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Topic - Brad Faxon
How well do you know the PGA Championship? Try this trivia quiz:
Davis Love III and Stuart Appleby shot 4-under 66 on Thursday for a share of the lead with four other players after the first round of the St. Jude Classic.
Arnold Palmer bought Bay Hill Club & Lodge because he loved the golf course and wanted it for his own, not having any idea where it all would lead.
Michael Allen studied the PGA Tour statistics last year, and one number jumped out at him.
There is plenty of evidence that this is a Ryder Cup year.
Even more surprising than Phil Mickelson using a belly putter at the second stage of the FedEx Cup playoffs was a direct message that showed up during the weekend on Twitter.
Lee Westwood is trying as hard as ever to win a major, the missing piece to what has turned into a stellar career.
At a charity event in Rhode Island last week, Haas listened to what Brad Faxon, an eight-time PGA Tour winner, told a group at a putting clinic.
Brad Faxon surely had Palmer in mind when he said years after a golf trip, "I wish we had more guys on tour who liked meeting people."