december 5, 2013
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PGA Tour Stories
Bubba Watson's First Sport Of Choice Wasn't Golf
Bubba Watson had hoop dreams when he was a high school player in Florida.
Golf coach put kibosh on basketball >>
Female Golf Reporter Threatens Masters Protest
A golf beat writer for the New York Times has had it with the all-male exclusivity at Augusta National, and if left up to her, she'd protest the event.
Grills club chairman >>
Five Random Masters Records
Everyone will watch Tiger Woods, but here's a few reasons you should follow Fred Couples or the worst players in the field.
Worst First Round Score: 106 >>
Book: Tiger Woods Banned Wife From Smiling
Hank Haney's tell-all book says Tiger told Elin that smiling and celebrating were unacceptable when "we're supposed to win."
Other revelations >>
Charl Schwartzel's Green Jacket Hang-Up
Reigning Masters champ making the most of his time before having to return his prized posession.
Unless he repeats >>
Phil Mickelson Superfan Rolls One In
Phil Mickelson's 25-foot putt on the 18th at Riviera sparked a unique reaction from one supporter.
Check out his moves >>
Kevin Na, Matt Bettencourt And The Final Round You Didn't See Sunday Afternoon
Kevin Na and Matt Bettencourt play in the shadow of leaders Phil Mickelson and Keegan Bradley at Riviera.
Lonely at the bottom >>
Fore! Course Meal At The Northern Trust Open
The food choices at the Northern Trust Open in Los Angeles featured plenty of healthy and local selections.
Mahi Mahi tacos and more >>
Why Golf Is The Best Spectator Sport
Fans get close enough to competitors to share jokes.
Reasonable cost >>
Riviera Country Club: Part Golf Course, Part Museum, Part Red Carpet, All Glamour
Golf is the least interesting thing about this weekend's PGA Tour stop.
Playground of stars and Olympians >>
Next page >>
How Bruce Lee Changed Martial Arts Forever >>
7-Foot-1 Ex-Pitcher Is Beach Volleyball Sensation >>
New Hoops League To Include John Starks As Coach >>
The Back Story To Parker-Wiggins Rivalry >>
Art Briles Open Up About His Family Tragedy >>
Earl Campbell: Beating Painkiller Addiction >>
Gripping Film On Teen Fan Inspires Pats Owner >>
24 Hour Fitness Founder Fulfills His NBA Dream >>
Leigh Steinberg: Why I'm Back In Sports >>
How To Really Reform College Sports >>
The Originator Of The 'Hook'em Horns' Sign >>
A Thank You Note To Marlins Owner Jeffrey Loria >>
Meet The A-Rod You'll Want To Cheer >>
Leigh Steinberg's Special Affinity For Cal Football >>
Rich Eisen Is Having Time Of His Life At NFL Network >>
Fourth And Long: Staying At Penn State >>
Why Soccer Is The Last Sport For Grown-Ups >>
Running The Hill: The Workout Of 49ers Icons >>
MLB's Version Of Willy Wonka's 'Golden Ticket' >>
Red Smith: Massacre In Munich, 1972 >>
Why Soccer Is The Last Sport For Grown-Ups
The game's window of opportunity in America appears to be opening because it is inherently free of many annoyances found in the NFL, NBA and MLB. >>
Bullying Victims Fight Back With Help From Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu Royalty
How one child stood up for himself by using moves he learned from UFC's founding Gracie family. >>
Jeremy Lin: His Impact On Changing The Perception Of The Asian American Male
His stunning success in the NBA helps break the stereotype of their being geeky and socially inept. >>
From Another Era And Another Sport, A Sex Abuse Scandal Still Inflicting Pain Today
Before Jerry Sandusky, there was Donald Fitzpatrick, the longtime Red Sox clubhouse manager who lured at least a dozen boys into two decades of systemic sexual abuse. >>
Weeknight At Burnie's: My Evening As A Mascot For Reigning NBA Champion Miami Heat
For one game, our intrepid reporter gets to share the big stage with LeBron James and Dwyane Wade -- sort of. >>
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