News Archive

  • Sunday, July 22, 2012
  • With painful meltdown, Adam Scott joins infamous list

    In a stunning turn of events, Adam Scott joined an infamous list of golf's greatest collapses that includes players ranging from Jean Van de Velde to Arnold Palmer, Jason Dufner to Phil Mickelson.

  • Tiger Woods sticks with conservative game plan to end

    Tiger Woods' game plan worked well enough the first two days to put him in contention. Yet even as he fell further behind on Sunday, Woods never varied from his conservative approach.

  • Adam Scott's major moment ruined by late struggles

    Adam Scott had one hand on the Claret Jug on the back nine, and said he "felt like I had everything under control." Four straight bogeys later, he was left trying to figure out what happened.

  • Final Scores & Money

    Ernie Els, $1,405,890              67-70-68-68_273 Adam Scott, $812,202               64-67-68-75_274 Tiger Woods,...

  • Steve Eubanks: Leave the long putter alone

    Adam Scott and Ernie Els battled for the Claret Jug down to the final green thanks to long putters. That's fine with Steve Eubanks, who thinks critics need to accept their place in the game.

  • Top-ranked players look for positives after disappointing week at Open Championship

    Luke Donald, Rory McIlroy and Lee Westwood arrived at Lytham with high hopes. After a disappointing week, they’re searching for positives as they look ahead to the PGA Championship.

  • Els headed back to PGA Grand Slam of Golf

    Ernie Els won his fourth major championship in improbable fashion in the 141st Open Championship at Royal Lytham & St. Annes. With his win Els will return to Bermuda for the PGA Grand Slam of Golf this fall, which he won in 2010.

  • Game, not mental state, failed Lee Westwood at Open

    LYTHAM ST. ANNES, England (PA Sport) -- World No. 3 Lee Westwood insists that his game let him down and not his mentality as he finished the Open Championship at 6 over par on Sunday. The Ryder Cup star has had eight top-10 finishes in his last 10 majors, including six in the top...

  • Paul Lawrie chances frustrated by 'idiot' putting

    LYTHAM ST. ANNES, England (PA Sport) -- Former Open champion Paul Lawrie left Royal Lytham frustrated after "putting like an idiot" again. The Scot, winner at Carnoustie in 1999, got progressively worse in his first three rounds, having been second after opening with a 65 to equal his...

  • Soccer superstar Carlos Tevez carries bag for Andres Romero

    LYTHAM ST. ANNES, England (AP) -- Carlos Tevez is no stranger to the golf course -- he spent a lot of time on one while on a five-month strike from Manchester City last season. However, the round he had on Sunday was one he'll never forget. On a glorious morning at Royal Lytham & St....