • Woods aims for record ninth title at Firestone

    The Sports Xchange By Tom LaMarre, The Sports Xchange Woods aims for record ninth title at Firestone Tom Watson indicated at the Open Championship that Tiger Woods might have to make the FedEx Cup playoffs to earn one of his captain's pick for the...
  • Jonathan Toews and Patrick Kane: They shoot left but swing right

    Jonathan Toews and Patrick Kane: They shoot left but swing right
    Jonathan Toews brushes his teeth with his right hand. He throws a baseball right-handed. He plays golf as a righty, though not particularly well. But in the sport in which he earns his paycheck, the Blackhawks star blasts pucks from the left side....
  • On The Fly: Reason For Optimism With Tanaka

    Masahiro Tanaka, trying to rehab and avoid Tommy John surgery, was back on the mound for a bullpen session Saturday. His 25-pitch effort apparently went well. He won't be saving this season, whether he needs surgery or not, but the Yankees should be...
  • Caddie fighting cancer has star-studded support system

     Caddie fighting cancer has star-studded support system
    He answers to "Greg" and "Gregory," and if you're a pint-sized caddie under his direction at Sunset Ridge Country Club, "Mr. Kunkel" will do. Some call the hulking, 6-foot-3 redhead "Big Guy," and a note on his office door addresses him as "Uncle...
  • Kevin Sutherland shoots first 59 on Champions Tour

    (Reuters) - American Kevin Sutherland became the first player to shoot a magical 59 on the Champions Tour with a sizzling display of shot-making in Saturday's third round of the Dick's Sporting Goods Open in Endicott, New York. He became the first player...
  • Pro golfer aces par-4 hole from 279 yards

    From the tee box -- 279 yards away -- Tyler Raber watched his 3-wood drive bounce onto the green. He thought he heard it hit the flag stick. But as he walked up the fairway, his ball was nowhere to be seen. After scanning the green, Raber finally...
  • Saturday's multi-sport local roundup: Boo Williams' 17-and-under squad advances to Peach Jam semifinals, but 16U squad falls

    Basketball: The Boo Williams AAU program's top boys team, the 17-and-under group, earned a spot in Sunday morning's semifinals of the Nike Elite Youth Basketball League's Peach Jam -- which are televised on ESPNU -- with a pair of victories Saturday in...
  • John Deere Classic a big success in small market

     John Deere Classic a big success in small market
    Jordan Spieth was gassed. After playing four straight PGA Tour events and shooting a disheartening final-round 75 at the Memorial, Spieth flew from central Ohio to eastern Iowa, dodging thunderstorms along the way. Over breakfast the next day, the...
  • Father's Day gifts for golfing and outdoors dads

    If dad is into golf or the outdoors, it will be easy to make sure he has a happy Father’s Day with gifts he’ll cherish.   Socks might seem like a trite gift, but Kentwool golf socks (kentwoolsocks.com) will make dad’s day. They are...
  • Lexi Thompson, Meena Lee share lead at LPGA Championship

    Lexi Thompson and South Korea's Meena Lee shot six-under-66 on Thursday to share the first-round lead in the LPGA Championship, the fourth major championship of the season. Thompson, the Kraft Nabisco winner in April for her first major title, and Lee...
  • Golf doesn't interest as many as it used to

    Golf doesn't interest as many as it used to
    At places like Olde Homestead Golf Club, a soccer ball is helping bring people to the golf course. Since debuting last month at the club in New Tripoli, FootGolf has accounted for 25 percent of the revenue at Olde Homestead's nine-hole facility, general...
  • Woods Decides To Skip Ryder Cup

    Tiger Woods announced Wednesday evening on his website that he will not seek a spot on the U.S. Ryder Cup team because he needs time to rest and rehabilitate his injured back. "I've been told by my doctors and trainer that my back muscles need to be...