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Karl Frisch is Democratic political strategist and can be reached at KarlFrisch.com
Blayne Hobbs and Dean Vomacka of the Southwest Section PGA edged Rob McIver and Michael Wog to win the 48th annual Goldwater Cup Matches on Tuesday at Mesa Country Club.
When Maria de la Paz Estrada walked out to her truck in May, it was crumpled and pinned between another car and a pole.
Mike Ferris and Greg Bruckner both shot a 9-under 63 on Thursday to share the lead after the first round of the AT&T Arizona Open at Desert Mountain's Apache Course in Scottsdale.
NEW YORK - Fewer than a half-million people were watching MSNBC when David Shuster made his comment that Hillary Rodham Clinton's campaign had "pimped out" daughter Chelsea by having her make political phone calls.
NEW YORK - After eating dinner at a famed Harlem restaurant recently, Fox News Channel's Bill O'Reilly told a radio audience he "couldn't get over the fact" that there was no difference between the black-run Sylvia's and other restaurants.
Funny thing about the AT&T Arizona Open: Even though the 54-hole tournament is sponsored by the Southwest Section of the PGA, its members seldom take home the first prize.
A dispute over the widening of Pima Road in north Scottsdale has some residents claiming the city is favoring a golf course over their neighborhood.
It hasn’t taken long for Brett Guetz to get used to golf in Arizona. Guetz grew up in Colorado, went to college in Texas and has now come to Arizona to get his professional golf career going. The golf career is going just fine as Guetz is the 2006 Arizona Open champion.
In the end, the lightning-fast, roller-coaster greens at Paradise Valley Country Club took their toll on those competing in the Ping/ Southwest Section PGA Championship.
So you're not a runner and don't really appreciate the nightmare of road closures forced by Sunday's P.F. Chang's Rock ’n’ Roll Arizona Marathon and Half Marathon. Well, as you struggle to navigate through and around the courses, keep in mind what a boost the event is to the area's economy.
North Phoenix resident Todd Rakotz started off hot and carried it all the way through to a three-stroke lead after first-round play of the 2004 AT &T Wireless Arizona Open Thursday at Scottsdale’s Troon Country Club.
Diversity is the theme of the AT&T Wireless Arizona Open, which tees off today for its three-day run at Troon Country Club in Scottsdale.
For the second straight year, Don Yrene proved he is the player to beat in the Southwest Section of the PGA.
It was a hard day on the hard court for Scottsdale's prep tennis players. Scottsdale schools had two individuals and three doubles teams in the semifinals of the 4A state singles and doubles tournament Saturday at Phoenix Tennis Center, but they were all eliminated short of the finals. Instead, it was Tucson athletes who ruled the day.