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  • Another landmark, males-only golf club considers admitting women

    Another landmark, males-only golf club considers admitting women
    First came Augusta National. Then the Royal & Ancient Golf Club. Now it seems that another landmark, males-only course might join the movement to admit women. Officials at Muirfield in Scotland, which is one of nine sites in the regular rotation for...
  • Bob Berney's Picturehouse Takes Distribution on Golfing Origin story

    Bob Berney's Picturehouse is in final negotiations for North American rights to "Tommy's Honor," a father and son story about the pioneers of modern-day professional golf and its 19th century beginnings at St. Andrews, Scotland. Wind Chill Media's Jim...
  • Phil Mickelson always keeps an Open mind

    Phil Mickelson always keeps an Open mind
    LA JOLLA — Time passes, Phil Mickelson heals and we forget. Mickelson wins a British Open and we have him again in our mind's eye as a 35-year-old, healthy and hearty, with lots of gas left in his golf tank. Actually, he will be 44 in June,...
  • Jordan Spieth hangs in there at Torrey Pines

    LA JOLLA — They were the last players to tee off Saturday. That made them the best Three Musketeers the Farmers Insurance Open had to offer. They were Stewart Cink (nine-under), Nicolas Colsaerts (eight-under) and Jordan Spieth (10-under). In...
  • Gary Woodland leads as Tiger Woods leaves

    Gary Woodland leads as Tiger Woods leaves
    LA JOLLA — On moving day Saturday in the Farmers Insurance Open, the field mostly moved backward. No one distanced himself from the struggling pack in the third round at Torrey Pines South, a golf course with U.S. Open rough and a knack for...
  • Phil Mickelson charges into second place tie at Scottish Open

    Phil Mickelson charges into second place tie at Scottish Open
    Heading into third-round play at the Scottish Open, Phil Mickelson stood in a tie for 13th place but liked his chances. "I'm in position where, if I get a hot round, I can make up ground," he said. "And I'm playing well enough to do it." Turns out...
  • Tiger Woods shares wise words from a meeting with Nelson Mandela

    In thirty years, when Tiger Woods is no longer able to hit it 320 and no longer has to answer questions about winning or not winning majors, he might have a moment of clarity on what golf has given him. The money will rate high, of course. The fame...
  • Lee Westwood leads British Open; Tiger Woods close

    Lee Westwood leads British Open; Tiger Woods close
    GULLANE, Scotland — Sunday at the British Open could bring one of the great three-way matchups in golf history: Tiger Woods versus British favorite son Lee Westwood versus a nightmare named Muirfield. Westwood smiled his way around the rough and...
  • At British Open, Miguel Angel Jimenez of Spain keeps things lively

    At British Open, Miguel Angel Jimenez of Spain keeps things lively
    GULLANE, Scotland — Could this British Open be the first golf major ever won by an old man who smokes a cigar and has yet to totally recover from a broken leg he got in a skiing accident? Or by someone who wears his hair in a ponytail, knows and...
  • The sweet torture of a British Open at Muirfield in Scotland

    The sweet torture of a British Open at Muirfield in Scotland
    All you need to know about the British Open is that you don't dare call it that when you are at one. You can get away with typing it in stories back to the States, but don't say it to the guy eating fish and chips at the next table. It is The Open...
  • Brandt Snedeker wins Canadian Open, thanks Hunter Mahan's wife

    Brandt Snedeker wins Canadian Open, thanks Hunter Mahan's wife
    Brandt Snedeker won the Canadian Open on Sunday for his second PGA Tour title of the year, closing with two-under 70 for a three-stroke victory at Oakville, Canada. Snedeker, who held on to finish with a 16-under total of 272 at Glen Abbey, took the...
  • Tiger Woods tests elbow at British Open course: 'It felt fine'

    Tiger Woods tests elbow at British Open course: 'It felt fine'
    If there were any doubts about Tiger Woods' determination to return from an elbow injury and play in the British Open this week, he pretty much put them to rest on Sunday. Stepping off an overnight flight to Scotland, Woods went directly to Muirfield...