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By Mangosuthu Buthelezi
Memories of a long brotherhood tempered in common struggle
Independent voices from the The Washington Times Communities
Topic - Ben Crane
Ben Crane's season came to an abrupt end Friday when he withdrew from The Barclays with a back injury.
Kevin Stadler teed off just after breakfast and finished right before dinner. It took him nearly 11 hours to complete a 7-under 64 at Liberty National, his lowest score on the PGA Tour since the first week of February. And he still isn't guaranteed to be the first-round leader at The Barclays.
Ben Crane was lucky to get into the FedEx Cup playoffs as the No. 125 seed. He missed the cut last week at the Wyndham Championship, and this was the first year that no one moved into the top 125 in the final event before the playoffs.
J.J. Henry knows calculating how far the ball travels at high elevation along the Sierra Nevada was one of the keys to his Reno-Tahoe Open victory last year.
There is no reason golf should take this long to play.
Tiger Woods cared more about the number of rounds left at Torrey Pines than the number of PGA Tour wins belonging to the guys chasing him.
Don't worry, San Diego, Phil Mickelson promises to leave the Padres' baseball decisions to the baseball people.
Ben Crane has withdrawn from the PGA Championship because of a back injury.
One year before the PGA Tour stop in Malaysia becomes an official event, it will get the biggest draw in golf _ Tiger Woods.
The disappointment for Paul Casey was not a 41 on the back nine Thursday that took him from the first page of the leaderboard at the British Open to his ninth consecutive round over par. It was not getting a chance to emulate Seve Ballesteros.
There's been a late change in the British Open field.
Robert Karlsson withdrew from the British Open on Wednesday, suggesting that he needs too much work on his game to play at Royal Lytham & St. Annes.
Robert Karlsson pulled out of the British Open, and so did Ben Crane.
Tony Jacklin chuckled when someone mentioned he was making a comeback.
A capsule look at 20 notable players in the U.S. Open, to be played June 14-17 at The Olympic Club in San Francisco: