Jordan Spieth finds breaking with Claret Jug is hard to do
Jordan Spieth's time was up, but it was fun while it lasted. In keeping with tradition, last year's British Open champion had to give the Claret Jug trophy back to officials...
16 hours ago - LA Times
Plane crashes in Truckee after pilot reports engine trouble; 1 dead, 2 hospitalized
One person died and two others were hospitalized following a plane crash near the airport in Truckee, Calif., on Tuesday morning, the Placer County Sheriff's Office said. The...
20 hours ago - LA Times - 5 articles
Spieth Takes A Rest In Quest To Retain Claret Jug
CARNOUSTIE, Scotland - Jordan Spieth , your time is up. The Claret Jug was fun while it lasted. In keeping with tradition, last year's British Open champion had to give the...
1 day ago - LA Times
Golf roundup: Kim wins in record-breaking fashion
Michael Kim didn't just win his first PGA Tour event Sunday. He dominated in a fashion never seen at TPC Deere Run in Silvis, Ill. Kim's prizes? A little over a million bucks...
2 days ago - LA Times
Golf: Russell Knox climbs leaderboard at Scottish Open
An 11-hour sleep and a hearty Scottish breakfast sparked the latest impressive round in Russell Knox's glorious summer of golf, putting him in contention to seal back-to-back...
3 days ago - LA Times
Trump gets in a round of golf in Scotland but finds no respite from protests
Another day on British soil - and another round of protests against President Trump. The U.S. president was booed by demonstrators while he enjoying a round of golf at one of...
3 days ago - LA Times
10,000 protest Trump in Edinburgh; UK police seek paraglider
From Edinburgh to seaside resorts, thousands in Scotland staged colorful, peaceful protests against Donald Trump Saturday as the U.S. president played golf at one of his luxury...
3 days ago - Newsday - 2 articles
In Trump's U.K. Visit, Some See ‘Infomercial' for Money-Losing Golf Resort
Ethics experts say President Trump's promotion of Turnberry is part of a broader, problematic effort to use the presidency to gin up business for his property.
4 days ago - NY Times - 2 articles
Sarah Hirshland Named CEO of the USOC
The United States Olympic Committee has appointed Sarah Hirshland as chief executive officer following a nationwide search. Hirshland currently serves as chief commercial...
5 days ago - SportsTravel
Golf: List equals course record at Scottish Open
American golfer Luke List equaled the Gullane course record with a 7-under-par 63 to start the Scottish Open in Gullane, Scotland on Thursday. List moved into the lead with his...
5 days ago - LA Times
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Paul Wilmot Communications Is Hiring A Senior Account Executive In New York, NY
Paul Wilmot Communications is looking for an ambitious and enthusiastic Senior Account Executive to join its thriving Fashion team, which works with both men's and women's...
9 marvellous marine species to spot around UK shores this summer
The summer months see marine life - whales, dolphins, seals, seabirds, and more - flocking to the UK's shores. Here are 9 incredible wild beasts you can get to know this summer...
Inside the 65ft-deep man cave dug out by one man over 23 YEARS
Levon Arakelyan from Arinj, Armenia, started work on the strange space in 1985 and was even working on the project on the day he died in 2008, aged 67.
Inside the quaint Knoll House hotel where Enid Blyton stayed
Picturesque Knoll House Hotel in Dorset passed to new owners last year and efforts have been made to retain its traditional charm, with rooms featuring Roberts radios and...
A Tribute to Environmentalist Nathaniel Reed
This article is brought to you by the International League of Conservation Photographers. Read our other articles on the National Geographic Voices blog featuring the work of...
Hello Kitty bullet train is unveiled in Japan
The special shinkansen or bullet train will run for the next three months between the western cities of Osaka and Fukuoka, the West Japan Railway firm said. It hopes it will...
British Airways owner launches new budget airline serving Europe
International Airlines Group announced that a new Austrian subsidiary named Level - the same as its low-cost long-haul brand - will launch in less than three weeks.
Inside the stunning London suite where Rudyard Kipling used to stay
Brown's Hotel in London's Mayfair is where Kipling penned some of the Jungle Book and it has a rather fabulous suite in honour of the British writer.
The Crafty Traveller: Slowing down in France - and other tips for road trips
France has introduced a new reduced speed limit on many A and B roads. Here, The Mail on Sunday's Travel Editor issues tips on how to avoid being penalised.
Ryanair passengers face flight cancellations as pilots strike
The budget airline has already scrapped 30 out of 290 services between Ireland and the UK that had been scheduled for Thursday.