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By David A. Clarke Jr.
Blame Washington's intelligence failure, not lack of police
Topic - Bob Goalby
A look at some of the key anniversaries this year in PGA Championship history:
Mike Tuten has spent the last 20 years on the North Shore of Oahu shaping surf boards. He joined his brother, Titleist rep Chris Tuten, for a round of golf on the Plantation Course at Kapalua at the start of the year.
George Washington's baseball team gave a good account of itself against top-ranked Virginia last week, losing by the thoroughly respectable score of 2-0. (One of the Cavaliers' runs was pretty chintzy, too - the result of a balk.)
When the PGA Championship returns in five years to Whistling Straits the rules on playing the countless bunkers may still be in place.
Martin Kaymer has won the PGA Championship in a three-hole playoff that did not include Dustin Johnson, who was penalized two strokes for grounding his club in a bunker on the last hole.
Dustin Johnson turned his pencil upside down and began erasing his scorecard.
• AUGUSTA, Ga., April 14, 1968 | With a brilliant final-round 66, Bob Goalby won the Masters today and claimed the hallowed green jacket.