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U.S. Open Headed Back To Torrey Pines' South Course In '21, Pending City Approval03 / 11 / 14
The USGA has selected San Diego’s Torrey Pines South Course to host the '21 U.S. Open, but it "needs the City Council’s approval to make it official," according to Tod Leonard of the SAN DIEGO UNION-TRIBUNE. San Diego Mayor Kevin Faulconer yesterday said that an item "will be placed on t...
Casey Martin and his use of a golf cart are dominating the pre-tournament headlines at the U.S. Open, which begins tomorrow at S.F.''s Olympic Club. The USGA decided to allow Martin "to use a regular
Nike is not an official sponsor of the World Cup but "it has become a billion-dollar gate-crasher," using its "inimitable formula of team sponsorships, player endorsements and sports parks to plant it
The NHL and its development partner, Mentmore Holdings Co., plan to open five ice rink and entertainment facilities in Metro Detroit, according to R.J. King of the DETROIT NEWS. Each of the NHL SKATE
FRANCE WARNS AGAINST MORE TROUBLE: In N.Y., Christopher Clarey reports that after two days of unrest in Marseilles, "relative calm returned to France''s second-largest city. The question now is whethe
ABC''s coverage yesterday afternoon of the USA-Germany match earned a 4.4/12 overnight rating (THE DAILY). In St. Louis, Tom Wheatley calls ABC''s coverage of the match "incompetent." Wheatley: "Brent
By losing "millions of dollars" during the first three Goodwill Games, Ted Turner has shown that "making money is not his primary motivation in staging the event," according to Richard Sandomir of the
Crowd violence yesterday "broke out for a second day in Marseilles, as opposing fans hurled rocks and bottles at each other during England''s match against Tunisia," according to Nicholas Woodsworth o
For its World Cup sponsorship, Coca-Cola is "spending more than it did" on the ''96 Summer Olympics, according to Mickey Gramig of the ATLANTA CONSTITUTION. Systemwide, the cost to Coca-Cola and its b
ESPN''s ratings for its opening day coverage of the World Cup were down 57% from ''94, according to an AP report in the N.Y. TIMES. The Brazil-Scotland match earned a 0.8 cable rating, down from the '
Oscar De La Hoya defended his WBC welterweight title on Saturday by knocking down Patrick Charpentier in the third round in El Paso, TX, before 45,368, according to Barry Horn of the DALLAS MORNING NE
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