Walking away prematurely from the 2013 British Open at Muirfield, Rory McIlroy was about a million miles away from ever hoisting a claret jug.
“Brain dead” was the self-described term McIlroy used for the state of his game a year ago after missing the cut in the Open for the first time.
PINEHURST, N.C. – The first impressions from Lucy Li’s U.S. Women’s Open “peers” was pretty much summed up by two-time champion Meg Mallon when she saw the youngest qualifier in championship history on the practice range.
“I expected an 11-year-old and found a 9-year-old,” Mallon said.
PINEHURST, N.C. – The chapel bells played “Faith of Our Fathers” on Sunday as the leaders teed off in the U.S. Open. The regular tolling hymns and periodic train whistles are part of the magic that leaks into the soul of anyone who visits the charming village in the Carolina sandhills.
PINEHURST, N.C. – There was much point-missing going on at the U.S. Open – even more than usual.
There were the folks like Donald Trump who saw brown patches and scruffy waste areas on their HD televisions and decried Pinehurst No. 2 as ugly and unworthy of holding a major championship.
DEAL, England -- Garrick Porteous was crowned as the 2013 Amateur Champion at Royal Cinque Ports on Sunday after he defeated Finland’s Toni Hakula 6&5 in the 36-hole Final.
The 23-year-old became the first English winner of the Amateur Championship since Gary Wolstenholme in 2003 and staked a
The Atlantic Coast Conference presidents have agreed for the league to retain media rights for a school that leaves the conference.
The league said Monday each of the current and future schools has signed the deal, which is effective immediately.
The grant of rights means any school that
ORLANDO, Fla.— Tiger Woods figured it was worth going public about his relationship with Olympic ski champion Lindsey Vonn rather than having paparazzi make money off them.
The star athletes simultaneously posted messages on their Facebook pages this week to confirm they are dating.
ORLANDO, Fla.— Tom Watson is giving back one of his captain's picks for the Ryder Cup.
In his first big move since he was appointed U.S. captain last year, Watson said Wednesday he would take the top nine players off the Ryder Cup standings and select three players as captain's picks.