We asked members of the Orlando Sentinel staff to share some of their memories of Arnold Palmer. Mulligan and more Arnold Palmer had a pet dog in his Bay Hill office. Its name was "Mulligan." Perfect.
Arnold Palmer's vast legacy isn't found just in his hallowed golf career, charity work and family. You'll find it inside of a glass as well. Palmer may not have been the first to mix iced tea and lemo
What made Arnold Palmer such an object of admiration? We originally made a list of 86 reasons for his 86th birthday. We figured we'd update it when turned 100. Sadly, we'll never see that day. But we
Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho told his Chelsea counterpart Antonio Conte that his antics in whipping up the crowd during the London club's 4-0 victory Sunday were "humiliating," according to
Ernst Middendorp claims he is being “hunted” by the Premier Soccer League after receiving four different summons to appear before the disciplinary committee.
Eric Tinkler has already begun plotting the downfall of new African champions Mamelodi Sundowns‚ who his Cape Town City side will meet in the Absa Premiership in Atteridgeville on Sunday.
Mamelodi Sundowns’ victory in the African Champions League final on Sunday has the potential to kick-off a new era of success for South African clubs on the continental scene.
Mamelodi Sundowns have now their sights set on the FIFA Club World Cup in December after winning the African Champions League in Alexandria‚ Egypt‚ on Sunday night.
The R20 million prize money for winning the Caf Champions League will be divided amongst Mamelodi Sundowns’ players‚ the club’s president Patrice Motsepe said after his side lifted the trophy
Three-time world player of the year Cristiano Ronaldo will have to take on Real Madrid teammate Gareth Bale for the Ballon d'Or.
The pair have become friends, but an element of rivalry remains.
Ulster 19 Exeter 18: Dungannon’s Gareth Steenson came within a whisker of a dream return to his home province on Saturday night.
Zebre 7 Connacht 52: Two rounds played in the Champions Cup and only three teams in Europe have chalked up two wins. No surprise that Saracens and Clermont Auvergne have begun in such stellar fashion,
Lewis Hamilton turned in a commanding display to win the United States Grand Prix and complete the first leg of what would be a remarkable fightback in the Formula One world championship race.
As has been evident in the outpouring of sorrow since his death, Anthony Foley made a big impact on people’s lives within and beyond Munster and Saturday’s tribute to him at Thomond Park h
Clawing back a ten-second deficit after the opening stage Cavan driver Jonny Pringle (Ford Escort) went onto claim a 31-second victory in the Germaines of Baltinglass Rally.
Munster 38 Glasgow Warriors 17: Life will begin again for Munster Rugby this morning, the terrible limbo of the last seven days at an end, in some senses. The players provided their own, emphatic
Every now and then, a sporting event takes place which leaves those who witnessed it wondering whether a superior force had been at work.
Never before did Thomond Park radiate such an emotionally-charged atmosphere for a game which, in advance at least, the outcome wasn’t the most important issue on the day. Some harboured a fear
Liverpool 2 West Brom 1: Defence - or, rather, the lack of a brilliant one - would appear, at present, to be the one thing standing between Liverpool and their first league title in 27 years alth
It’s not every day that Paul McShane is compared to Marco van Basten but the Irishman was on Saturday after his volley gave Reading a 1-0 Championship win at Rotherham.
Cobh Ramblers 0 Drogheda Utd 2: A couple of well taken goals in two second-half minutes in this SSE Airtricity First Division play off, first leg put Drogheda well on course for a return to the Premie
Few could have predicted that the team that capitulated so easily to Arsenal were even capable of a performance like this.
Last time we spoke, three weeks ago, I glumly previewed: “Chelsea, Liverpool, City, and Fenerbache are all eminently loseable propositions; any repeated slackness would surely condemn us to anot
At one point it would be have been sacrilegious, if not plain lunacy, to even suggest it but following Jose Mourinho’s miserable, humiliating return to Stamford Bridge should we be asking more s
Chelsea 4 Manchester United 0: There was something about the way Jose Mourinho stood on the touchline, two minutes from the end of this deeply embarrassing defeat, which summed up perhaps the mos
Dundalk 2 Bohemians 1: Three, they say, is a magic number — and it certainly felt like it at Oriel Park last night as Dundalk players and fans jubilantly celebrated a hat-trick of league ti
Celtic 1 Rangers 0: Brendan Rodgers insists Celtic’s performance in this last-gasp Hampden Park win was every bit as good as in the thrashing of the Ibrox men last month.
Was it Albert Reynolds who said it’s never the big things that catch you? If he did, he was correct. The notion that the small, unexpected obstacles end up being fatal impediments isn’t co
Danesfort 0-14 Fenians 0-14: Danesfort and Fenians must do it all over again after the battle to beat the drop from Kilkenny’s senior hurling ranks ended all square in Palmerstown on Saturday.
Corofin 0-16 Salthill-Knocknacarra 0-11: Four Galway senior football titles in a row for the first time in their history is the reward for Corofin, who were dominant from the first to last minute
Ballygunner 4-20 Passage 1-12: The memory of the late Pat Flynn was honoured in style by his Ballygunner clubmen as they claimed a thoroughly convincing third consecutive senior county title in f
Denis Walsh has challenged his Ballygunner players to exorcise their underachievers tag as they prepare to face Thurles Sarsfields in next Sunday’s Munster SHC quarter-final.
Patrickswell 1-26 Ballybrown 1-7: Where parish rivalry is concerned, Patrickswell continue to hold the Indian sign over neighbours Ballybrown. Of far more importance to the famed Limerick club, t