Liguori: British Open's Final Round Was One For The History BooksTheir showdown emerged into a classic Ali vs. Frazier-type confrontation with the quality of jabs -- the shots, the punches, the putts, the back and forth. It turned into the most entertaining final round I’ve ever watched.
Liguori: Full Props To U.S. Open Champ Johnson For Handling AdversityDustin Johnson has finally won a major title, and he may just be the most deserving winner yet.
Liguori: Pair Of Unknowns Light Up Soggy First Round At OakmontAndrew Landry set himself up with a 10-foot birdie opportunity on the par-4 9th before play was called for the day.
Liguori: Jason Day's Mental Strength A Deciding Factor In Picking A WinnerWhatever those intangibles are, Day has it all. And that is why I see the Aussie winning here and many more championships in the future.
Liguori: 116th U.S. Open Is Knee-Deep In History And DifficultyOakmont Country Club, the quintessential U.S. Open course, overflows with history and is the toughest test in golf, period.
Liguori: Spieth Should Bounce Back From Masters Back 9 MeltdownJordan Spieth's epic meltdown on "Amen Corner" during the final round of The Masters transformed his five-shot lead through nine to a three-shot deficit three holes later.
Liguori: Scary Part Is, Spieth Made His Fast Start At Masters Look EasyJordan Spieth continued where he left off after last year's impressive performance at Augusta National.
Liguori: Preserving Tradition And Making Improvements At Masters Is A Delicate Balancing ActThere's a fine balance between maintaining the tradition that adds to the magic of the Masters while making improvements to the championship.
Liguori: Stars Admit Trying Too Hard Did Them In At Previous MastersCurrent world No. 1 Jason Day and a former top-ranked player, Rory McIlroy, are both looking for their first Masters title.
Liguori: Picking A Winner At This Year's Masters Not An Easy FeatWho will win the 2016 Masters? Take your pick. There are a bundle of story lines this year, loads of depth and players peaking at just the right time.
Liguori: Drive, Chip & Putt Championship For Juniors Kicks Off Masters Week At AugustaThe top boys and girls, ages 7 to 15, advanced to Sunday's finals, via a series of local qualifying events.
Liguori: CTE Discoverer Dr. Bennet Omalu Says Kids Under 12 Should Not Play Contact SportsDr. Bennet Omalu, the pathologist who made the discovery of chronic traumatic encephalopathy (CTE), gave a most fascinating keynote address on Long Island on Wednesday.

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