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By Tom Fitton
New photos confirm the attack's coordination and its cover-up
Independent voices from the The Washington Times Communities
Topic - the 1991 pga championship
The best in golf returned to Indiana for the first time in more than 20 years, and based on the All-Star performance that broke out Saturday in the BMW Championship, this show might leave these golf-hungry fans even more mesmerized.
Two years ago at his season-ending tournament, Tiger Woods was waiting to tee off on the par-3 17th at Sherwood Country Club when he turned to watch Dustin Johnson behind him just in time to see him blast a tee shot on the par-5 11th hole.
Indianapolis golf fans are going all in for this year's BMW Championship.
Hunter Mahan knew what was coming.
Playing in wind gusting so hard it was tough to keep a cigarette lit, John Daly made another big move on the British Open leaderboard Friday _ backward. A day after matching his best round at the British, golf's favorite sideshow stormed off the Old Course after shooting a 4-over 76.
John Daly's scorecard was the only thing getting more attention than his pants.
Golf's most entertaining sideshow, John Daly, was at it again Thursday, tying his best round at the British Open with a 6-under 66 on the Old Course. It put him atop the leaderboard, a spot that, regardless how brief the stay, would have been unimaginable during the latest chapter in his pulp fiction life.