1. Coast Guard Shelves Plans to Shut Down Potomac Near a Trump Resort National, Today

    A public outcry led the Coast Guard to ease a security zone at Trump National Golf Club on the river for boats, kayaks and other watercraft.

  2. The Biker? He’s a PGA Tournament Director Sports, Yesterday

    Brent McLaughlin, a tattooed former roadie, is a different face of golf, running the Canadian Open with his own vision of the game.

  3. Jordan Spieth and Rory McIlroy, the Giants of the Modern Game Sports, July 24

    Both have a strong stage presence, but neither pretends to be anything — starting with invulnerable — that he isn’t.

  4. Kershaw Bound for D.L. With Back Problem Sports, July 24

    Kershaw, the major leagues’ leader in wins this season, left his start against the visiting Atlanta Braves after two innings on Sunday because of right low back tightness.

  5. Spieth Goes From Hunted to Hunter, and Back Again, in Winning British Open Sports, July 23

    Spieth, who held a three-stroke lead heading into the final round, saw it turn into a one-shot deficit. But a bogey, of all things, on No. 13 was the catalyst for a rally.

  6. Branden Grace Secures a Record, but Jordan Spieth Owns the Day Sports, July 22

    On a day when Grace became the first man to shoot a 62 in a major championship, Spieth extended his British Open lead to an 11-under 199.

  7. U.S. Soccer Team Beats Costa Rica to Make Gold Cup Final Sports, July 22

    In the 2-0 victory, Clint Dempsey matched Landon Donovan’s American record with his 57th international goal.

  8. Branden Grace Makes History at the British Open, Shooting a 62 Sports, July 22

    Grace’s score at Royal Birkdale in the third round was the lowest ever recorded at one of golf’s major men’s championships.

  9. Usain Bolt Ends His Diamond League Career With a Win Sports, July 22

    The eight-time Olympic champion sprinter from Jamaica is planning to retire after next month’s world track and field championships in London.

  10. At British Open, Caddies Have Their Golfers’ Bags, and Backs Sports, July 21

    The difficult conditions at the Open accentuate the utility of caddies, who do more than help with choice of club.

  11. How I Learned to Hate Golf Op Ed, July 21

    The selfish, elitist American players left me cold, but I’ll still watch the British Open.

  12. British Open Leaderboard: Jordan Spieth Pulls Ahead at Royal Birkdale Sports, July 21

    Spieth, one of the few golfers with an under-par round on a windy and wet Friday, holds a two-shot lead over Matt Kuchar after the second round.

  13. Chris Froome Nearing Fourth Tour de France Title Sports, July 21

    After the final day of climbing in the Alps, Froome leads Romain Bardet by 23 seconds ahead of Sunday’s finish.

  14. At British Open, Caddie Hands Rory McIlroy a Spark Sports, July 20

    The four-time major champion posted five bogeys in the front nine. Then a pep talk sunk in, and he made four birdies in the back nine.

  15. A British Open Lesson: Golf Is a Sport of Personal Responsibility Sports, July 20

    Jordan Spieth almost tied the record for the best first round at Royal Birkdale in the tournament. His failure to do so, he said, is on him.

  16. British Open Leaderboard: Spieth, Koepka and Kuchar Tied at the Top Sports, July 20

    Jordan Spieth, Matt Kuchar and Brooks Koepka, who recently won the U.S. Open, finished at 5-under 65 to take the first-round lead at Royal Birkdale.

  17. Where He Once Trespassed, Tommy Fleetwood Chases British Open Crown Sports, July 19

    As a child, Fleetwood and his father used to sneak onto the grounds at Royal Birkdale in England. Now, he’s aiming to be the first Englishman in 25 years to win the Open.

  18. Teenage Golfer Misses Out on $540,000 After U.S. Open Finish Sports, July 17

    Hye-Jin Choi, a 17-year-old from South Korea will not get the second-place prize money because of her status as an amateur.

  19. Washington Nationals Trade for Two Oakland Relievers Sports, July 16

    The Nationals, who have squandered many save chances, acquired Ryan Madson and Sean Doolittle for the right-hander Blake Treinen and two prospects.

  20. Sung Hyun Park Wins U.S. Women’s Open, Edging an Amateur Sports, July 16

    Park sank birdie putts on the 15 and 17th holes as she shot a five-under-par round of 67, surpassing her 17-year-old countrywoman Hye-Jin Choi.

  21. In Golf’s Birthplace, an Effort to Keep the Game Alive Sports, July 16

    Scotland is struggling to attract juniors to the sport. But the devoted are pushing to get children golfing earlier, before other sports beckon.

