Arnold Palmer Passes as Ryder Cup Week Starts

Arnold Palmer Passes as Ryder Cup Week Starts

In honor of the passing of the King, we will simply post our fond remembrance, along with a schedule of events for this site and for Golf News Net for…

Tony Korologos Makes the Coolest Par in Road Hole History!

It may not be the greatest or most historic, but it’s definitely the coolest, most unlikely, and most memorable par in Road Hole history. Tony Korologos, the Media Guru, chief…

Former Potomac Cup Rivals Sandman and Phatty Team up at USGA Fourball

Former Potomac Cup Rivals Sandman and Phatty Team up at USGA Fourball

MAMARONECK, NY – One’s called “Sandman,” because he puts opponents in a sleeper hold until they succumb. The other, “Phatty” to his friends, is one of a fourball tandem known…

Chuck Klosterman – New Book but the Song Remains the Same

WILLIAMSBURG – It’s time to throw up our rock hands and give a “Woo hoo hoo!” for Chuck Klosterman and his new novel The Visible Man, the seventh book by…

Fall Tour 2006 – Golf in Colorado, Nebraska, Indiana, Thank you to lifesavers

Here’s the breakdown for the Fall tour. I’ll be reporting live from three different areas of our great golf nation. Part 1: Denver – Red Hawk Ridge, Pradera, Fossil Trace…

Golf writers agree: Finchem Dangerously Downplaying Problems

Like a furtive man waving people away from a troubling scene with an old cliched, “Nothing to see here, move along,” PGA Tour Commissioner Tim Finchem urged golf writers on…

Winged Victories! One Home Team Powers to Anderson Memorial Semis, Another Ousts Top Seed

Winged Victories! One Home Team Powers to Anderson Memorial Semis, Another Ousts Top Seed

MAMARONECK, NY – Brian Williams pitched in from perdition to open the day’s play with lightning, while college stars Chris Troy and James Nicholas closed the day with thunder, using…

Grygiel and Furgol families still serve golfers as they have for decades

Photo courtesy of the Furgol family. The beating heart of golf is not fantastically rich touring professionals, five-diamond resort courses designed by celebrity architects, (usually touring pros chosen only for…

Players Ready to Roll at Baltusrol, 98th PGA Championship

Players Ready to Roll at Baltusrol, 98th PGA Championship

SPRINGFIELD, NJ – When you look at a map of Baltusrol Country Club, the payout of the golf course resembles a barbell with the left side over-inflated on the bottom….

http://jayflemma.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/07/bernd.jpgGNN Story: Sabotage! Euro Tour Players’ Drivers Modified

GNN Story: Sabotage! Euro Tour Players’ Drivers Modified

Ryan Ballengee has this story about the surreptitious…and disconcerting…adjustment of Euro Tour players’ drivers while the clubs are stored for the night. Ballengee reported that a number of players, including…

As PGA Tour Enters Twilight Zone, Where is Tim Finchem?

As Team Tiger tucks tail and hides, the worst silence comes from Tim Finchem. As new allegations involving Woods picking up a Perkins manager/waitress near his Windemere mansion appear in…

The Art of the Bethpage Overnight (Part 1)

This little experiment is more about writing about interesting people than great golf travel or architecture, but I felt like “stretching my legs” a bit as a writer and branching…

Off to Bermuda

So the Jay Eats World (but not molecular gastronomy) Tour continues, this time in Bermuda for the Grand Slam of Golf at Port Royal, followed by rounds at and analysis…

Jay’s Plays Masters Preview Part 1 – Tony Dear on the European Tour Players

Jay’s Plays Masters Preview Part 1 – Tony Dear on the European Tour Players

Last year Tony Dear of GNN came on our show and said he thought Danny Willett could win the Masters. We all pointed at him and laughed. Now Theon Greyjoy…

Jay Flemma joins Golf Observer.com

I am happy to announce I have joined the outstanding golf writing team at Golf Observer. Golf Observer is one of the world’s leading golf information sites and golf writing…


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