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Triplett Fires Opening-Round 64, Ties Estes For Gho Lead

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Open Seems Like Old Times At Shinnecock Hills

The last two U.S. Opens at Shinnecock Hills Golf Club had some very similar circumstances. On Sunday, champion Corey Pavin started the day three shots behind co-leaders Greg Norman and …


Major Breakthrough Pavin’s 12-Year Quest To Win Major Ends Sunday At Shinnecock Hills

Corey Pavin finally earns his chance to pose with the U.S. Open trophy following his victory on Sunday. Photo by Associated Press


Broken Windows A Slice Of Life For Homeowners

No. 1 tee at MeadowWood. A broad fairway beckons. But an acquaintance (unnamed in this story to spare abundant embarrassment) lashes a savage power hook into the residences adjacent to …


Tway Back Out In Open After Years Buried In Slump

Gary Hallberg tosses his ball after a hole-in-one on the seventh hole. Photo by Associated Press


Winded Golfers In Stretch Run Norman, Lehman Tied At Top, But Plenty Have Shot At Championship

Tom Lehman stood out when most were humbled. Photo by Associated Press


Neumann Not Plagued At Locust As She Grabs Early Tournament Lead

Neumann


Price Declares Open Warfare Ready For Major Comeback After Masters Disappointment

With no more disruptions of moving into a new home and at least momentarily cured of a case of “sunburn” from the spotlight, Nick Price is out to resume his …


Damp U.S. Open Course May Suit European Players

History says the winner of the 1995 U.S. Open probably will be a home-grown hero. Don’t be too sure. Authoritative sources are not always completely reliable. Take the weatherman, for …


Cheap Seats

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Mitchell, Christensen Pro-Am Leaders At 69

Chris Mitchell and Bob Christensen posted matching 33-36-69s, 3-under par, atop Monday’s Washington Trust Bank Pro-Am at The Creek at Qualchan. Mitchell, the pro at Sun Dance, had six birdies, …


Shinnecock Scramble Expected At U.S. Open

U.S. Open preview The first U.S. Open was played 100 years ago in Newport, R.I., and had a grand total of 11 players. Horace Rawlings won it with a sizzling …


Langer Takes Lead

Bernhard Langer, not troubled by chilly, gusty winds, fired a 6-under-par 66 and opened a four-stroke lead in the $1 million European Tournament Players Championship at Hamburg, Germany. Langer had …


Junior’s Dad Wants To Show That He’s Willing To Switch

He is his own hitting coach now, lashing at orange range balls with a wedge, teaching himself to play righthanded after a lifetime as a lefty. “I can’t keep it …


Singh Singes Tpc Course

Vijay Singh made the opening round of the Kemper Open look as easy as 1-2-3. Singh birdied the first three holes en route to a 6-under-par 65 and a tie …


Irwin Passes Milestone

At age 50, Hale Irwin is a rookie again. “The real shock hit me a few moments ago when I had to check Senior PGA Tour on my registration card,” …


Sports People

Former PGA champion John Mahaffey, Blaine McCallister and Fred Funk were among the final sectional qualifiers who filled out the 156-player field for next week’s U.S. Open championship… …


Sports People

Quarterback Browning Nagle, who played only part of one game for the Indianapolis Colts last season, was released by the NFL team… . The Denver Broncos signed linebackers …


Eggeling Bags Classic

Dale Eggeling shot a 1-under-par 71 to win the Oldsmobile Classic in East Lansing, Mich., earning more from this tournament than she has in 15 of her 19 years on …


Eggeling Fires 63 For Career Best, Tournament Lead

Dale Eggeling, who has won only once since joining the LPGA Tour in 1976, tied a tournament record Thursday with a 9-under-par 63 in the opening round of the Oldsmobile …


Lehman Overcomes Two-Stroke Deficit With Late Birdie Putts

Tom Lehman cheers on his birdie putt on the 17th hole. Lehman birdied the final two holes to win the Colonial National Invitation. Photo by Associated Press


Asu Nears Title

Vibeke Stensrud of San Jose State shot a 71 to go 7 under par and tie the tournament 54-hole record, but her team fell further behind Arizona State in the …


Celebrity Classic Hits Home

It might have seemed good enough that Kenny Easley brought his corps of celebrities to The Creek at Qualchan for a charity golf outing. But now, he’s going to bring …


Liberty Lake 9-Hole Ladies Golf

Members of the Liberty Lake 9-Hole Ladies Golf Club conducted medal play last week. A flight winner was Adrienne Shoemaker with 54 and net leader was Shirlene Strate with 38. …


Parry Scatters Birds

Craig Parry had five birdies in a six-hole stretch on the way to a 65 and a two-shot lead halfway through the Colonial National Invitation golf tournament in Fort Worth, …


Frontier Girls Go 2-3 State Aa Golf

Colville’s Terra Lawson and Brenda Hall of East Valley-Spokane, 1-2 in the district tournament, finished 2-3 in the WIAA/U.S. Bank State AA girls golf tournament at Lipoma Firs Golf Club. …


Ritzville Girls Repeat State A-B Golf

Led by Erica Moeller, Ritzville repeated as WIAA/U.S. Bank State A-B girls golf champion Tuesday at SunTides Golf Course. Moeller had a 187 (90-97), ninth place behind winner Krissy Rojecki …


Underclassmen Lead Saxons To Title; Everett’s Smith Triumphs In Playoff

Bridget Johnson of Ferris threads a shot through the trees as the Saxons sewed up the team championship. Photo by Shawn Jacobson/The Spokesman-Review


Bellarmine, Ferris Follow Through Brett, Lions Take Home Boys Honors; Mead, Nc’s Kelly Collect Seconds

Bridget Johnson of Ferris threads a shot through the trees as the Saxons sewed up the team championship. Photo by Shawn Jacobson/The Spokesman-Review


3 Area Golfers Survive Cut

Led by Sun Dance pro Chris Mitchell, four Inland Empire golfers survived the 36-hole cut to advance to today’s final round of the 1995 Ernst Washington Open golf tournament at …