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The Court of Arbitration for Sport says it will rule on tennis player Robert Kendrick's doping ban appeal before the U.S. Open.
Steve Stricker had a shot at history and Tiger Woods made some of his own.
Rory McIlroy looked at his ball, resting against a tree root, and decided to take a whack at it.
Several PGA professionals gathered around the tee on the first hole at Atlanta Athletic Club, breaking into applause when one of their own hit the fairway with his opening tee shot Thursday.
Paul Goydos was among the first to arrive Thursday morning at the PGA Championship, hopeful that his long day doesn't end without him getting to play in the final major of the year.
Lee Westwood is trying as hard as ever to win a major, the missing piece to what has turned into a stellar career.
Tiger Woods stepped from behind a microphone, thankful to be done with a short interview that felt like an intrusion. He took 23 questions, most of them about his golf, a few others about his left leg, then walked off without looking at anyone.
Donald Young's 22nd birthday was a little more than a week ago, and his tennis career has not taken off the way he _ and plenty of others _ figured it would when he turned pro as a teen in 2004.
Mardy Fish withdrew from the Legg Mason Tennis Classic on Monday, citing a bruised right heel, leaving the tournament without the top two American men.