Barry Bonds breaks Hank Aaron's career home run record - and shows why steroid testing is necessary in all sports

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The biggest record in all of U.S. pro sports was broken last night, and aside from ESPN, few really cared. Barry Bonds hit career home run No. 756, to pass Henry Aaron as baseball's all-time home run king. Aaron's record was cherished for years, as he… more »

Tiger Woods will win the PGA Championship because the heat is on

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Golf's final major is getting ready to start, and the players are sweating it. As the PGA Championship - the Cotton Bowl of the majors - prepares to get under way, the heat is soaring at Southern Hills Country Club in Tulsa, Okla. But for one player, th… more »

Lorena Ochoa has filmmakers 18 holes away from a perfect British Open ending

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In early May, when interviewing Christopher Vitiello and Jonathan Ochoa about their documentary on Ochoa's cousin - Lorena Ochoa - the pair admitted that after so long following the world's No. 1 female golfer, they'd finish up shooting at the British Op… more »

Join PGA, USGA in helping families of disabled or fallen U.S. troops on Patriot Golf Day

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The PGA of America and USGA are teaming up on Sept. 1 for "Patriot Golf Day" and they're asking for the assistance of all golfers to help the families of U.S. troops that were disabled or killed in combat. Spearheaded by veteran Dan Rooney, an F-16 pi… more »

Why are South Koreans on the LPGA Tour held to higher 'personality' standard?

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While the golf world remains abuzz at the fact that they can now shamelessly swim in the waters of Natalie Gulbis bikini photos - hell, Golf.com officially has become FHM for the week - there is one other interesting issue that came from Ms. Gulbis' vict… more »

Natalie Gulbis gets first win, prepares for jail after desecrating U.S. flag

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Natalie Gulbis has finally put herself in the winner's circle, beating Jang Jeong in a one-hole playoff at the Evian Masters in Evian-les-Bains, France. For Gulbis, a satisfying victory for a golfer who was being called the "Anna Kournikova of golf" for… more »

Golf the No. 1 professional sport - by default

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Historians will look back to July 2007 and reach a startling conclusion - golf is the greatest sport in the world. It reached that lofty height by default, of course, but there can no longer be any doubt - golf is king of all professional athletic endeav… more »

Padraig Harrington wins the 2007 British Open

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Padraig Harrington became the first golfer from Ireland to win the British Open in six decades as he held off Sergio Garcia in a tension-filled four-hole playoff at Carnoustie. Keep an eye on WorldGolf.com and TravelGolf.com for analysis of the thrill… more »

Sergio Garcia, Padraig Harrington head to playoff at British Open after Carnoustie bites back

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Sergio Garcia missed a 10-foot putt on the final hole in an amazing final round of the British Open that saw Padraig Harrington twice go into the water on the final hole to fall out of the lead, only to see Garcia bogey the 18th to force extra holes.… more »

Sergio Garcia blistering the field at British Open - Spaniard's first major is 18 holes away

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Sergio Garcia is one round away from putting himself in the history books, as he was again on his game at Carnoustie and headed into the clubhouse with a three-shot lead at the British Open. Steve Stricker was the other big story of the day, as the Ameri… more »

Jesper Parnevik's moronic, ignorant statements on steroids and golf are totally false

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Here's something Jesper Parnevik had to say in regards to Gary Player's recent comments on steroids in golf: "I thought it was stupid," Parnevik said. "I personally don't know one person who used them." Parnevik said steroids wouldn't help a golfer… more »

Cemetary golfing shows Michigan golfers to be a macabre bunch

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When you combine Michigan, home of Bigfoot hunters, Brandon Tucker and Michael Moore, with avid golfers, things are bound to get a touch wonky. Which could perhaps explain why graveyards in Michigan have become the hot new place to practice one's golf… more »

Brazil must respond quickly to fatal airplane crash, or risk losing entire tourism industry

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As someone who spends a great deal of time in Brazil, the crash of the TAM flight in Sao Paulo hit me hard, as it so obviously did to so many others, even those with no connection to Brazil. Nearly 200 lives were extinguished in the hellish accident that… more »

Republicans: Here's some great golf reading for your next filibuster

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Senate Republicans, who've taken to filibustering and obstructing nearly every bill that comes their way in a stubborn refusal to vote, were forced by Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid to back up their threats this time, and spent last night debating the… more »

Golfer Supremacy Rankings look outside the solar system for golf's best

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Here at the Golfer Supremacy Rankings, we look under every rock and between every nook and cranny to find the world's best golfers. You'd think that would be enough, but not for us. That's because we're willing to scour the entire universe to find great… more »
 
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