Hunter Mahan leads Titleist golf ball loyalists to a 7-win week across the globe.
If at First You Don’t Succeed…
Forget about friendships and cliques. This week’s episode was all about putting up or shutting up. When you really look at it, there weren’t too many fireworks.
Odds and ends.
This is the 10th season of Big Break that I have had the privilege of being a part of and looking back on how I got to this point has been amazing.
As I mentioned a few weeks ago, a very interesting dynamic is developing this season on Big Break that I haven’t ever seen in the 16 seasons I have been a part of the show.
This season of Big Break is all about choices and episode five starts out with a big one team selection.
Normally, this space is reserved for behind the scenes factoids, little known production facts as told by various show producers and the incoherent thoughts and ramblings of yours truly, Big Break
So far, this season has shown a very interesting evolution in the world of being a Big Break contestant.
Most people assume casting a show is a scientific process, combine x, y, z and boom, dynamite.
SCORING: Deutsche Bank | Web.com Finals
Palmer leads Bradley in Boston | Ryder on minds
Arnie's grandson leads Web.com Finals event
Rory opens with 1-under 70 | Hangs with Clinton
Day (66) pain-free | Spieth overcomes rough start
Ryder hopefuls: Webb (66) | Luke (69), Poulter (67)
Palmer rides hot putter to Deutsche Bank lead
Players, caddies show support for Bennett family
GR: #EpicFail; QB Brees' Masters plan | #AskLav
I.K. Kim (65) leads by 3 at Portland Classic | Scores
62 propels Otto to Italian Open lead | Scores
Miller, Brandel: Tiger's body | Coach danger
Pernice, Bart Bryant share lead in Calgary | Scores
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