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Jack Nicklaus continues designing courses around the world.
Q&A with Chelsea FC CEO Peter Kenyon.
The S.F. CHRONICLE’s Bruce Jenkins writes of agent Scott Boras sending e-mails during World Series Game Four announcing Yankees 3B Alex Rodriguez’ intention to opt out of his deal, “People blamed A-Rod for the shameless timing; after all, he could have told Boras to back off. The problem is, Rodriguez doesn’t have a mind of his own – not when it really counts” (S.F. CHRONICLE).
The TORONTO STAR’s Cathal Kelly writes, “The cost of attending a sports match is moving toward the price point that's held for most of history – one accessible only to the super rich” (TORONTO STAR).