Doug Barron, Bhavik Patel and Scott Stallings have company. Mark Hensby became the fourth player suspended under the PGA Tour's anti-doping policy (that we know of). Curiously, Hensby was suspended not for a positive test, but rather for failing to provide a sample...which makes you wonder what the Australian has been up to. Someone get Robert Garrigus on the line... But really, it seems more likely, Hensby is done with professional golf, and didn't feel the need to provide a sample. No smoking gun here, necessarily.
Golf Digest's John Strege with an entertaining counterfactual.
The golf publication and its digital site never were expected to be part of any sales talks with Meredith, the new owner of Time Inc. Billionaire Howard Milstein, business partner to Jack Nicklaus, is the buyer.
PGA Master Professional Rod Lidenberg recounts the genesis of Ben Hogan's "Five Lessons" on the 50th anniversary of the book's publication