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Humor

Bill Murray was back to doing Bill Murray things at the John Deere Classic pro-am

What's better than Bill Murray back to playing golf? It's all that's great about pro-ams. Mingling with the guys who make big-time donations to tour events, and making everyone laugh -- the fans included. The...
Thursday, 7/9/2015 at 9:54AM
News & Tours

The carnage continues at TPC San Antonio as Scott Stallings makes an 11

Earlier on Thursday we told you about the travails of D.A. Points at the Valero Texas Open, but he is far from the only PGA Tour player struggling mightily in the opening round at TPC...
Thursday, 3/26/2015 at 12:48PM
News & Tours

D.A. Points absolutely butchered the first and third holes at TPC San Antonio, but he's still no Kevin Na

D.A. Points found the left side of the fairway with his opening shot of the Valero Texas Open, but that was the extent of his good start at TPC San Antonio. Points flew the green...
Thursday, 3/26/2015 at 10:43AM
Gear & Equipment

The reality of the anchoring ban is likely part of Keegan Bradley's Memorial trial

By E. Michael Johnson After the USGA and R&A announced in 2012 their intent to ban anchored strokes on Jan. 1, 2016 (a move that would later be adopted), Keegan Bradley -- who is...
Tuesday, 6/3/2014 at 6:35PM
Equipment

Fine-tuning sets for Masters conditions has been underway for weeks

By E. Michael Johnson Prior to the start of the Shell Houston Open, Rory McIlroy was asked if he was making any equipment changes for the Masters. The Ulsterman's answer was not only surprising, but...
Tuesday, 4/8/2014 at 1:52PM
Equipment

The Biggest Equipment Stories of 2013

From player's switching companies to new rules, there were plenty of plot twists in the golf equipment world this year
December 2013
News & Tours

PGA Tour golfer D.A. Points and caddie Kip Henley are defying the Chinese government

By Luke Kerr-DineenPGA Tour golfer D.A. Points and celebrity (celebrity?) caddie Kip Henley are succeeding where millions of Chinese activists, dissidents, and average citizens have failed.They are tweeting from China.Twitter.com is one of the many social media sites...
Tuesday, 10/29/2013 at 10:38AM
Gear & Equipment

Stenson's irons, mostly available in Asia, are a reminder of varied consumer mind-sets

By E. Michael Johnson Photo: Charles LabergeWhen a player wins a big event such as the Tour Championship or FedEx Cup, manufacturers usually like to tout the clubs that were used to help market them...
Tuesday, 9/24/2013 at 11:38AM
News & Tours

For Horschel in NOLA, heartburn, but no heartbreak

By John Strege Billy Horschel was in a good place last week, gastronomically and attitudinally, which brings up the old New Orleans question: Which came first, the Chicken Clemenceau or the Eggs Sardu? There...
Sunday, 4/28/2013 at 7:40PM
Gear & Equipment

Short Clubs, Big Rewards: Wedges are the unsung heroes of the Masters

By E. Michael Johnson Augusta National has long had a reputation as a course ruled by bombers who demolish the par 5s by going for them in two and making easy birdies and the...
Tuesday, 4/2/2013 at 8:17PM
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