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Now that Wentworth Golf Club has switched to semiprivate, it has been added to our list of public courses at The site is a comprehensive look at courses you can play in Pinellas, Hillsborough, Pasco and Hernando counties. Courses are broken down by county and price range. Each course has its own page, with course information, contact information and a video review.

Volunteers wanted

The PGA Tour Transitions Championship at Innisbrook in Palm Harbor needs volunteers for the March 17-20 event. Call (727) 942-5557 or go to

Injury of the day

Geoff Ogilvy might not be able to defend his title at the Tournament of Champions, the PGA Tour season-opener that begins today, after cutting his right index finger on a coral reef at the beach and taking 12 stitches. Ogilvy, in Hawaii for the event, won't decide his status until today.'s newest member 01/05/11 [Last modified: Wednesday, January 5, 2011 11:14pm]
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  1. Mike Evans stands behind Michael Bennett


    Bucs receiver Mike Evans was signing autographs for children after Bucs practice on Saturday. As he signed, he talked about Seattle defensive and former Buc Michael Bennett, who last Friday sat during the national anthem and who says he will continue to do so to fight racial injustice.

    Mike Evans, left, hauls in a pass in front of cornerback Vernon Hargreaves.
  2. Man, I miss Planet Simeon


    Simeon Rice, right, works with Bucs defensive end Ryan Russell.
  3. Bucs roundtable: Time for another kicking panic?


    Five days after the beleaguered Roberto Aguayo got cut after missing a PAT and a field goal, new Bucs kicker Nick Folk had a PAT blocked and missed a field goal.

  4. The Bloomingdale's that a Ruth baseball built

    The Heater

    NEW YORK — A treasure, possibly worth half a million dollars, could lie behind a granite slab at the base of the Bloomingdale's flagship store in Manhattan in New York City, just a few feet from a window displaying designer handbags: a baseball signed by Babe Ruth.

    According to reports from 1930, this cornerstone of Bloomingdale's flagship store in New York City could have a baseball signed by Babe Ruth and other items entombed with instructions not to open for 200 years. The Ruth ball, if there and in good condition, could be worth a record $500,000. [ New York Times]