Month: May 2019

Hank Haney’s radio show has been pulled from SiriusXM PGA Tour Radio’s Thursday and Friday schedule following the golf instructor’s controversial comments towards women’s golf. On Wednesday, Haney and co-host Steve Johnson made remarks that were perceived as racist and sexist regarding the U.S. Women’s Open. Haney mockingly predicted “a Korean” would win this week’s
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ABOUT With all the talk these days about driving distance, a better short game is still the fastest way to improve your scores. Why? Well, a couple reasons. First, you hit a lot more shots inside 50 yards than you do tee shots. Second, it’s easier to tweak the small swings than the big ones.
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DUBLIN, Ohio — As he trudged up the steep hill from the ninth green to the 10th tee at Muirfield Village Golf Club Wednesday morning, Tiger Woods locked eyes with the familiar, smiling visage of Memorial Tournament founder and host Jack Nicklaus. The two golf titans hugged and chatted. And then Jack’s wife, Barbara, stepped
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With 18 holes to play at Blessings Golf Club in Fayetteville, Ark., on Monday, there was never much doubt that an Oklahoma State golfer would be crowned the NCAA individual champion for the ninth time in school history. Where the suspense would arise was which Oklahoma State golfer it might be. Sophomore Matthew Wolff started
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It wouldn’t be a U.S. Open without a certain amount of moaning about the difficulty of the conditions and the course setup, but something changed last year at Shinnecock Hills. After a final-round debacle there in the 2004 Open, when players began putting balls into bunkers on one of America’s finest and most historic courses,
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The purse at this week’s Charles Schwab Challenge is nothing to sneeze at. The field is playing for $7.3 million with the winner earning $1,314,000. But there’s something else on the line at Colonial Country Club in Fort Worth that’s caught the interest of many watching the historic PGA Tour event. https://twitter.com/CSChallengeFW/status/1132641608657264642 That’s a restored
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One night, in 1922, Chester Hogan, a rural Texas blacksmith, was arguing with his wife. Then he went into another room, pulled a .38 revolver from his bag, and shot himself. According to some accounts, his 9-year-old son, Ben, was in the room with him. What did Ben Hogan witness—did he see the suicide? What
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