There are many amateur golfers who have compelling stories to tell. Do you know of a “Local Legend”?
John Steinbreder wouldn't wish a cart girl job on his daughter
Jackie Pung’s scorecard error at the Open was the beginning of her downfall.
Michael Sim wasn’t about to rush himself when he had a chance to win the Nationwide Tour’s PalmettoPride Classic.
Quick, name the only golfer not named Annika Sorenstam to finish in the top eight on the LPGA money list each of the past three years. If you said Hee-Won Han, you’d be correct.
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World Golf Hall of Fame voters must consider not only a player’s competitive record, but also his or her contributions to the game.
As Hall of Fame careers go, Nelson took something of a serpentine path to golf’s most coveted locker room.
Jim Rutledge is Canadian like maple leafs and cheap meds. Quiet, friendly and unassuming, almost to a fault. After only five minutes with him you have to resist the urge to ask if he knows Bob from Winnipeg, and you realize that, above all else, Rutledge is honest.