Phil Mickelson won the PGA Championship the last time it was at Baltusrol in 2005. He played some of his best golf ever only 11 days ago at the British Open . And on Thursday, the New York area crowd had his back even before he teed off.
When Henrik Stenson's putt gently toppled into the cup on the final hole of the British Open two weeks ago, there was more significance to it than the closing 63 that earned the Swede his first major triumph.
Henrik Stenson took his silver claret jug and headed straight for Switzerland to play in a charity event organized by Sergio Garcia. It turned out to be the perfect occasion to deliver an important message to the host.
Andrew Johnston already has had a busy few days in the New York area. You know, pastrami at Katz's Deli, sampling burgers throughout Manhattan, and getting a taste of the fare from his newest sponsor, Arby's.
Tom Watson and George Brett spoke of the importance for finding a cure for ALS, which took the lives of people close to them. They spoke before the Joe McGuff ALS Golf Classic on Monday at LionsGate in Overland Park. The event, named for the former KC Star editor and sports editor, raises money for the Keith Worthington chapter of the ALS Association.
Tom Watson, George Brett at Joe McGuff ALS Golf Classic
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