Hammering Kevin Na yesterday was a tad unfair. The deliberate Mr. Na was facing a putt of more than 3 feet, not a tap-in, as Mr. Shackelford and the quoted cricketer suggested. Bashing him for taking his time wasn't right...a red herring, really, in the larger slow play debate.
Your Editor, Ben Alberstadt
"Pete Dye, perhaps the game’s most transformative course designer, has been stricken with Alzheimer’s. It’s the cruelest of ironies that Dye is fit enough at age 92 to play golf most days but no longer can articulate the ideas that altered the rubric of golf course architecture," writes Dave Shedloski.
Well beyond slow play, Geoff Ogilvy unloads on things about the game that bother him. Must read!
Sean Crocker may only have turned professional five months ago but he is making a big impression as he tries to earn himself a place on the European Tour.