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  • It's a different Tiger Woods at Royal Liverpool

    HOYLAKE, England It was a day of nostalgia and hope for Tiger Woods, returning to the scene of a victory that touched his emotions and the possibility his best days are not necessarily in the past. Woods seemed almost a sympathetic figure Tuesday as he...
  • Scott hopes for third time lucky after two British Open near-misses

    Scott hopes for third time lucky after two British Open near-misses
    World No. 1 Adam Scott has left no stone unturned in the build-up to this week's British Open as he strives to make it third time lucky after two successive near-misses at golf's oldest major championship. The Australian finished tied third behind winner...
  • Back surgery gives Tiger fresh perspective

    Back surgery gives Tiger fresh perspective
    HOYLAKE, England -- Tiger Woods' back operation in March robbed the former world No. 1 of a quarter of the golf season, but at least it has given him a fresh outlook on his career. The 14-time major champion will be making his second competitive...
  • Sports TV and radio: Thursday's 7/17 log (updated Wednesday AM)

    4 a.m.    Golf: British Open first round (at Royal Liverpool).--ESPN 6 a.m.    Tennis: Men’s bet-at-home Open round of 16(in Hamburg, Germany).--Tennis Ch. 8 a.m.    Cycling: Tour de France stage 12 (Bourg-en-Bresse to Saint-Etienne).--NBCSN 9 a.m. ...
  • Tiger Woods says only first place is acceptable

    Tiger Woods says only first place is acceptable
    Tiger Woods was introspective. He was friendly. He was defiant. But was he ready? It was Tuesday before a major, this week's British Open at Royal Liverpool. It was Tiger Talks Day. He meets the media and gives an update on perhaps the current...
  • Watch the birdies? No, watch the Tiger, says Watson

    HOYLAKE England (Reuters) - After missing the U.S. Masters and the U.S. Open following a back operation, Tiger Woods returns to major championship action at this week's British Open and once again he is the hot topic of conversation. The 38-year-old...
  • R&A chief Dawson defends club after sexism row

    HOYLAKE England (Reuters) - Chief executive Peter Dawson jumped to the defense of the Royal and Ancient Golf Club on Wednesday after the bastion of male exclusivity came under fire from the female principal of St Andrews University. The famous club in St...
  • Golf: Donald under the radar but still chasing Open first

    HOYLAKE England (Reuters) - The bad rounds don't feel as bad and the tough ones are easier to handle these days for Luke Donald but before anyone believes the Englishman has lost his hunger to win a long-awaited major – think again. With two...
  • Kuchar keeping good company as he seeks Open secret

    HOYLAKE England (Reuters) - American Matt Kuchar is not one to shy away from seeking tips. His majestic short game owes much to chats he once shared as an aspiring pro with the likes of chipping masters Lee Trevino and Ray Floyd. It would be a surprise...
  • Tiger ready to shake up golfing world - Jacklin

    HOYLAKE England (Reuters) - Former British Open champion Tony Jacklin took a leaf out of the great Muhammad Ali's book on Wednesday by declaring that Tiger Woods could be ready to shock the golfing world at this week's British Open. Many pundits have...
  • World Cup fever no automatic game changer for MLS

    TORONTO (Reuters) - The World Cup delivered a seductive sales pitch for soccer to the United States but marketing experts warn it remains to be seen just how many Americans have been sold on the sport enough to invest their time and money on Major...
  • Defending champ Phil Mickelson eager to uncork new British Open effort

    British Open week began here Monday with casual practice rounds and casual chatter. As is only fair, last year's champion, Phil Mickelson, got to chatter the most. He said he was not discouraged about playing poorly ever since he won that title at...