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  • An upper hand Down Under?

    Greg Norman's final Presidents Cup picks did more than bolster the host nation's representation. He went for a true "home" advantage with his selection of Robert Allenby and Aaron Baddeley. Allenby grew up playing Royal Melbourne, nearly winning the 1991...
  • Beau Hossler taking fame in stride

    Beau Hossler taking fame in stride
    — If Tiger Woods is the star attraction and host of the AT&T National tournament beginning Thursday at Congressional Country Club, Beau Hossler is certainly high on the marquee. Golf fans — and plenty of others — now know Beau. A...
  • Golf: HdG native David Hutsell misses top 20 finish

    Golf: HdG native David Hutsell misses top 20 finish
    A year ago David Hutsell used a two-hole playoff to record his biggest golf tournament win ever in the 2011 PGA Professional National Championship in Hershey, Pa. This week, the Havre de Grace native and PGA director of instruction at Elkridge Club in...
  • Hurley heating up after Day 1 at AT&T National

    Hurley heating up after Day 1 at AT&T National
    — Billy Hurley III might be in his element at steamy Congressional Country Club for the AT&T National. Not only is the former Navy golfer playing close to where he grew up in Leesburg, Va. and where he now lives in Annapolis, but the triple-digit...
  • Former Navy golfer Billy Hurley III has career-best finish at AT&T National

    Former Navy golfer Billy Hurley III has career-best finish at AT&T National
    Billy Hurley III came into the AT&T National at Congressional Country Club having missed the cut in six of his previous seven PGA Tour events. A week playing before friends and family proved to be the perfect panacea for the former Navy standout. The 30-...
  • Crystal clear? Hardly

    The realization didn't hit Bill Haas until after he clambered onto the balcony next to East Lake's 18th green late Sunday. Two trophies flanked PGA Tour Commissioner Tim Finchem for the closing presentation. One was for the Tour Championship, which...
  • Afraid to swing and miss? Na

    Multiple choice question: The most memorable part of Kevin Na's year has been (a) his first PGA Tour victory, (b) the 16 he took on a hole at the Texas Open, or (c) the televised whiff that really wasn't a whiff. Talk about a mixed bag. Last week's...
  • Golf: Hutsell and others vying for Maryland Open title

    For the second time in a month, David Hutsell teed up his ball as defending champion Monday at the 91st Maryland Open, the state's top golf tournament for professionals and amateurs. This year's tournament is being contested at Old South Country Club in...
  • Tiger Woods can prove everyone wrong with win at Augusta

    Tiger Woods can prove everyone wrong with win at Augusta
    Nearly a year ago, I wrote that Tiger Woods could become the next Ken Griffey Jr., a transcendant athlete who turned mortal before rewriting the history books of their respective sports. Instead of breaking their sport’s most sacred record, they...
  • Who will be next Masters champion?

    Bloom will be on Rose Teddy Greenstein Chicago Tribune There are three types of players in the Masters field: The guys we know by a single name (Tiger, Rory, Phil, Sergio, Bubba), the ones whose names are somewhat difficult to spell (Graeme, Charl) and...
  • Commentary: Taking in some special moments in athletics

    The last few Thursday nights have presented the area girls basketball fan much to take in. I wrote about the previous two in last week's column, obviously before I took in yet another interesting girls basketball contest right here in Bel Air. I had...
  • Tiger Woods, if not nature, calls

    Tiger Woods, if not nature, calls
    I swore off 4:30 a.m. wakeup calls for the British Open two years ago, when Louie Oosthuizen introduced himself to the golfing world -- and me -- by winning at St. Andrews in a runaway. But back then, Tiger Woodswas in theĀ  midst of what seemed to be a...