[April 3, 2012]–The shock of missing what appeared to be a gimme one-foot putt to win a major was all… Read more »
Geoffrey Cornish died this morning at the age of 97. I had the great pleasure of meeting him a little… Read more »
Congratulations to the U.S. team for its Presidents Cups win in Melbourne earlier today [Nov. 20, 2011]. Watching some of… Read more »
He made it to 103, but Errie Ball finally succumbed early in the morning of July 2, 2014. The following… Read more »
Golf was first played in Thailand in 1906, at the Royal Bangkok Sports Club. When the Banyan Golf Club in… Read more »
Five time Open Champion (1901, 1905, 1906, 1908, 1910) James Braid was born on February 6, 1870 in Fife, Scotland…. Read more »
[Apr. 13, 2010]–An unattributed photo has been flying around the Twitterverse today, reportedly showing Phil Mickelson motoring through a Krispy… Read more »
The shot heard round the world yesterday was Phil Mickelson’s second on the thirteen hole at Augusta National. Mickelson stuck… Read more »
Obama has multiple reasons to point Air Force One toward Ireland. Anyone who has heard the Corrigan Brothers song, “There’s No One as Irish as Barack O’Bama” (or seen it performed on YouTube), knows the President’s great great great grandfather was born in the Irish village of Moneygall.
What happens after some joker lets loose the first bellow of the old, “Get in the hole!”?