The NCAA Championship begins Tuesday at The Honors Course in Tennessee. Tiger Woods ended his college career with a victory there. The Monday Scramble wonders what star will emerge this week.
What did 16-year-old Jordan Spieth’s Facebook page look like after his wild weekend at the Byron Nelson? The Monday Scramble has an idea.
Heard any good commencement speeches lately? The Monday Scramble has one that only golf fans would understand.
Phil Mickelson might not have contended last week at The Players, but he made one historic statement when it comes to fast-food burger chains. The Monday Scramble couldn’t believe it.
This week’s Monday Scramble is brought to you by the letter “R" – as in Ryo, Rory, Rickie, Rajon, Ronaldo . . . You get the picture.
Lorena Ochoa retires. An Icelandic volcano explodes. John Daly posts too much information on Twitter. Like Monty (pictured), The Monday Scramble has a lot of questions.
Phil Mickelson doesn’t have a chance to overtake Tiger Woods’ major victory total, does he? The Monday Scramble throws the Hail Mary . . .
Welcome to the Monday Scramble. Wow. That was awesome. Hopefully we don’t have to wait five more years for another week like that at Augusta National. For once, golf just kicked the azaleas out of TMZ, and we absolutely love it.
Welcome to the Monday Scramble. So, what do you want to talk about this morning? Yani Tseng’s second major victory? “Haney Project: Ray Romano” ratings? The predominance of scheduling conflicts in junior golf?
Tiger Woods, Michelle Wie and Fred Couples dominated headlines this week. Does it get any better than that? The Monday Scramble reviews another interesting week in golf.