Since tradition is such an important part of golf, one would expect the United States Golf Association to conduct the 113th U.S. Open Championship at The Country Club in Brookline, Mass., instead of the Merion Golf Club in Ardmore, Pa., June 13-16.
Three former Pinecrest High School baseball players, now pros, were all busy Friday night at ballparks located in the Midwest.
Spring had finally sprung in Moore County and it was a sight to behold.
Oh yes, it’s Tiger Time again on the PGA Tour.
Be they presidents or chancellors, the CEOs of universities that have major football and basketball teams just don’t seem to know how to control their athletic programs.
St. Louis Dispatch sportswriter Derrick Gould had some fun describing the impressive debut by former Pinecrest star Seth Maness after he was credited with his second win in the Cardinals’ 5-4 win over the Cubs on Wednesday.
Jason Collins may have thought he would be walking alone in a cruel and hostile environment once he announced he was gay.
The big news this week about Seth Maness being called up to the major leagues by the St. Louis Cardinals made me stop and think about his late grandfather, Elmer Andrews.
Two years after the Allies ended Hitler’s reign of racist terror, but many years before serious steps were taken against our own shameful segregation and racism at home, there was No. 42.
It’s always interesting to listen to officials of the United States Golf Association talking about a future U.S. Open.
Nick Collins (Union Pines) and his teammates on the Georgetown baseball team got to visit the Major League Baseball Network Studios in New Jersey on Friday before opening a series against Seton Hall.
Despite never admitting to a mistake, Masters Tournament officials continued a little known tradition of theirs by creating more confusion than resolution when applying the Rules of Golf.
As a newspaperman since 1956, I certainly know the necessity of deadlines. But that doesn’t keep me from hating them.
Once again the NCAA and Madison Avenue teamed up to create a duet of sour notes that grew into an extra lengthy Pinocchio proboscis during March Madness.
Two former Pinecrest and Sandhills Sandsharks teammates, Kurt Wohlrab and Ana Fish, competed at the NCAA swimming championships for their respective colleges last month.