Bryson DeChambeau’s British Open Starts Safely, But Is His Future In Danger?

Bryson DeChambeau's British Open Starts Safely, But Is His Future In Danger?

ST. ANDREWS, Scotland — The Royal & Ancient Golf Club sent Bryson DeChambeau to the first tee of the British Open at 7:52 a.m. Thursday in a field that included Ozarks Yeti John Daly. It looked like a dark, funny joke: Bryson, the game’s scientist, and Daly, whose body is a science experiment. They had … Read more

At Stake This Weekend For LIV Golfers: A Claret Jug, and Respectability

At Stake This Weekend For LIV Golfers: A Claret Jug, and Respectability

ST. ANDREWS, Scotland — Good versus evil. Many books, movies, and songs are written, shot, and composed with the fight between the virtuous, moral, decent, and respectable against the wicked, vile, and immoral. The theme of good versus evil is evident throughout the Bible, Shakespeare’s tragedy “Macbeth” and all eight “Harry Potter” films, where author … Read more

Opinion: Is Mark Zuckerberg taking the first step toward turning Facebook into Yahoo 2.0?

Opinion: Is Mark Zuckerberg taking the first step toward turning Facebook into Yahoo 2.0?

Yahoo was once the most popular website on the planet, the one place everyone on the internet seemed to touch at least once per online session. However, after an ignominious slide, Yahoo is just another site that has fans in parts of Asia and offers niche products. Did Mark Zuckerberg start Facebook down a similar … Read more

Opinion: Google and Microsoft earnings show the bar has been lowered for Big Tech

Opinion: Google and Microsoft earnings show the bar has been lowered for Big Tech

Alphabet Inc. and Microsoft Corp. both reported results that fell short of Wall Street expectations on Tuesday, but not only did investors not crumble, but they both saw their stocks rise after hours trading. Amid troubling economic signs, tech stocks have been battered so far this year, and fears of a downturn among big tech … Read more