What kind of art do British politicians like?
It's a tricky question for a British politician _ which of the government's thousands of pieces of art do you put on your wall?
Four of the biggest names in American golf history played a round together Tuesday to commemorate the opening of a new course in one of Michigan's most impoverished communities.
When Mark Calcavecchia pulled into the TPC Twin Cities course parking lot and saw his name on a sign with "Champions Tour" above it, he felt he was at the right place.
Bernhard Langer was more than willing to be the villain if it meant winning the U.S. Senior Open.
Tom Watson put one hand on the Swilcan Bridge, bent over and kissed the ancient stones.
This year, it's Mark Calcavecchia doing the old guys proud.
The Old Course was defenseless and no one took advantage of it more than Rory McIlroy. The 21-year-old from Northern Ireland tied the major championship record Thursday by shooting a 9-under 63 in the opening round of the British Open.
In the 137 years since the British Open first came to St. Andrews, the Old Course rarely has been such a pushover. Rarer still was the score Rory McIlroy delivered.