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Published: Sun, 22 Jul 2007 07:01:00 GMT


On Golf | Golf can be fun when kids play
MONTROSE, Scotland - After we'd filed our stories for the day, a few of us scribes slipped out of the media center at Carnoustie on Wednesday for a quick round just up the road at Montrose Golf Course.

Furyk entering British Open a low-key No. 3
CARNOUSTIE, Scotland - For a guy who ranks No. 3 in the world and always seems to hang around the leader board, Jim Furyk flies under the radar.

On Golf | Carnoustie promises to be fairer
Eight years later, at the mere mention of Carnoustie, the image that comes to mind is Jean Van de Velde in the midst of a monumental meltdown in the 1999 British Open.

On Golf | Juniata: Back for another round
Every now and then a golf course deserves a fresh look, a new evaluation. In this case, it's Juniata Golf Club, the proud but humble little city-owned golf course in the Northeast.

Woods and Mickelson return to the course in Washington
BETHESDA, Md. - The last time we saw Phil Mickelson, he had missed the cut in the U.S. Open, was clutching his injured left wrist, and could not wait to put Oakmont Country Club in his rearview mirror.

On Golf | He's got game - and now he's got name
OAKMONT, Pa. - When Tiger Woods strutted onto the first tee yesterday wearing his game face and that bright-red, skintight Lycra shirt, who among us was thinking, "My money's on Angel Cabrera to win the U.S. Open"?

On Golf | A round worthy of applause
OAKMONT, Pa. - As memorable rounds go, the 1-under-par 69 that Tiger Woods shot yesterday in the third round of the U.S. Open isn't in the same ballpark as Johnny Miller's 63 in '73.

On Golf | Long-hitting Watson trying to do things his way
OAKMONT, Pa. - Chasing the lead in the U.S. Open, Bubba Watson, the longest hitter on the PGA Tour, stepped onto the tee at the 358-yard 14th yesterday and scared the living daylights out of his caddie.

On Golf | Mickelson is in 57th - and still in it
OAKMONT, Pa. - For the best analysis of how Phil Mickelson's first round in the U.S. Open went, how about this: It could have been worse.

On Golf | Logo aside, Oakmont getting rave reviews
OAKMONT, Pa. - After days of listening to everyone from Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson to Sean O'Hair and Johnny Miller rave about Oakmont, I figured enough with the love fest.