May 16, 2011 | BRANDEL CHAMBLEE
As South African Tim Clark defends his Players title this week, I can't help but think about his homeland. Known largely for rugby, cricket and soccer, this country of 49 million and only 1% of the world's golfing...
July 15, 1957 | Henry Longhurst
It took Bobby Locke 21 years to master the famous Old Course at St. Andrews, but he spread-eagled the field in the 97th British Open
January 25, 1960
Wilt Chamberlain, 7 feet one inch, asked by a young fan what he should do to become a basketball star: "The first thing is become 7 feel tall."
May 29, 2000
Tiger Woods broke new ground last week when he pocketed more than $1 million to play in Hamburg, Germany—the largest appearance fee ever paid a golfer. Here are some other highlights in the history of player inducements.
July 14, 1997 | Matthew Rudy
1989 Trial by Fire. After Mark Calcavecchia had prevailed in the historic playoff by stacking a five-iron shot on the final hole, some said that he had also won the first major played on pavement—in the 2½ months...