Al Tays

Tays joined as assistant managing editor in 2011. He has more than 40 years experience in journalism, beginning with a stint as a police reporter in suburban Boston while still a freshman at Northeastern University. His professional travels have included stops at the (Fort Lauderdale) Sun-Sentinel, Miami Herald, Boston Globe, Atlanta Journal-Constitution, Golf World magazine (where he was managing editor), Palm Beach Post and

Though primarily an editor, he is also a decorated writer, his work having been recognized by the Golf Writers Association of America, Associated Press Sports Editors, Florida Sports Writers, Cox Newspapers and PGA of America, South Florida Section.

He is the creator of the series, 'The Challenged Tour,' which seeks to spotlight the many inspirational tales of fellow disabled golfers. He lists as his favorite golf moment 'my next (good) tee shot.'

Latest articles by Al Tays

Sep 25, 2016 11:24 PM ET
Arnold Palmer, who built a golf legacy as the King by connecting with the common man, died Sunday in Pittsburgh, near his longtime home in Latrobe, Pa. He was 87. Read More
Sep 18, 2016 6:26 PM ET
With a closing 68 in the Boise Open, Andrew "Beef" Johnston locked up a fourth-place finish and a PGA Tour card for next season. Read More
Sep 17, 2016 6:55 PM ET
Andrew 'Beef' Johnston fell out of the lead in the Tour's Boise Open, but he's still in the mix for a PGA Tour card. Read More