Your Search Returned 39 tagged news reports
After years of fiscal troubles, The Players Club, the storied 125-year-old actors society, might have to put their historic Gramercy Park townhouse on the market. The club is $4 million in debt, and the property owes $250,000 in back taxes. To make
The Players Club, which has played host to some of the theater's legends, is celebrating its 125th anniversary...Going inside, you can't help but notice the portraits of some of the most famous performers from yesterday and today. All were or are
July 24, 2012 The venerable Players Club may soon have to part ways with one of its oldest members. John Singer Sargent's painting of the 19th-century actor Joseph Jefferson has quietly gone on the auction block, much to the dismay of several members.
Choi (pictured) will host his own tournament on the Asian Tour later this year, organisers said Monday, with the prize money among the best offered on the circuit...Choi will host his own tournament on the Asian Tour later this year, organisers said
Search This Blog Search Follow This Blog Recent Posts May 22 The Polara ball's asymmetrical pattern helps it correct slices and hooks. May 15 Al Del Greco and his son, Trey, are trying to qualify together for the United States Open golf championship.
Analysis & Opinion Rory Sabbatini of South Africa watches his tee shot on the ninth hole during second round play of The Players Championship in Ponte Vedra Beach, Florida May 13, 2011. Former champion Rory Sabbatini took advantage of relatively calm
European But now it appears that a comparison to Ben Hogan might be more applicable. Should Woods reduce his schedule, as Hogan did in the 1950s after a horrific car accident in 1949, to maximize his chances of adding four majors to catch Nicklaus?
Story continues below The result was a tie for sixth there, a tied 21st the following week then a third consecutive top 25 finish at last week's lucrative Players Championship where he charged home over the weekend after barely making the cut. The
Mike Weir's bid to extend his streak of consecutive majors will resume next week. The lefty from Bright's Grove, Ont., is one of 78 players entered in Monday's British Open qualifying tournament at Gleneagles Country Club in Plano, Texas. Eight
AP Sports Writer David Toms is in a good spot the week after coming oh so close to his first PGA Tour victory in five years. After that playoff loss last weekend at The Players Championship, Toms is playing one of his favorite tournaments at the