Marathon No. 10 Will Draw Full House
Lee Corrigan, president of Corrigan Sports Enterprises, expects 22,000 people to participate in the 10th annual Under Armour Baltimore Running Festival Oct. 16.
Schedule An Early Round And See Autumn Sunrise
While spring and summer are thought of as the prime golf seasons in the mid-Atlantic, autumn offers some excellent opportunities to enjoy the game during moderate temperatures and on less-crowded courses.
Golfing Green Pro Tip: Stay Aggressive On Long Putts
Dave Harget, the teaching professional at Cross Creek Golf Club in Beltsville, offers a few tips on improving your lag putting.
National Convention Inspires Charm City Collectors
The National Sports Collectors Convention generated considerable excitement among the approximately 30,000 fans and collectors swarming to the Baltimore Convention Center and also provoked interest among new and prospective sports memorabilia collectors in the area.
Sharapova Beats Local Tennis Phenom, Beatrice Capra
Maria Sharapova beat out Ellicott City, Md. native Beatrice Capra, 6-0, in the third round of the women's singles at Arthur Ashe Stadium.
Golfing Green: Picking The Right Club
One of the biggest mistakes the average golfer makes is not selecting the right club for approach shots. Most golfers don't use enough club and end up falling short when going for the green.
Garceau Test-Drives Ping Hybrid
Sportscaster Scott Garceau is a passionate golfer who loves the game and can flirt with a round in the 70s from time to time. He recently tested the new Ping Rapture V2 Hybrid and compare it to his current 5-wood.
Thousands Flock To Baltimore For Collectors Convention
From the time the doors to the Baltimore Convention Center swung open Aug. 4 on The National Sports Collectors Convention's "Sneak Peak" Wednesday, sports fans and collectors were treated to one of the largest and most extensive displays of collectible exhibits and athlete signings in the country.
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