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No catching Ko

World No. 1 charges with 4 early birdies, wins by 3

ROGERS -- Lydia Ko didn't just step on the gas in her record-setting victory at the Wal-Mart LPGA NW Arkansas Championship at Pinnacle Country Club. Continue reading...

Ko goes low

World No. 1 posts 62, catches Pressel

Subscriber onlyROGERS -- World No. 1 Lydia Ko provided the thunder Saturday on a dry, steamy day at Pinnacle Country Club. Continue reading...

Uehara’s past struggles in rear-view

Subscriber onlyROGERS -- Ayako Uehara's best finish in three previous Wal-Mart LPGA NW Arkansas Championship was a tie for 25th in 2013. That includes missed cuts the past two years. Continue reading...

Eoff gets job done without extra ado

Subscriber onlyHOT SPRINGS -- Austin Eoff made sure this state championship wasn't going into a playoff. Continue reading...

Taylor says he put QB in, out of misery

Subscriber onlyMore than 30 years after being involved in one of the most infamous NFL plays, Lawrence Taylor is making light of the outcome. Continue reading...

Amateur winners go different routes

Subscriber onlyBrooke Matthews had a safe enough lead on the final hole of the Arkansas State Golf Association Junior Championship that a bad kick over the green on her approach shot on the par-4 9th didn't dampen her spirits. Continue reading...

Young guns, son will test veteran

Subscriber onlyWes McNulty played in his first Arkansas State Golf Association Championship in 1988 when he was 19 years old. Continue reading...

After mother killed in car crash, Arkansas teen golfer perseveres

Subscriber onlyRyan Spurlock is playing his best golf at the start of this year's junior season with top-five finishes -- including two championships -- in all five events he has played. Continue reading...

Air Jordan's bull picking an inside job

Subscriber onlyMichael Jordan apparently wasn't above hustling Chicago Bulls teammate Scottie Pippen out of his money. Continue reading...

No. 1 pick's winning bet leaves mark

Subscriber onlyCalifornia prep outfielder Mickey Moniak was the No. 1 overall pick Thursday by the Philadelphia Phillies in the MLB Draft, a cause for great celebration. Especially when it comes at a cost for a childhood friend. Continue reading...

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