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Thoroghbred Scheffler Gallops to Second Green Jacket

A mid round birdie barrage and a textbook Sunday back nine powered world number one golfer Scottie Scheffler to his second Masters Championship in three years. His sparkling final round 68 featured seven birdies, including three consecutive at holes eight through 10, a tricky if not treacherous stretch of the golf course. Scheffler finished at 11-under, four shots...

Thunder and Lightning, Scheffler and Morikawa to Play in Masters Final Group Sunday

It was 1977, and before their famous “Duel in the Sun” at Turnberry for the Open Championship, Tom Watson and Jack Nicklaus had another duel for the ages at the Masters. Watson had been in contention the entire way, tied for the lead after both the second and third rounds, and was in the final pairing on Sunday. Jack opened poorly, snarling acidly that, “My putter...

Billy Walters Accuses Phil Mickelson of Attempting to Bet on His Own Ryder Cup Match

If it’s true, Phil Mickelson should be banned from professional golf. Or is it one gambling degenerate trying to take down his feckless gambling degenerate buddy? Either way, golf deserves answers now. Billy Walters, the casino maven serving time for insider trading who was intimate buddies with pro golfer and five time major champion Phil Mickelson, has outed...

As the LIV Golf World Turns – World Golf Points in the Balance, Patrick Reed Shunned by McIlroy, Seminole Shuns LIV

The grisly shuck that is the Saudi-funded sports-washing experiment otherwise known as the LIV Golf Tour will not have long to wait before a decision is made to allow their players to receive world golf ranking points and a pathway into playing in major championships. While their application to the Official World Golf Ranking board has not yet been reviewed, there...

Shark Attack – Media, R&A Spark Feeding Frenzy on Greg Norman, MBS, LIV

“May you live in interesting times.”                 —Ancient Klingon Curse It’s Championship Sunday, and not just any Championship Sunday, but the 150th Open Championship Sunday at the Old Course of St. Andrews, the home of golf. It’s supposed to be a time of joyous celebration and poignant reflection, a moment when all...