Titleist Pro V1x loyalist Bubba Watson wins The Masters for the 2nd time in 3 years
Chamblee joined Golf Channel in 2004 and is a lead analyst for Golf Channel.
What do San Giorgio Maggiore at Dusk by Monet and the U.S. Open have in common?
The whispers, like drops of water that turn into a flood, have become deafening.
The analysis of parity is an interesting exercise, although one is not drawn to it so much out of hysteria – like that which makes us examine genius – as they are of mild annoyance.
As I ruminate about The Players Championship, it occurs to me that it’s stuck between the Masters and the U.S. Open and, like a middle child, it is searching for an identity.
I first remember seeing Seve Ballesteros on the cover of GolfWorld, contorted in his finish, straining for some advantage with his Elvis dark hair and the cover read, “Can This Teena
I’m often asked who has the best swing of all time and my response is always the same: 'Under what criteria?'
In any tournament, it is common to hear that one is engaged in a “battle,” either of attrition, with the field, a particular hole or within.
After the U.S. Open last year at Pebble Beach, I took my three children to Los Angeles for a vacation and we checked into the Beverly Hilton Hotel just off Santa Monica Blvd.
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