GOLF

Storey, Browne Wiltshire headed for Maine Golf Hall

Nancy Storey, the executive director of the Maine State Golf Association, and Elizabeth Browne Wiltshire will be inducted Sept. 7 into the Maine Golf Hall of Fame at Poland Springs Resort.

Storey and Wiltshire were overwhelming candidates in the 25th class, said Gary Rees, the Hall’s executive director.

Storey, a 1983 graduate of the University of Maine, has been the MSGA’s executive director since 1997. She is one of the three women running a state golf association.

Browne Wiltshire grew up playing golf and operating the driving range at the Browne’s family-owned Natanis Golf Course in Vassalboro. She has been a Natanis club champion more than 20 times and won the 2015 Maine Senior Women’s championship.

Prior to the 7 p.m. induction, there will be an 18-hole scramble tournament at noon, social hour and dinner. For more information call Rees at 341-2911.

PGA: Martin Kaymer withdrew from the PGA Championship next week because of an injury to his left shoulder.

AUTO RACING

NASCAR: The group standardized the location of the overtime line, starting with this weekend’s races at Watkins Glen.

NASCAR said the start/finish line will serve as the overtime marker at every race the rest of this season.

NASCAR suspended Chris Gayle, the crew chief for Cup driver Erik Jones, for two races and fined him $50,000 for a rear suspension violation last weekend at Pocono Raceway.

SOCCER

MLS: Major League Soccer said it will move forward in the coming weeks to finalize David Beckham’s plan to bring an expansion franchise to Miami for the 2020 season.

Beckham met with MLS owners in Chicago. It’s another significant step for the Beckham group, which struck a deal with Miami-Dade County in June to pay $9 million for the final plot of land needed for its planned stadium site.

• Major League Soccer and Adidas announced a six-year extension to their sponsorship that will have the equipment maker supplying the league through 2024.

TENNIS

SHARAPOVA OUT: Maria Sharapova withdrew from the Bank of the West Classic with soreness in her left arm and underwent testing.

Sharapova pulled out of the event at Stanford based on the recommendation of a doctor as a “preventative decision” to avoid further injury trouble.

GENERALI OPEN: Austria’s 157th-ranked Sebastian Ofner upset top-seeded Pablo Cuevas of Uruguay 6-3, 2-6, 7-6 (3) at Kitzbuehel, Austria, to reach his first career quarterfinal.

TRACK AND FIELD

WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS: Andre De Grasse won’t get a chance to spoil Usain Bolt’s international finale at London, with a hamstring injury forcing the 22-year-old Canadian to pull out of the meet.

Athletics Canada issued a statement saying De Grasse hurt his hamstring in training Monday and made the decision to pull out of the championships after a second medical examination.

BASKETBALL

NBA: Former Golden State guard Ian Clark agreed to play for New Orleans on a one-year, veteran minimum contract.

The 6-foot-3 Clark averaged career highs of 6.8 points on 49 percent shooting in nearly 15 minutes per game last year.