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2012-04-29 23:03:06

Officially Licensed Design Features Signature “A” Logo of West Point Falls Church, VA (PRWEB) April 28, 2012 Tin Cup Products, LLC — maker of patented, Made in the USA golf ball marking stencils — announces it has added a new design to its military collection honoring the exceptional history and traditions of the United States Military Academy. Constructed from 100 percent stainless steel, the “U.S. Military Academy (Army)” model ($19.95) highlights the...

2007-06-20 09:01:08

SAN ANTONIO, June 20 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- AT&T Inc. has announced the third annual "Tee It Up with AT&T" Global Charity Golf Tour. This tour will be used to raise awareness and funds for cancer research and programs worldwide, primarily supporting the American Cancer Society's efforts to achieve its mission, which is to eliminate cancer as a major health problem and to diminish the suffering that cancer causes. With more than 2,000 players participating in the 2007 Tee It Up...

2006-08-17 07:10:23

By Mark Lamport-Stokes MEDINAH, Illinois (Reuters) - The 88th PGA Championship, the fourth and final major of the year, began under clear skies at Medinah Country Club on Thursday. Americans Mike Small, off the first, and Bob Estes, off the 10th, hit the opening shots of the day with a field of 156 set to play the opening two rounds in a two-tee start. World number one and twice champion Tiger Woods, bidding for his 12th career major, was among several big names with relatively...

2006-08-17 00:50:00

By Mark Lamport-Stokes MEDINAH, Illinois -- Tiger Woods tees off in Thursday's opening round of the PGA Championship as red-hot favorite to claim his second successive major title this year. The world number one has produced sublime form in his last two starts, securing last month's British Open by two shots and claiming his 50th PGA Tour victory at the Buick Open two weeks ago. Every component of his game appears to be in near-perfect order and, according to his caddie Steve Williams, he has...

2006-07-13 20:11:16

By Mark Lamport-Stokes LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - Tiger Woods is the player to beat in next week's British Open at Hoylake, despite having played only two tournaments over the last three months. The world number one hinted he is close to his best form by tying for second at last week's Western Open and he returns to the challenge of links course golf as reigning Open champion. Last year at St Andrews, Woods delivered a masterful display on the famed Old Course, romping to a five-stroke...

2006-06-19 15:21:59

By Mark Lamport-Stokes MAMARONECK, New York (Reuters) - Still shell-shocked after his late U.S. Open meltdown, Phil Mickelson hopes to find some solace by preparing for next month's British Open at Hoylake in north-west England. However, the world number two accepts it will not be easy for him to come to terms with his fourth runner-up finish in the second major championship of the year. "This one hurts more than any tournament because I had it won," Mickelson told reporters after...

2006-06-18 14:52:08

By Mark Lamport-Stokes MAMARONECK, New York (Reuters) - Masters champion Phil Mickelson parred the first two holes in the U.S. Open final round on Sunday despite hitting a wayward opening tee shot in soaring temperatures at Winged Foot Golf Club. The left-hander, tied for the overnight lead with playing partner Kenneth Ferrie of Britain, pulled his drive at the par-four first well right on to trampled grass just beyond the spectator ropes. However, he managed to find the green with...

2006-06-13 16:12:37

By Mark Lamport-Stokes MAMARONECK, New York (Reuters) - Phil Mickelson is reluctant to dwell on the possibility of winning a third consecutive major title at this week's U.S. Open. "I'm just trying to win one, I'm not trying to win three," the world number two told reporters at Winged Foot Golf Club on Tuesday. Mickelson claimed the U.S. PGA Championship at Baltusrol last August before clinching his second U.S. Masters at Augusta National in April. "I've had some success in this...

2006-06-11 19:10:29

By Larry Fine HARRISON, New York (Reuters) - Phil Mickelson shot a final round of one-over-par 72 on Sunday at the Barclays Classic before expressing eagerness for what has really been on his mind this week -- the U.S. Open at Winged Foot. "It is exciting that the U.S. Open is now here," said Mickelson, who tied for 18th place at Westchester Country Club, nine shots behind winner Vijay Singh. "The golf course over at Winged Foot is going to be very difficult. It's one of the hardest...

2006-06-09 18:23:53

By Larry Fine HARRISON, New York (Reuters) - Phil Mickelson would like to win the $1 million top prize at the Barclays Classic, just as long as it does not hinder his preparation for the U.S. Open championship. Mickelson would love to have his cake and eat it too, though top priority is priming himself for his assault on a third major victory in a row at next week's U.S. Open at nearby Winged Foot. "What I'm trying to do is play a similar way that I would play at the U.S. Open, not...