It wasn’t the drive on No. 12 that led to a triple-bogey and might have blown him out of contention. It wasn’t even the twisting 33-foot make on the 18th green, the biggest putt of his life. Nope. The defining golf shot of Rich Berberian Jr.’s final round at … Continue reading A working pro plays the PGA: Part 2
Rich Berberian Jr., an adopted son of Grey Goatee Nation, tees off at 12:45 p.m. (Eastern time) in the first round of the PGA Championship Thursday in a group with veteran tour pro Rocco Mediate and Shaun Micheel, the 2003 PGA champion. Rich Berberian Jr. is the very definition of a … Continue reading A working pro plays the PGA: Part 1
Congratulations to this Week’s Winners in Professional Golf! LPGA Tour: Team USA (Stacy Lewis, Gerina Piller, Cristie Kerr, Lexi Thompson), UL International Crown (Chicago, Illinois), $400,000 first place prize money (split between team members). LPGA – Next Event: *MAJOR* RICOH Women’s British Open, Milton Keynes, England (July 28-31) Champions Tour: Englishman Paul … Continue reading This Week’s Winners in Professional Golf!
50TH PACIFIC COAST AMATEUR CHAMPIONSHIP SET FOR SEATTLE GOLF CLUB Arnold Palmer layout acts as host for historic event; 87-player field all seeking the opportunity to raise Dr. Ed Updegraff Trophy as champion after 72 holes of stroke play The 50th Pacific Coast Amateur Championship, hosted by the Washington State … Continue reading Amateurs Converge on Seattle Golf Club
I can’t say I know what a happy yak is supposed to look like, but I think now I’ll know an unhappy yak when I see one. This ain’t no wildebeest. Photo by Brooklyn Cashen I have to think happiness, relative to its opposite, is far outside the existential ruminations of … Continue reading Is that a bread crust? Will it make me happy?