Barry McDermott

Barry McDermott

All Barry McDermott Stories

Aug. 25, 1986


Greg Norman, golf's Great White Shark, charged after a Grand Slam, and though he came away with just one major, it was a merry and wild ...

July 30, 1979

A Knight to remember

Cincinnati's Ray Knight has made the fans forget Pete Rose—well, almost

April 05, 1976


In the city of the Liberty Bell, Indiana repaired the hairline crack in its image, chucked the yoke of misfortune that hung from its neck for a year ...

June 10, 1985

She cleaned their clocks

Overcoming a slow-play penalty, Nancy Lopez won another LPGA

April 29, 1985

Cheers For Langer Linger Longer

As an encore to his Masters win, Bernhard Langer held center stage once more at the Heritage Classic

June 24, 1985

A Blast From The Past

Andy North hadn't won since his '78 Open, but he hung tough and triumphed at Oakland Hills Sunday as Taiwan's T.C. Chen finally folded

July 08, 1974

He's really a big shot

Not even Jack Nicklaus can outdrive Jim Dent, who wishes the rest of his game was smashing, too

June 27, 1983

Here's Carling, Her Daddy's Darling

Sportsman John Basset I may own the USFL's Tampa Bay Bandits, but he finds the success of his 15-year-old daughter, a rising star on the pro tennis circuit, even more rewarding

March 31, 1975


Now that unbeaten Indiana has been nosed out by Kentucky, the NCAA finals are odds-on to be a battle to the wire among Louisville, UCLA, surprising ...

Nov. 12, 1979

A grim grip on the cup

Tracy Austin (above) was a star in a resolute battle against the British as the U.S. team regained the Wightman Cup

May 22, 1978


In the WCT finals, Gerulaitis beat Dibbs for the first time, pleasing his dad and enabling him to put a down payment on the Ferrari.

June 11, 1973

Top billing for the other Kathy

The village of Las Vegas never has listed enchantment among its tourist attractions, for the city is layered with a tangy sauce of neon, silicone and dollars both ...

Sept. 02, 1985

A Walker Cup On The Wild Side

The U.S. narrowly beat Great Britain and Ireland in the biennial amateur competition, on a course that upstaged the golfers—rugged Pine Valley

Oct. 16, 1972

Tulane dines high on one man's family

It's an immovable feast in New Orleans now that the Foley brothers—Steve, Mike and Rob—and most everybody else in their vast clan are leading that old ripple, the Green Wave, to its finest splash in years

June 13, 1983

Sac Man lives up to his name

Panther John Corker is a corker, as a defender and as a character

March 08, 1982

Danny is just one of the boys

Seton Hall's Danny Callandrillo is a high scorer who's low key

Aug. 06, 1984

Last One In Is The U.S. Open Champ!

Golfer Fuzzy Zoeller, a down-home boy from Indiana, made a big splash by not throwing in the towel in the U.S. Open

April 29, 1974


When Jo Ann Prentice birdied the fourth hole of sudden death to beat Jane Blalock and Sandra Haynie, her reward was $32000, biggest ever ...