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Frankie Frisco

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Second thoughts

Subscriber onlyDress code at Hooters an easier fit John Daly is back in Augusta, Ga., this year for the Masters. Continue reading...

Second thoughts

Subscriber onlyRhoads’ son takes a shot, nets winner When you’re the high school aged son of a college football coach and you’re friends with the daughter of the men’s basketball coach, you’re obligated to ask her to prom, right? Continue reading...

Fleck, who denied Hogan 1955 U.S. Open title, dies

Subscriber onlyJack Fleck glance Former professional golfer Jack Fleck, best known for defeating Ben Hogan in an 18-hole playoff to win the 1955 U.S. Open in one of golf’s greatest upsets, died Friday in Fort Smith at age 92. Continue reading...

U.S. Open champion, Arkansas resident Jack Fleck dies at 92

Jack Fleck, who won the 1955 U.S. Open golf championship over the legendary Ben Hogan, died Friday in Fort Smith at the age of 92. Continue reading...

Lyon, JBU face off in opener

Subscriber onlyLyon College and John Brown University women's basketball teams have enjoyed trips to the NAIA National Tournament recently, but neither has managed to win a first-round game. Continue reading...

Philander back, wants more

Subscriber onlyAndre Clark won't let his Philander Smith teammates forget losing in the first round of last year's NAIA National Tournament. Continue reading...

Second thoughts

Subscriber onlyShooting 90 isn’t Daly’s biggest fear John Daly has gone 17 consecutive years on the PGA Tour with at least one round in the 80s. Continue reading...

Second thoughts

Subscriber onlyEx-caddie : Tiger’s roar not so scary Outspoken caddie Steve Williams said Tuesday that former employer Tiger Woods has lost his intimidation factor. Continue reading...

Second thoughts

Subscriber onlyManager left flush after loss Not only did St. Louis Cardinals Manager Mike Matheny give the team the day off Thursday at spring training, he also cleaned up after everybody the day before. Continue reading...

Nice golf, bad steps, gain fame for Duke

Subscriber onlyKen Duke wasn’t eligible to play in the WGC-Accenture Match Play Championship over the weekend - only the top 64 in the World Golf Rankings were initially invited (Duke is currently No. 113) - so he took the week off to check in on his new house being built in Florida and play family man. Continue reading...

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