What We Learned: Deere, U.S. Sr. Open, Scottish Open
In this week's 'What We Learned,' we learned that Royal Lytham & St. Annes will have a slightly different look than we're used to, that Roger Chapman is a bigger stud than he gets credit for being, and at least one member of our staff is jonesing for the British Open.
A big day for Johnson and Green
Caddie Damon Green is playing in the U.S. Senior Open while boss Zach Johnson tees it up in the John Deere Classic.
Not-so-elementary, my dear Watson
Tom Watson had a decision to make: honor a commitment or play in one of his biggest events of the year.
Old Watson Leads Senior Open
7/7/06 -- Kansas isn't Scotland, but if there's a stiff breeze to be found, then Tom Watson's name can't be far from the top of the leaderboard.
Watson Leads Roberts Shoots 62
7/8/06 -- Tom Watson recorded his second straight 4-under 66 to take a two-shot lead over defending champion Allen Doyle into the final round of the U.S. Senior Open.
Haas Barr Share Sr Open Lead
7/6/06 -- Jay Haas, shooting for his second straight major senior title, reeled off three consecutive birdies on an unusually calm morning and shot a 3-under 67.
Funk Debuts in US Senior Open
7/3/06 -- Fred Funk will make his debut on the senior set this week in the tour's biggest event, the U.S. Senior Open.
Funk Struggles With Life at 50
By GEORGE WHITE7/5/06 -- Fred Funk is 50, which mean he can now compete on the Champions Tour. But how much will he play on the 50-and-over set?
Bryant Wins as Watson Implodes at Sr Open
7/8/07 -- Brad Bryant took advantage of another U.S. Senior Open flameout by Tom Watson.
Doyle Doubles at Senior Open
7/9/06 -- Allen Doyle shot 2-under 68 Sunday to turn a two-stroke deficit into a two-stroke victory at the U.S. Senior Open.