Dan Reardon found a small story in the Seattle Tribune about Marijuana sales this weekend in Washington.
St. Louis native Scott Langley will most likely not make the 2015 U.S. Open, it would have been his fifth in six year.
Dan Reardon describes how his latest golf outing was disturbed by a father-son twosome playing before him.
Rory McIlroy won’t revolutionize the PGA Tour like Jack Nicklaus and Tiger Woods did in their careers.
For me, at the end of the extended period of play, I think it is fair to make a strong statement about what Tiger’s viability as a force in the game might still be.
I have walked in the pro shop of the Golf Courses at Forest Park dozens of times and seen the cardboard cut out of Charlie Rymer without ever taking the time to see what he was selling.
In a time when society, and particularly sports, demands uniqueness, Spieth is the “median” PGA Tour professional. Some might say normal.
Oddly the observation to follow originated on Superbowl Sunday. Both the NFL championship game in Arizona and the Phoenix PGA Tour stop were taking place the same week.
Why more than two decades of largely American failure?
Writing an advance for this week’s Ryder Cup matches in Scotland is a little like using a box of crayons with a coloring book in the dark.