Feb 12, 2016 | 10:33 am

Baubles For Birdies

When she scored her first hole-in-one, Lynelle Wagner was given a necklace. That inspired her to create a line of golf-themed women’s jewelry aimed at a “more sophisticated palate.” Wagner—who also is president of the women’s golf organization at Bel-Air Country Club in Los Angeles—teamed with Mario Jewelers of Beverly Hills and their first five collections are now available. Among the pieces are cocktail rings featuring colorful stones, 18-karat-gold bracelets with diamond-studded charms, intricately detailed earrings, as well as charms, rings, and earrings in club, ball, and other golf-relevant designs. For more dedicated players, there are pieces like the 80, 90, and 100 charms shown above, which commemorate key moments such as shooting low scores and making birdies. Prices range from $500 to $5,000, with more information and pieces on view at the website. Remember, it's almost Valentine's Day...

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Feb 11, 2016 | 09:41 am

Success Depends Upon Previous Preparation…

The US has won one of the last seven Ryder Cups and 2016 Captain Davis Love III doesn’t want to leave his post making it one win in the last eight. The US Captain is hoping better preparation will aid in the battle eight months from now at Hazeltine. "We're going to have a dinner during the week of Honda, and then we'll probably have two or three more," Love said Wednesday according to the Associated Press. "So I'm going to be a little bit more focused this time on the start, work my way through the points list and make sure that we've got everybody covered — not wait until the Memorial Tournament when we have a clothes fitting to talk to the guys for the first time." The three-month head start will provide an opportunity for the team to bond, according to Love. We will see if the previous preparation leads the US team to success come the end of September when the best players from the US and Europe clash in Minnesota. 

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Pebble Beach

Feb 10, 2016 | 09:22 am

DVR Alert

With its fantastic lineup of courses, setting, and history, few PGA Tour events outside of the majors have the cachet of the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am. Sure the weather can be miserable, but there will be no "Crosby weather" this year. The forecast looks great, with sunny skies and temps in the 60s all week. The PGA Tour field is also the strongest in a decade with 12 of the top 25 golfers in the world teeing it up, including world No. 1 Jordan Spieth and No. 3 Jason Day. Other notable players include Bubba Watson, Phil Mickelson, and Justin Rose, whose pro-am partner is Justin Timberlake, who returns after a six-year absence. Other celeb participants include Bill Murray, Aaron Rogers, and first-timer Mark Wahlberg. Of course, the real star of the show is the Monterey Peninsula. Here's when and where you can see the beautiful blimp shots.

Golf Channel

Golf Channel 1–2:30PM, NBC 3–6/6:30PM

In additiong, PGA TOUR Live will be webcasting featured groups Thursday and Friday from 11AM–3PM and featured holes from 3–6PM. It will also show featured groups on Saturday and Sunday from 11AM–6PM.

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Feb 09, 2016 | 08:45 am

He's Baaaaaaack!!!

With the 11th hour drama that has become his trademark, mercurial Bill Murray has announced his participation in this week’s AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am. He of the exploding golf balls, bunker dances with eldery ladies, and gallery sing alongs will give it a go despite recent hand surgery, adding to an already stellar field led on the pro side by Jordan Spieth, Jason Day, Dustin Johnson, Phil Mickelson, and defender Brandt Snedeker. Irishman Paul Dunne, the 23-year-old who at one point led last year’s Open Championship at St. Andrews as an amateur, will make his U.S. professional debut, playing under a sponsor’s exemption, while the amateur contingent, in addition to Murray, includes Justin Timberlake, Mark Wahlberg, and Ray Romano, along with the usual smattering of high-profile athletes and business moguls. 

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