CBS golf personalities Jim Nantz and Nick Faldo expressed excitement rather than anxiety over the PGA Championship being part of a compressed 2016 summer golf schedule.
Born on Easter and April Fool’s day. Fill in your own punch lines . . . . . Attended Game 7s at Fenway Park in 1967 and 1975, World Series that the Red Sox won, 3 games to 4 . . . . . Still waiting for Tony Perez’s moonshot against Bill Lee (An Eephus pitch? In Game 7? Seriously?) to come down . . . . . Bringing the E-Club to Ireland, Scotland, and Australia . . . . . Witnessing Alex Miceli’s low-pull peeler hit well left then rolling dead right for 35 feet until it found the bottom of the cup at No. 5. His ace, my club (Milton Hoosic). Deflating . . . . . Watching sons James and Colin star for the Milton Dodgers . . . . Sitting two seats from Dave Anderson for nine straight Masters . . . . . The blur of the countryside on all those rides with Fergie . . . . . Every round at The Boston Golf Club, where the spirit of John Mineck is rekindled. A friend, a hero, a legend.
Stories by Jim McCabe
Phil Mickelson posted a 6-under 65 on Sunday at Royal Troon and somehow still couldn't capture his second Claret Jug on an amazing final day.
Former British Open champion Nick Faldo lauded the final-round duel between Henrik Stenson and Phil Mickelson at the British Open.
Henrik Stenson made 10 birdies in an 8-under 63 Sunday at Royal Troon to outduel Phil Mickelson in an incredible showdown.
The World No. 3 expressed optimism and excitement after a pleasing final round at the 2016 British Open.
Sitting in third, Bill Haas is (sort of) in contention at the British Open, but has to make up six strokes to catch leader Henrik Stenson.
Jordan Spieth can't seem to find his groove at Royal Troon, as his normally excellent putter has failed him on slow links greens.
Players going off in the afternoon on Friday at the British Open had a much more difficult time making the cut than their counterparts playing early in the day.
Clement Sordet from France started his day with a phone call that told him about a horrific tragedy in Nice where his girlfriend and her family were gathered.
Considering the history, Americans monopolizing the top of the leaderboard Thursday at the British Open was to be expected.
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