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Topic - Fred Funk
Davis Love III was in the learning center at Sea Island Golf Club over the weekend when he looked out the door at four players hitting balls, including PGA Tour rookie Kevin Tway. It brought back memories of Love's early days on tour.
Adam Scott never had to take this much time walking from the clubhouse to the practice range at TPC Sawgrass.
Bernhard Langer has assured Hale Irwin that his Champions Tour record of 45 victories is safe.
Davis Love III and son Dru birdied five of the last six holes for a 12-under 60 in the Father-Son Challenge scramble event, giving them a one-stroke lead Saturday after the first round.
Fred Couples is sidelined by a back injury, leaving Mark Calcavecchia as the top returning finisher in the Champions Tour's AT&T Championship.
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Roger Chapman joined impressive company on Sunday, shooting a 4-under 66 to win the U.S. Senior Open by two strokes at 10 under.
Roger Chapman earned the right to be mentioned in the same sentence with Jack Nicklaus, Gary Player and Hale Irwin.
A day before the start of the Senior PGA Championship, Fred Funk offered a modest suggestion for tournament organizers.
"This thing is heavy!" exclaimed Tom Watson when presented the Alfred S. Bourne trophy last year for winning the Senior PGA Championship at Valhalla Golf Club in Louisville, Ky.
The only questions Tiger Woods fielded before his next tournament came from his fans.
Charles Schwab Cup points leader Tom Lehman's right knee gave him so much trouble last year that several close friends suggested he undergo replacement surgery.
The world's best golfers have convened in greater Washington, causing me to reflect on a personal mystery inside an enigma. Surely there must be others in the same position, wondering why they haven't joined the legions on the links.
Fred Funk took a walk around Congressional Country Club last week after qualifying for the U.S. Open and had one thought: "Uh oh - it's going to play long."
"It's a good course for me if I'm playing well because you've got to drive it straight and I'm a pretty straight hitter," he said. "We'll just see how it all plays out. You've just got to get a hot flat stick."
"I've always loved this place," Funk said.