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Articles tagged with 'golf'

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What to do - and not to do - at the PGA Championship at Whistling Straits

Published Aug. 11, 2015

The PGA tournament, the final major of the golf season, gets underway this week at the beautiful Whistling Straits near Sheboygan. It's a great tournament, a great site and a wonderful chance for thousands and thousands of spectators to see the world's best golfers up close and personal. So here's a series of do's and don'ts if you are planning to go to Whistling Straits.

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CJ Lomas Foundation brings hope to heroin epidemic

Published July 19, 2015

In addition to the hefty work it does through the family support group, the CJ Lomas Foundation has hosted The CJ Lomas Recovery Foundation Golf Outing each year to raise money for opiate recovery organizations and to provide financial assistance for those in need to get help. This year, the event takes place on Friday July 24.

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7 agonies in the wide world of sports

Published July 3, 2015

Sports can bring joy and jubilation and it's about the best feeling in the world. But the flip side of that coin is the sadness that comes in the world of sports. Here's seven things that make me sad and I just hope someday I can recover.

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5 spectator sporting events Milwaukee needs

Published May 27, 2015

Milwaukee has a lot of spectator sports for a city its size, but that doesn't mean things couldn't be better. Here are five sports events that would add a lot to the landscape.

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Wayward Woods has dragged golf down

Published April 9, 2015

Believe it or not, we are now closer to a decade removed from Tiger Woods' last major championship than we are to his last run of sustained dominance in the game. The greats, always, lose their edge and become shadows of what they were. But Woods' decline was so sudden, the game hasn't quite yet recovered.

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Golf season now open in Milwaukee County

Published March 31, 2015

It must be spring! The Milwaukee County golf courses are now open, and the annual "group tee off" at Currie Park Golf Course with parks director John Dargle, Jr. commemorates the day as he tees off at 11 a.m.

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Put a fork in him! Tiger's toast

Published Feb. 10, 2015

He's 39 years old and shot an 82 just a week ago. Tiger Woods seems worn out, by injury, the spotlight, the scandals and the constant coaching changes that resulted in swing changes. It may well be that we have just about seen the last of him.

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Road to the LPGA Tour now winds through Milwaukee

Published Feb. 5, 2015

Wisconsin has supported women's golf in big numbers during two U.S. Women's Opens at Blackwolf Run, and now the state, and the city of Milwaukee, have a chance to watch the future of the game as the LPGA Tour's feeder circuit, the Symetra Tour, comes to Brown Deer Park Golf Course this summer.

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Pro golf returns to Milwaukee: Symetra Tour heads to Brown Deer

Published Jan. 28, 2015

Milwaukee hasn't had a regular pro golf tour stop since the PGA Tour's U.S. Bank Championship folded its tent in 2009. That is changing, as Potawatomi Hotel & Casino is helping bring the Symetra Tour, the feeder tour of the LPGA Tour, to Brown Deer Park Golf Course this summer.

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Swing away the cold at FORE!

Published Jan. 12, 2015

There is nothing better to beat the winter blues than to swing a golf club, and you can do just that at FORE! Milwaukee's location at 530 N. Water St. It's always 72 degrees, you can play three dozen different courses or just practice. And, like any other round, grab a cold one after while you watch the game. When it snows and the wind whips, there's fewer places better to be.

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Figure skating has all the elements of great sport and theater

Published Nov. 4, 2014

Sunday was a great sports television day, but not because of the NFL games or because of golf or surfing or college football or NASCAR. It was a great day because of the International Skating Union broadcast from Skate Canada, featuring what I think is the most beautiful athletic competition around with the best color commentators on TV.