British American Tobacco Plc, Europe’s largest cigarette maker, said first-half operating profit rose 4 percent as higher prices offset falling consumption.
John Daly found himself in a unfamiliar place after a 6-under-par 66 put him among the leaders in the first round of the British Open at St. Andrews.
John Daly ’s trousers are brighter than his golf game at the moment.
Two-time major golf champion John Daly quit the Australian Open after hitting several balls into a water hazard on the 11th hole of his opening round.
Adam Scott gave Australia its first champion in the 77-year history of golf’s Masters Tournament by outlasting Angel Cabrera in a playoff.
Last Christmas Eve, University of Texas Athletic Director DeLoss Dodds got the gift he’d been waiting for: a $300 million promise from ESPN that would transform college sports.
Northern Ireland’s Rory McIlroy capitalized on calm weather, shooting a record-tying 63 in the first round of golf’s British Open to take a two-shot lead over South Africa’s Louis Oosthuizen.
Kevin Na shook his head as he left the ninth green at the Texas Open yesterday, having taken 16 shots to set a record for the highest score on a par-4 hole at a U.S. PGA Tour event.
Scotland’s Paul Lawrie hit a final- round 7-under-par 65 to win golf’s Qatar Masters, 13 years after his first success at the tournament.
Phil Mickelson said the cheering crowds he heard at the 17th hole during the 2002 U.S. Open at New York’s Bethpage Black course were as loud as he’s heard in 20 years in professional golf.
"The way I'm hitting it, I just do not want to get too up or too down about it."
- John Daly on Aug 09, 2012