Perhaps it is because Michael Campbell’s 2005 win at Pinehurst has become so non-descript, but local memory is all about Payne Stewart’s win in 1999 and the Phil Michelson embrace on the 72nd hole.
In golf we have something other sports events don’t possess; we have the course.
Here’s four reasons why you should care about the Curtis Cup being in St. Louis.
Martin Kaymer’s duel with Jordan Spieth and Jim Furyk at the Players was good golf entertainment, not the least bit diminished by Tiger Woods not being in the field.
This past Sunday was one of those days when you had to think God is a golfer.
The simple truth about golf is every one of us chokes at the game way more than we would care to admit.
Perhaps the most endangered species in men’s golf is the career amateur player.
In a column for USA Today, Christine Brennan writes that the exodus from the game of golf in recent years is in part because “It is too expensive. It takes too long. It’s too hard. It’s too elitist.” I simply think she is wrong.
Even with all the coverage attendant to the first men’s golf major of the year, The Masters, there are some things that you may never learn.
Some St. Louisans made for a memorable September on the links.