Palm Springs and Golf

True Story!

Golf tales from the desert, 
where Bing Crosby, a great singer, and Bob Hope, a great comedian, were also great golfers.

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Al Geiberger is 81. Time for him to play the O’Donnell golf course in downtown Palm Springs again, 58 years since he first played it. At O’Donnell, he will be returning to the place where he won prestigious amateur titles in 1958 and ’59. He wants to revisit some history. So do we. Palm Springs and golf are Hope and

Diamonds in the Rough

For 28 days they train 
and hope and chase the greatest 
of dreams: making The Show

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They come to Palm Springs for the California Winter League, a unique baseball creation that allows them to “chase their dream.”

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Djokovic Takes BNP Paribas Title

The men’s final at Indian Wells was as predictable as the aftermath of the women’s match was dramatic

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A marquee moment at the BNP Paribas Open tennis tournament at Indian Wells, a men’s final that featured superstar Novak Djokovic, turned into an afterthought Sunday.

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Azarenka Upsets Williams in the BNP Paribas Open Final

But the rousing comeback of a long-injured player was overshadowed by shocking comments made by the tournament’s chief executive

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What should have been the best of times in Sunday’s Indian Wells women’s tennis final turned into the worst of times. Also, perhaps the strangest of days in the history of the BNP Paribas Open.

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Djokovic Bests Nadal in BNP Paribas Semifinal

Although the Spaniard fought hard, as always, the world’s No. 1 player confirmed his status at Indian Wells

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Novak Djokovic brought his A game to the desert again Saturday afternoon, and the more he does it, the more he is reducing the rest of the men’s tennis tour to a bunch of B-minuses.

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Tennis Scars at Indian Wells Are Healing

Although not forgotten, the ugly backlash from a 15-year-old semifinal match that did not happen between Venus and Serena Williams appears to have reached a kind of closure

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When Serena Williams competes in Sunday’s final of the BNP Paribas Open, she has a chance to return to the scene of the alleged crime and see that it has no leftover evidence.