Saturday May 4
John Huggan: Credit where it's (over) due
And, in something of a turn-up for a supposedly global institution that illogically and insularly insists on incorporating an "international" section within its US-centric walls, three of the five are Scots - the late Willie Park junior, Ken Schofield and Colin Montgomerie - each one representing varying aspects of the game our nation gave to the ... (more)
Famous Texas Open champions
Byron Nelson playing in the Texas Open at Brackenridge Golf Course. The date is February 10, 1934.
Deal of the Month: Ojai Valley Inn & Spa
Some golfers crave a U.S. Open-type beat-down. Me? I prefer a relaxing, playable course that offers a glorious setting, a dose of history and, if possible, an easy drive from a major city.
St. Petersburg Times
John Daly familiar with Tampa Bay Championship course
Fresh off a tie for 50th at the Puerto Rico Open on Sunday, crowd favorite John Daly was on Innisbrook's Copperhead Course on Monday for the Chi Chi Rodriguez Pro Am.
The Sand Trap
Raymond Floyd upset at Hall of Fame for inducting 'guys who don't belong'
The World Golf Hall of Fame clearly serves a purpose beyond that, though, doesn't it? How else do you justify the inclusion of, : Peter Alliss ? I'm not questioning the right of any of these three people to be in the World Golf Hall of Fame.