NAPLES, Fla. -- Even though he has beaten Bernhard Langer twice down the stretch for Champions Tour titles, Kirk Triplett isn't ready to say he's the German star's nemesis.
The fans following Fred Couples and Tom Watson early Thursday morning were sometimes six- and seven-deep, wedging themselves between tree trunks and ducking under limbs. Very quietly, and without much attention, Bruce Vaughan was the player taking early control of the U.S.
29 Jul 2010 - 9:20pm - 0 Comments
Fred Couples arrived at the U.S.
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Corey Pavin’s thought process was sound. His execution was a little off. Standing in the middle of the 11th fairway on Tuesday morning, Pavin decided to take the two mammoth fir trees creating field goal uprights in front of the green out of play.
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Paul Azinger and Nick Price have pulled out of this week's U.S. Senior Open with injuries. Both players withdrew on Monday, the first day of practice rounds at Sahalee Country Club outside Seattle.
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Bernhard Langer won his first senior major title on Sunday, holding off a final-round challenge from Corey Pavin for a one-stroke win in the Senior British Open. The German shot a 1-over 72 at Carnoustie to finish at 5-under 279.
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Bernhard Langer took a three-shot lead in the Senior British Open after shooting a 2-under 69 in the third round at Carnoustie on Saturday. The German has yet to win on the Champions Tour, but is in position to change that after outplaying his nearest rival, Corey Pavin.
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Bernhard Langer fired a 4-under-par 67 Thursday to earn a share of the lead after the opening round of the Senior British Open at Carnoustie. The German, bidding for a first major title on the 'round-bellies' tour, joined England's Carl Mason and Jay Don Blake of the United States atop the leader
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Tom Watson is using the pain of missing the cut at St.
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Mark O’Meara withdrew from the Senior British Open at Carnoustie on Tuesday following the death of his father Bob at the age of 81. The 53-year-old O’Meara, a two-time major winner, cut short his two-week visit to Scotland to fly home to Florida and be with his family. Bob O’Meara had heart su
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Larry Mize won the inaugural Montreal Championship for his first Champions Tour victory, closing with an 8-under 64 on Sunday for a one-stroke victory over John Cook at Fontainebleau Golf Club. The 51-year-old Mize, the 1987 Masters champion, had an eagle, seven birdies and a bogey in the final r
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John Cook shot his second straight 6-under 66 to take a one-stroke lead over Russ Cochran in the inaugural Montreal Championship on Saturday. The 52-year-old Cook, a four-time winner on the Champions Tour after winning 11 times on the PGA Tour, eagled the par-5 seventh hole and had four birdies i
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Tom Wargo shot a 7-under 65 -- the first time he has bettered his age in Champions Tour play -- for a share of the first-round lead Friday in the inaugural Montreal Championship. The 67-year-old Wargo, the former PGA Club Professional from Centralia, Ill., who won the last of his four Champions T
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Two decades after his heyday and a double-bypass later, Wayne Levi is relishing every moment. "After not playing well for so long, it sure feels good," he said after finishing tied for third at last week's Dick's Sporting Goods Open, two shots behind winner Loren Roberts. It was Levi's best fi
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Loren Roberts figured he'd be lucky to force a playoff in the Dick's Sporting Goods Open after making bogey at No. 17. "When I did that, I still thought I was still going to be a chaser," Roberts said. "I thought there went my chance there.
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