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  • Rosario added to Futures Game

    Rising Mets' prospect Amed Rosario has been added to the MLB Futures Game during the all-star break at Petco Park.

  • Daly and Singh headline DSGO field

    81 professionals will play in this year's DICK'S Sporting Goods Open. Two of those name stand out among the group and will garner quite the following this weekend. John Daly and Vijay Singh.

  • Actions Sports DSGO Predictions

    With the Dick's Sporting Goods Open teeing off tomorrow morning, the Actions Sports team, made up of Larry Burneal and Tyler Feldman, made their predictions on who will win the tournament.

  • Feldman Plays with the Pros

    If you don't know who I am just yet. That's fine. No worries. But, you're about to find out. Since I'm the new guy at WBNG, I was picked on to play nine holes against two PGA golfers, Fred Funk and Mike Goodes. I certainly embarrassed myself. Let's just hope I didn't embarrass the station.

  • Best Spots to Watch: Hole 18

    We heard before from Tournament Director, John Karedes, on how much he En-Joies the area between the 15th green and 16th hole. But there's another gem of a spot you should definitely go to watch the action.

  • Best Spots to Watch: Holes 15 and 16

    ENDICOTT (WBNG) - With this being the 10th anniversary of the Dick's Sporting Goods Open, spectators throughout the last decade have been able to watch some great golf.

  • Endwell's Bendert works through pro-am 'jitters'

    Wednesday Bendert played the En-Joie Golf Course, the course he belongs to, once again but under very different circumstances. Bendert was in the spot of the professional during the pro-am.

  • Van de Velde returns to golf at DICK'S Sporting Goods Open

    Jean Van de Velde. If you love golf, hearing that name immediately brings you back to the 1999 Open Championship at Carnoustie.

  • Sindelar feeling confident with new swing

    Back problems forced Sindelar to change his swing but he says he is finally learning how to play well again.

  • Carrillo is Grand in 11-5 Win

    The Binghamton Mets erupted for 11 runs on 15 hits, including a grand slam and five RBI from Xorge Carrillo, to defeat the Hartford Yard Goats, 11-5.

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