Brooks Koepka wins the PGA Championship, his fourth major title in the last two years.
by: Brian Costa — The Wall Street Journal 19 May
Barring an unimaginable turn of events, the margin of victory will be the only question left for Brooks Koepka to settle in Sunday’s final round of the PGA Championship. He leads by seven strokes, the largest 54-hole lead in tournament history.
by: Brian Costa — The Wall Street Journal 18 May
Brooks Koepka held the lowest 36-hole score in major championship history after two days of play at the PGA Championship. He heads into the third round at 12 under par with a seven-shot lead.
by: Michael Salfino — The Wall Street Journal 17 May
With the stock market taking some sharp swings in recent days, investors may want to turn to the baseball card market.
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... investors may want to turn to the baseball card market, where demand for the cards of hot prospects is outpacing the number of collectors willing to sell. Even ...
by: Brian Costa — The Wall Street Journal 16 May
Brooks Koepka shot the lowest round ever recorded at Bethpage Black, a bogey-free, 7-under-par 63 that gave him the early lead in the PGA Championship.
by: Laine Higgins — The Wall Street Journal 16 May
With choreographed dance celebrations and rowdy tailgates, the Carolina Hurricanes have built a loyal fan base using tactics adopted from the gridiron .
... the Carolina Hurricanes,” he said. A little less than 18 months later, the ‘Canes have made a... To Read the Full Story Most Popular Videos Most Popular Artic ...
by: Jason Gay — The Wall Street Journal 16 May
The swanky TWA Hotel at JFK airport opened last night, selling a return to the glamorous, and mostly forgotten, Jet Age. Jason Gay was there and, to his surprise, he enjoyed his stay.
by: Ben Cohen — The Wall Street Journal 16 May
Boban Marjanovic plays a 7-foot-3 assassin in the new “John Wick” movie. Here’s the inside story of his casting.
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