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When Paul Goydos shot the lowest score in PGA Tour history, the LeBron James change of teams stole his headlines.... Read more »
Every week of the season, the SI Golf Group has an online roundtable (which does not seem to welcome reader... Read more »
I must be psychic. Just a few short weeks ago, I wrote a congratulatory blog to Paul Goydos for becoming... Read more »
It was a sin of omission - sort of. Who would ever know? Apparently, only the priest and me. Until now.
According to news reports last week, officials of the Evian Masters in France were talking to LPGA Commissioner Michael Whan... Read more »
[Updated Feb. 16, 2018]–One of the great things about being married is that every now and again your spouse does... Read more »
Take a swing on three golf gems by Canada’s greatest course designer The late Stanley Thompson was the greatest golf... Read more »
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Whenever an unexpected player breaks through and wins a major, the questions are always immediately asked, “Is this guy for... Read more »
Jack Nicklaus once said that he loved it when other players would complain about conditions, because he knew they weren’t... Read more »
My book, “Golf’s Higher Plane” was finished and already reviewed, and my DVD and audio CD were going through final... Read more »
On the day when PGA Tour veteran Paul Goydos accomplished the most difficult feat in golf, virtually every newspaper sports... Read more »
July 8, 2010 – Silvis, IL Got to love it when one of golf’s really “good guys” becomes only the... Read more »
The U.S. Women’s Open returned to Oakmont this year for the first time since 1992, a championship noteworthy for one... Read more »