Monthly Archives: June 2016

Thanks Tiger

“While I continue to work hard on getting healthy, I’m not physically ready to play in this year’s U.S. Open…” so said Tiger Woods on June 8th, 2016 referring to the national championship he has won three times. Woods is … Continue reading

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After The Deluge, Pure Delight: My Weekend At Oakmont

I drove the 5 1/2 hours to Pittsburgh, PA on Thursday of U. S. Open week. On the radio Brian Katrek, Mark Lye, Carl Paulson, John Maginnes and others admirably described the round one action. Rain was expected but had … Continue reading

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Why do people talking about sports on television have to talk so darn much?

In my nearly thirty years producing sporting event telecasts I engaged in a constant battle with many of the men and women wearing microphones. My side of the fight proudly used the battle cry, ” less is more, let the … Continue reading

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The Memorial Tournament Is Illustrative Of Everything That Is Fabulous And Funky About PGA TOUR Golf

Good for William McGirt. Yesterday he won an impressive PGA TOUR trophy. He did it on the second hole of a playoff against another guy most golf fans had never heard of, John Curran. It was undoubtedly the best of … Continue reading

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