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Olympic Games will include golf, if one cares to tune in and watch

July 24, 2016 When the Olympic Games begin a couple of weeks from now in Rio, golf will be on the list of sports people can enjoy watchin. more »»

He’s still the People’s Champ, but with a caveat

July 16, 2016 TROON, Scotland (AP) — As Phil Mickelson struts around Royal Troon, positioning himself to make a run at a sixth major championship, there’s no doubt he remains the People’s Champion. more »»

After some tough years, Hada made ’Berg a winner

July 16, 2016 The resignation of Heidelberg softball coach Betsy Hada brought back memories of the day she was hired in 2008. I was driving somewhere when my phone rang. more »»

Bridging the generations through the game of golf at Seneca Hills

July 16, 2016 Have you seen those puzzles that show you five pictures and ask you to find the one that doesn’t belong? You will see an apple, a pear, an orange, a banana and a puppy. more »»

TWIG — A PGA cancellation, a woman’s major and local controversy

July 10, 2016 Let’s start with the PGA Tour. If you were wondering where the men were playing this week, the answer is nowhere. more »»

Dustin Johnson in a major tournament means a rules controversy

July 2, 2016 All sports competition has to have rules. Without them most games would likely result in anarchy. more »»

Rio Olympics likely to surpass local expectations

June 29, 2016 June 2016 may best be remembered for the Cavs' run in ending Cleveland's championship drought. more »»

Seneca County League Athletic reunion may include a golf scramble

June 25, 2016 By Al Stephenson Last January I wrote about a planned reunion for former varsity sports participants of the old Seneca County League. more »»

Cavs give something to believe in, even if it is unbelievable

June 21, 2016 Now that Cleveland’s championship drought is over, now that the Cavaliers won the NBA title, I have a question: Is this real? Did this actually happen? It shouldn’t have. History said s. more »»

Some local water hazards to look out for during a round of golf

June 19, 2016 If you missed last week’s column, you may not know what the above title is all about. One serious bane for every golfer is hitting the ball into a water hazard. more »»

Random connections begin to breed Olympic excitement

June 18, 2016 The countdown to the 2016 summer Olympics in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil is real. Friday, Aug. 5 marks the Opening Ceremonies and the curiosity preceding the Games is escalating. more »»

Timing is everything for Scheffler

June 17, 2016 OAKMONT, Pa. (AP) — Scottie Scheffler just had to finish Thursday to become the most talked about amateur at Oakmont Country Club since Bobby Jones won the U.S. Amateur here in 192. more »»

Taking a golfing look at some very interesting local watering holes

June 12, 2016 If you think that I am dealing with where one should stop after playing a round of golf for purposes of wetting one’s whistle… well, you would be mistaken. more »»

Creator nabs upset win in Belmont

June 12, 2016 NEW YORK (AP) — The finish was dramatic, even without a Triple Crown on the line. Creator found an opening in the stretch and ran down Destin in the final stride to win the $1. more »»

Goodbye to The Greatest: Even weak, Ali had imposing stature

June 5, 2016 It was 1980 and Muhammad Ali had no business being in the ring against a younger and stronger Larry Holmes, no matter how much his entourage kept telling him how good he looked in training. more »»

T.W.I.G. — The Memorial, three triumphs in a row and a cart thief

June 5, 2016 Golf is such an interesting game. It is frustrating, humbling and simply put – a joy to play. more »»

Players face a choice regarding PEDs

June 3, 2016 It’d be a compelling story if Marlon Byrd hadn’t already been caught. Or if, even before he was caught, he wasn’t working with a well-known dope-enabler. more »»

LeBron’s decision saved the Cavaliers

May 29, 2016 LeBron James and ESPN called it “The Decision.” A television program where he would announce where he was going to play basketball from now on. I didn't watch it. more »»

Hornish Jr. doesn’t regret how career quietly faded

May 24, 2016 By Jenna Fryer AP Auto Racing Writer CHARLOTTE, N.C. — Some drivers fear the end of their career. more »»

 
 
 

 

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