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12:47 AM - Thursday, May 28, 2015
5/27/2015 - NYT
Brendon Todd would join Hall of Fame company with a successful title defence at this week's Byron Nelson Championship in Irving, Texas, but he is keeping one eye on the severe weather that has already battered the state.
5/27/2015 - Bleacher Report / Ben Alberstadt
Over the past two decades on the PGA Tour, there have been many casualties. And while it's dumb and insensitive to use the "battlefield strewn with corpses" motif, the fairways of the PGA Tour are figuratively littered with broken dreams and li . . .
5/27/2015 - Bleacher Report / Sean Odonnell
World No. 2 Jordan Spieth headlines a strong field in the 2015 AT&T Byron Nelson at TPC Four Seasons Resort in Irving, Texas. A native to the Dallas metropolitan area, Spieth will be aiming to claim a victory in front of a supportive home crowd . . .
5/27/2015 - ESPN
Arledge: Morgan Hoffmann latest golfer to take to the air
5/26/2015 - USATODAY.com
Graeme McDowell tries to avoid negativity at US Open; Clarke keeps Ryder Cup criteria the same         
5/27/2015 - ESPN
Why golf needs people like One Direction star Niall Horan
5/26/2015 - USATODAY.com
Even in modern era of golf, US Open sticks to its roots _ an 'open' championship         
5/27/2015 - ESPN
Kirk's par save on 18 leads to win at Colonial
5/26/2015 - NYT
England's Ian Poulter and Lee Westwood, Spaniard Miguel Angel Jimenez and Frenchman Victor Dubuisson are among 25 players who have booked their places at next month's U.S. Open via this week's world rankings.
5/27/2015 - Bleacher Report / Stephen Nixon
The AT&T Byron Nelson Championship may take place in Texas this week, but it’s been an important tournament for Canadians. And this year is no different. It’s fitting that this tournament has been kind to Canadians. Byron Nelson has a great h . . .
EARLIER THIS YEAR A GROUP of 80-plus caddies sued the PGA Tour for fees associated with caddie bibs. The caddies are required to wear bibs that include advertising but receive none of the money. Mainly, the caddies want a sliver of the pie for . . .
By John CoyneCopyright © John Coyne. All rights reserved. Used with permission.THE SERIES OF SHORT PIECES entitled "Bad Boy Bobby Locke" that I published on this blog last year has drawn the attention of players who remember one of the greats o . . .
PETE BROWN, THE FIRST BLACK GOLFER to win on the PGA Tour, died last Friday, just two days after Calvin Peete passed away. With a dozen tour wins, including the 1985 Players Championship, Peete was the winningest African-American player until . . .
I'M EXCITED TO BE IN NEW JERSEY today for the dedication and opening of The Jack Nicklaus Room at the USGA Museum in Far Hills.Here's what's happening, according to the USGA (edited):FAR HILLS, N.J. – The United States Golf Association will cel . . .
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