Fortunate to have played Baltusrol on Tuesday with a terrific caddie, sharp enough to bust the Titleists of one of my best friends. We teed off on a par 4, both in the fairway; although, I was 20 yards ahead. Standing at the first ball, the caddie said to us innocently, You know theyre building a Super Wal-Mart here. Naturally, we wondered exactly where. To my pal he deadpanned, Between your ball and his.
Speaking of major venues designed by Tillinghast, Winged Foots more about golf than exclusivity. Prospective members need to pass a modest playing ability test.
Davis Love III will no doubt be asked to relive his rainbow moment from 1997, and as a follow-up, if he thinks hes underachieved as that PGA Championship remains his only major title.
Hard to figure which is the better story: a Tiger win on Fathers Day or Phil grabbing a third straight major.
The pros at Canoe Brook seemed more comfortable with Michelle Wies attempt because she earned her way to the sectional as opposed to taking a sponsors exemption.
One tournament Id like to see: 'Best 16-Year-Old in the World,' open to boys and girls.
The 15-year-old who qualified from Hawaii will be garnering just a Wie bit of attention and publicity when he arrives at the U.S. Open.
Mickelson, Woods, Els, Singh and Furyk are favored by three over the Knicks.
Since taking a much needed lesson last week, Ive asked my wife, my two sons, my mother, and my sister-in-laws dog to check my club position at the top. The dog thought I was laid off too much.
Looking forward to a weeks worth of tabloid headline winners from The New York Post.
How deep is Winged Foots rough? At a recent practice round, a player searched for his ball and uncovered Knicks coach Larry Brown.
Amazing, but in the eyes of the impatient, Wie will have underachieved if she finishes 2006 without an LPGA win.
Your thoughts on Tiger, Phil, Michelle and my swing position are most welcome.