Thursday, August 17, 2017

Day One at Augusta recap: Is it OK to say ‘sextuple bogey’ in print?

DPB's intrepid golf analyst checks in with some high- and low-lights from Augusta...with hope renewed that his first ace is still 50 years down the road.  By Justin Broglio Day One of the Masters is always usually a wash. It's Thursday at work and I'm usually looking up the leaderboard during meetings, trying to watch some live coverage during lunch, and...

Phil Mickelson Poo Poos the Peasantry of San Diego

Phil Mickelson emerged from his La Jolla estate to stretch his man tits and admonish America’s Finest Plebeians for failing to properly cowtow. Written by Kyle Magin Hark! Lord Lefty Mickelson deigned to speak to the San Diego Union Tribune Thursday about the stupidity of his fellow San Diegans in letting the San Diego Chargers fly the coop for L.A. With...

AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am: Doing Carmel on the cheap

...Though cheap doesn’t mean you have to skimp. The AT&T hasn’t been this noteworthy since Lemmon could hit a punchline during his backswing. From the B-minus-listers of yore to Alfonso Ribeiro and William McGirt (OK, so we all can’t be Justin Timberlake and Jordan Spieth…) the erstwhile Crosby as a trend-spotting event hasn’t happened since Bing himself hitched that nine-iron...

The Master’s 2016: Counting chickens when you’re still but a chick

DPB’s intrepid golf analyst checks in with some high- and low-lights from Augusta…with hope renewed that his first ace is still 50 years down the road.  By Justin Broglio I starting writing about sports in college. I'd fill in everyone so often for the sports editor of the University of Idaho Argonaut and I'd cover everything from the local semipro football...

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