Attention Aussies: If you can’t talk American football, you won’t make many friends on the US PGA Tour.
When I was a rookie, going to the range for an hour took an hour. Now that I’ve had some success (I’ve won, and I’ve made a double-digit number of cuts the past six seasons), I allot 1:45 for an hour of practice. Walking from the locker room to the range, or from the fitness Read more…
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The tour hits us with fines and I’m fine with that.
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The single life.
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When it makes sense to join the jet set.
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A tour of characters, in 140 characters.
Yeah, we quit in the middle of a tournament.
My caddie has my back, so I’ve got his.
Perks? Free flights for everybody!
Now you know why we work with caddie killers – players who hire and fire so many loopers you wonder where they all go.
In our living room my wife and I have photos from our wedding. Among them is a picture of her with the bridesmaids. But there is nothing of me and the groomsmen. That’s because one of the groomsmen was my former player, and I can’t stand the sight of him all dressed up next to me on the biggest day of my life. It’s just too painful.
I carry for a guy you know, but you haven’t heard his name much in the past few years. Still, given what I do for a living, I’m the subject of envy in social settings, and I’d be lying if I said the attention didn’t feel good.
my wife says I’m unusually curt and anxious. They’re right, of course, but they don’t have to figure out the wind at Golden Bell.