  22. Hootie Johnson, Who Opposed Letting Women Into Augusta National, Dies at 86 Sports, July 16

    Mr. Johnson’s clash with a women’s rights activist underscored how social discrimination could affect women’s professional ambitions.

  23. U.S. Shuts Out Nicaragua and Takes First Place in Group Sports, July 15

    The Americans scored the three goals they needed to reclaim the top spot from Panama in the Gold Cup. They will play in a quarterfinal match on Wednesday.

  24. Feng Shanshan Pursues Wire-to-Wire Victory at the U.S. Women’s Open Sports, July 15

    Only 22 of the 62 golfers who made the cut were under par for the tournament. The presence of President Trump provided some distraction from the chaos on the course.

  25. Korda Sisters Share a Bond, if Not a Room, at the U.S. Women’s Open Sports, July 15

    Jessica, 24, and Nelly, 18, daughters of the 1998 Australian Open winner, chose golf. Their brother, Sebastian, 17, competed as a junior at Wimbledon.

  26. At U.S. Women’s Open, Presidential Air Is Stirred by a Gust of Commotion Sports, July 14

    President Trump’s arrival in New Jersey marked the first time that a sitting president had attended the U.S.G.A.-sanctioned tournament.

  27. Chris Froome Loses Overall Lead at Tour de France Sports, July 14

    Romain Bardet of France won Stage 12, featuring a grueling climb to the finish, and is third over all, 25 seconds behind the new leader, Fabio Aru.

  28. Lexi Thompson and Her Mother Focus on Each Other, and Survival Sports, July 13

    After undergoing surgery and radiation treatments for uterine cancer, Judy Thompson was cheering on her daughter at the United States Women’s Open.

  29. U.S. Squanders Lead but Edges Martinique in Gold Cup Sports, July 13

    After a scoreless first half, the Americans took a 2-0 lead, but they came close to wasting it against a team that is not even a member of FIFA.

  30. Major Win Leads to Flurry of Distractions in Danielle Kang’s Bid for Another Sports, July 12

    After winning the Women’s P.G.A. Championship this month, the 24-year-old Californian is one of the players to watch at the U.S. Women’s Open at Trump National Golf Club.

  31. Michael Jordan Joins Derek Jeter’s Group Seeking to Buy Marlins Sports, July 12

    Commissioner Rob Manfred said the team’s owner was soon expected to choose from among three investment groups.

  32. On Trump’s Turf, U.S. Women’s Open Contenders Will Feel the Heat Sports, July 11

    The juxtaposition of President Trump, who has alienated women’s rights activists, and the premier women’s golf event in the country has put players in an awkward position.

  33. Astros Reach 60 Victories by Crushing the Blue Jays Sports, July 10

    Houston became just the fifth team in the past 40 years to reach that win total before the All-Star Game. The Los Angeles Dodgers notched their 60th win a day earlier.

  34. U.S. Fails to Win Gold Cup Opener for First Time Ever Sports, July 8

    After winning their previous 13 Concacaf Gold Cup openers, the Americans tied with Panama, 1-1.

  35. Marcel Kittel Easily Wins Stage 6 of the Tour de France Sports, July 7

    It was Kittel’s 11th victory in the Tour and his second this year. Chris Froome kept the yellow jersey as the overall leader.

  36. Peter Sagan Wins Third Stage of Tour de France Sports, July 3

    Sagan won his eighth career stage of the Tour, overcoming a late slip. Chris Froome, the three-time champion, moved up to second over all.

  37. Kyle Stanley Wins Quicken Loans National on First Playoff Hole Sports, July 3

    Stanley and Charles Howell III both missed the green, but Stanley chipped to five feet and made his putt after Howell had a chance to win in regulation.

  38. Danielle Kang Wins Women’s P.G.A. Championship Sports, July 2

    It was not only Kang’s first major victory, but her first L.P.G.A. Tour title.

  39. Danielle Kang and Chella Choi Tied in Women’s Championship Sports, July 1

    Kang is looking for her first win on the L.P.G.A. Tour at the KPMG Women’s P.G.A. Championship, and she has recently been getting high-profile support.

  40. Wesley Bryan’s Greatest Trick Shot Was Rapid Rise to PGA Win Sports, June 30

    Bryan was originally known for making homemade trick-shot videos with his brother. But after a blistering 16-month run, he won the RBC Heritage in April.

  41. Improbable Return Makes Defense of Senior Open Title Possible Sports, June 29

    Gene Sauers, the winner of last year’s United States Senior Open, has found success after nearly losing his life to a rare skin condition in 2011.