Golf-Woods, Mickelson to play coronavirus relief match with Brady, Manning - report
Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson will play a coronavirus relief golf match next month with Super Bowl-winning quarterbacks Tom Brady and Peyton Manning, CNBC reported on Wednesday.
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How Paige Spiranac is keeping Instagram positive amid coronavirus outbreak
Paige Spiranac hopes to be a source of positivity for her 2.3 million Instagram followers amid the coronavirus pandemic. “I've been trying to be positive with all my content...
1 hour ago - New York Post
Report: Tiger Woods, Phil Mickelson to Play Match with Tom Brady, Peyton Manning
Four legends are reportedly teaming up for a cross-sport showdown to raise money for charity during the coronavirus pandemic...
2 hours ago - Bleacher Report - 5 articles
R&A, USGA postpone Curtis Cup matches to 2021
The Curtis Cup and two other amateur golf championships were postponed Wednesday due to the coronavirus pandemic.
2 hours ago - National Post
From bakeries in France to golf courses in Arizona, here is what is considered an 'essential' business during the coronavirus outbreak across borders
As countries, states and cities issue lockdowns and stay-at-home orders , only "essential" businesses are staying open. Businesses that fall under the "non-essential" category...
3 hours ago - Business Insider
Report: Tom Brady, Peyton Manning to join Tiger Woods, Phil Mickelson in charity golf match
Sports fans won't have to wait until Tom Brady makes his Tampa Bay Buccaneers debut to see the legendary quarterback compete in a sporting event.
4 hours ago - Comcast SportsNet - 5 articles
14 golfers DQ'd from mini-tour event for rare rules violation
After playing from a tee farther from the cup than the one prescribed, 14 players were disqualified from a mini-tour golf event in Buckeye, Ariz., on Monday.
18 hours ago - National Post
Column: Postponing Olympics merely an inconvenience for golf
The move was expected, yet no less exceptional, when the IOC decided to postpone the Tokyo Olympics until next year.
20 hours ago - Saint Louis Today
No dog parks, no large funerals: The San Francisco Bay Area tightened shelter-in-place restrictions and extended its order through April to continue curbing the spread of the coronavirus
There are new rules to the San Francisco Bay Area shelter-in-place order designed to keep the coronavirus outbreak at bay so the healthcare system is not overwhelmed. Residents...
21 hours ago - Business Insider - 2 articles
Another virus cost: corruption trials join sports on sideline
Every sports fan is missing some events more than others, whether it's Opening Day, March Madness, the Boston Marathon, the Masters golf tournament, etc. Me, I'm missing the...
21 hours ago - Boston Herald
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Wimbledon canceled for first time since World War II due to coronavirus
Wimbledon was canceled on Wednesday because of the coronavirus pandemic, the first time since World War II that the oldest Grand Slam tennis tournament won't be played. The All...
New York City nurse says she worked for a week while infected with coronavirus
She said her diagnosis went undetected because the hospitals where she worked have not been testing staff.
Toilet paper spills onto Texas highway after truck catches fire
No, this is not an April Fool's prank. A Texas interstate was closed early Wednesday morning after a tractor-trailer carrying a load of toilet paper crashed and caught fire.
Coast Guard: Cruise ships must stay at sea with sick on board
Two cruise ships are sailing toward Florida after being stranded at sea.
Target, Trader Joe's and other stores close on Easter Sunday to give...
Grocery store workers have been working around the clock to make sure shelves are stocked during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Andrew Jack, 'Star Wars' actor, dies from Covid-19
The actor, who also worked as a dialect coach, died in a hospital in Surrey on Tuesday, Jack's agent Jill McCullough said in a statement.
IDPH reports 2 additional deaths, 52 new COVID-19 cases
The Iowa Department of Public Health reports 2 deaths and 52 additional positive cases of Iowans with COVID-19.
WarnerMedia names former Hulu and Amazon exec Jason Kilar as CEO
Jason Kilar has been named the CEO of WarnerMedia effective May 1, the company announced on Wednesday. Kilar was formerly the founding CEO of Hulu, and previously served as a...
Sprint and T-Mobile officially complete merger
T-Mobile US said on Wednesday it officially completed the merger with Sprint, solidifying its position as the No.3 wireless providers in the US. T-Mobile's longtime Chief...
Kevin Durant and three other Nets cleared of coronavirus after positive tests
The Nets were harder-hit than any other NBA team by the coronavirus, with four players testing positive, including Kevin Durant. But all are cleared and symptom-free, according...