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KWCH 12 Eyewitness SportsFormer U.S. Open champion Ken Venturi has died just 12 days after he was inducted into the World Golf Hall of Fame. He was 82. His son, Matt Venturi, says he died Friday afternoon in a hospital in Rancho Mirage, Calif. Venturi had been hospitalized...
Tags: CBS Corp., Pneumonia, Presidents Cup (golf)
Ken Venturi, a San Francisco native and the 1964 U.S. Open golf champion, has died. He was 82. Matt Venturi says his father died Friday afternoon at a hospital in Rancho Mirage, Calif., after a two-month battle with a spinal infection, pneumonia and...
Ken Venturi, who won the 1964 U.S. Open golf championship in dramatic fashion and became a longtime television commentator, died Friday in Rancho Mirage. He was 82. Venturi, who was inducted into the World Golf Hall of Fame earlier this month, died at...
Tags: CBS Corp., Sports, Pneumonia, Fatigue, Abraham Lincoln
Two straight bogeys was a less-than-an-ideal start for Chase Wheatley on a hot Monday in Long Beach. The Corona del Mar High senior was trying to extend his final season with the Sea Kings, playing in the CIF Southern Section Individual Regional....
South Bend TribuneThree golfers earned the right to advance to the next round of qualifying for the U.S. Open (June 13-16) after tournament play at Morris Park Country Club Wednesday. Clark Klaasen (Rockford, Mich.), shot a 66, and Chase Wright (Muncie, Ind.), and Ryan...
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Women's basketball Terps' DeVaughn to take part in WUG trials this week Maryland junior center Alicia DeVaughn will head to the U.S. Olympic Training Center in Colorado Springs, Colo., this week to take part in USA Basketball Women's World University...
FloriDUHGolfers playing in a U.S. Open qualifier at The Club at Emerald Hills in Hollywood were surprised to see an elderly woman puttering about in a full-sized Sedan driving on the cart path near the 11th hole, reports WPLG ABC News-10 in Miami. Maybe she...
Many golf course superintendents fear the color brown. Matt Shaffer doesn't. Imperfect horticulture doesn't scare him, either. "I always said, 'I have total disregard for the grass, and it lives in spite of me,' " Merion Golf Club's director of golf...
We had a great development in sports over the weekend. Tiger Woods and Sergio Garcia did for golf what Tonya Harding and Nancy Kerrigan once did for figure skating. Images can change so fast. The PGA Tour is no longer merely a parade of boring...
Oh, for the good old days Teddy Greenstein, Chicago Tribune Some things were better before technology, like vacations and the governance of golf rules. What makes the game unique is that the players police themselves. By allowing viewers to call in,...
Tags: Bubba Watson, Sports, Tiger Woods, PGA Tour, Golf
PONTE VEDRA BEACH — In the afterglow of a hard-earned win on a golf course where he traditionally had struggled, Tiger Woods uttered words that cast a chill over his competition. “I’m getting better,” he said. The one and...
Tags: Sergio Garcia, Sports, Tiger Woods, PGA Tour, Golf
PONTE VEDRA BEACH — Sergio Garcia was just 19 when he first challenged Tiger Woods during the final round of the 1999 PGA Championship. Woods nipped the fist-pumping Spaniard — then affectionately known as El Nino — by a shot for a...
Tags: Lee Westwood, Sergio Garcia, Phil Mickelson, Golf, Long Island
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