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Memories of a long brotherhood tempered in common struggle
Independent voices from the The Washington Times Communities
Topic - Harbor Shores
Roger Chapman is in the spotlight at the Senior PGA Championship, a year after his breakthrough victory in the major championship.
Roger Chapman's trip to the PGA Championship from London didn't go quite as planned.
Tom Watson and Fred Couples went into the U.S. Senior Open with two of the same goals.
Roger Chapman got to rest up Monday, even giving away his tickets to a Coldplay concert.
The golfers playing this weekend's Principal Charity Classic caught a bit of a break.
"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.
A day before the start of the Senior PGA Championship, Fred Funk offered a modest suggestion for tournament organizers.
Defending champion Tom Watson has withdrawn from next week's Senior PGA Championship.