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Steve Stricker liked the shape of his 6-iron on the par-3 eighth hole at Muirfield Village, a slight draw against a left-to-right wind with the ball headed toward the flag.
Golf has a new magic number.
Ernie Els certainly isn't the first person to chase appearance money overseas, a practice that has been going on before he was born. He's just given it the best definition.
PGA Tour stars Tiger Woods and Rickie Fowler will tee it up alongside NFL quarterbacks Tony Romo of the Dallas Cowboys and Sam Bradford of the St. Louis Rams in the Notah Begay Challenge.
They talk about cars and boats when they're out on the course, not golf. They exchange fist bumps as well as handshakes. Their idea of Masters history is 1997.
He plays like he's running late for his own wedding, hardly surprising because Rory McIlroy has always been in a hurry.
Jeremy Guthrie will start on opening night for the Baltimore Orioles in Tampa Bay on April 1.
Yuta Ikeda received an e-mail in the middle of the night about a massive earthquake in Japan, followed by a devastating tsunami that slammed the eastern coast near the city where he went to college.