Golf: Holes-In-One

Holes-In-One Stephen Boucher: Boulder Ridge GC, No. 13, 138 yards, 8-iron. Dennis Hitchens: Brentwood GC, Creekside course, No. 8, 135 yards, 4-hybrid. Eoghan Canniffe: Monarch Bay GC, No. 7, 186 yards, 2-iron. John Estrada: Pruneridge GC, No. 2, 125 yards, 8-iron. Jack Freeman: Pruneridge GC, No. 6, 120 yards, 3-wood. John Bowron: Rossmoor GC, Stanley Dollar Ranch course, No. 2, 122 yards, 8-iron. Chris Sermone: Santa Teresa GC, No. 14, 161 yards, 6-iron. Mark Ryan: San Jose CC, No. 14, 160 yards, 8-iron. Eric Nelsen: San Jose Municipal GC, No. 12, 167 yards, 6-iron. Jody Klaiber: Sunken Gardens GC, No. 9, 146 yards, 3-wood. …read more Source:: East Bay –… Read More

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White Sox outfielder Avisail Garcia sidelined by right thumb injury

CHICAGO — White Sox outfielder Avisail Garcia has a right thumb injury that will sideline the All-Star slugger for a couple weeks. Garcia complained of continued discomfort in his thumb after the White Sox lost 7-2 to the Cubs on Tuesday. He got an MRI on Wednesday that revealed a strained ligament. The 26-year-old Garcia has been one of Chicago’s bright spots during a difficult season. He is batting .303 with 13 homers and 54 RBIs in 88 games. Alen Hanson got the start in right field Wednesday night against the Cubs. White Sox manager Rick Renteria said he isn’t sure exactly how he will fill the position while Garcia… Read More

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UFC champ Amanda Nunes may require surgery to fix sinusitis issue

UFC women’s bantamweight champion Amanda Nunes fell ill hours before her scheduled UFC 213 main event fight with Valentina Shevchenko earlier this month, citing chronic sinusitis. Nunes told Sportsnet Wednesday she is feeling “way better” now but added she is meeting with a specialist Thursday to determine a course of action to treat her condition. Nunes believes she will require surgery. The 29-year-old Brazilian needs certain medications, however she is wary of the fact she is enrolled in the UFC’s United States Anti-Doping Agency (USADA) testing program. “I have to see with the doctor what I’m going to do if it happens again the week of the fight because with… Read More

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Inevitable? Yes, the NBA is inevitably disappointing for Seattle

Never has inevitable felt so far away. But this is the NBA we’re talking about, so what did you expect? And anyone who was trying to spin Tuesday’s news as a positive sign when it comes to the NBA returning to Seattle is either painfully optimistic are unbelievably naive. Because while it might sound good to hear that NBA commissioner Adam Silver told Blazers player C.J. McCollum that expansion was inevitable and cited Seattle specifically as being on the short list for consideration, well, what he said before that was far more telling: Coming off of these Finals, you have some fans saying, ‘There’s only one good team in the… Read More

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RHONY’s Luann D’Agostino Defends Her Drinking After Drunken Mexico Falls: ‘It Just Hit Me’

Luann D’Agostino has spent 10 years on The Real Housewives of New York City, but the former Countess found herself experiencing a first this season, when she got very drunk and fell — twice — during a group trip to Mexico. It’s a scene that’s already become one of the most iconic in Housewives history. And no one is laughing harder that D’Agostino herself. “It was too funny,” D’Agostino told PEOPLE at ACE’s Third Annual Foodie Ball — a charity event to raise money to help the homeless find full-time housing, employment, and economic independence. Though D’Agostino is known for being able to hold her alcohol, the tequila ended up… Read More

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Use this Vox tool to find out if you’ll see the solar eclipse where you live

A solar eclipse will hit the United States on Aug. 21. But some areas will get a better look at the solar event than others. Vox recently put together an interactive tool that allows people to search with their own zip code to see when and where they will see the “Great American Eclipse.” The best zip codes for the solar eclipse include Salem, Oregon, 97301, and Idaho Falls, 83401, which will both see a total solar eclipse. Salt Lake City area codes, such as 84044 and 84101, will see a partial solar eclipse. “Just be careful: Even on eclipse day, it’s not safe to stare directly into the sun… Read More

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Twitter Is In LOVE With This Guy's Reaction To His Girlfriend's Wig

When you’re seeing someone new, it can take a while to go from making out at the bar after last call to pooping at their place. And for some, another step comes between that: “How do I tell my boyfriend I wear a wig?” currently has more than one million search results on Google. Now, wearing a wig is absolutely nothing to be ashamed of — and no one needs another person’s stamp of approval to rock one, either. But, the truth is, it used to be a pretty awkward relationship subject to broach. Not in the year 2017, though. These days, girls and guys are not only snatching their… Read More

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Gordon Ramsay's Food Tastes So Good It Made This Chef Cry

We’ve long been using Gordon Ramsay’s original recipes to wow our dinner guest and our own taste buds. We’ve also always paid close attention to the Michelin-starred chef’s cooking tips that he shares on his many show and on social media — our burger patties have never been the same since we took his suggestion of adding butter to them as they cook. When we follow Ramsay’s lead in the kitchen, things almost always pan out, and yet, apparently we’re still really missing out by never having had the opportunity to try food prepared by the chef himself. This fact became quite clear when, thanks to FoodBeast, we came across… Read More

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Watch NASA test the monster engine that will launch the most powerful rocket in history

On July 25, NASA tested one of its RS-25 engines. The RS-25 engine isn’t just any engine — it’s a rocket engine that will launch the most powerful rocket in history — the Space Launch System (SLS) — in 2019. This was the third successful test of the RS-25 engines. When SLS launches, there will be four RS-25 engines helping it lift off — as well as two solid rocket boosters. In total, the rocket will generate 8 million pounds of thrust, enabling it to lift a payload weighing the equivalent of 11 African elephants into space. That might sound like a lot, but this is the rocket that NASA… Read More

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