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In a story Oct. 9 about the World Amateur Team Championship, The Associated Press incorrectly quoted former USGA executive director David Fay as saying Vijay Singh "couldn't break 90" when he was 17 years old. Fay said Singh "couldn't break 80."
The best measure of how much golf is growing around the world can be found in Turkey, of all places.
Tiger Woods sure didn't look intimidated Thursday in the Tour Championship.
Bikini season may be over, but this is no time to tone down the workout. Many of the styles on the runway at New York Fashion Week flash a bit of skin here or there: bare midriffs, cutout backs, keyhole necklines.
It's not the big money, must-attend event it once was, but the LPGA Tour is back on the River Course at Kingsmill this week, and for many, it's a return to one of their favorite stops on tour.
The four-star general who headed U.S. Africa Command used military vehicles to shuttle his wife shopping and to spas, and billed the government for a refueling stop overnight in Bermuda, where the couple stayed in a $750 suite, a Defense Department investigation has found.
Think all grasses are the same? Not for the world's best golfers at the PGA Championship. Many won't be sure what they're facing with The Ocean Course's paspalum surfaces.
The war of words over Mitt Romney's taxes amped up Sunday, as Republicans lashed out at Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid and accused him of lying about his claim that the presumed Republican presidential candidate hasn't paid any taxes in the past 10 years.
Charlie Sheen says he's not insane anymore.