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Brennan: USGA stands with Trump by refusing to move US Women's Open - USA TODAY

Now that Donald Trump has been elected president, the U. S. Golf Association undoubtedly wishes that questions about where it is hosting the 2017 U. S. Women’s Open will just go away. “The USGA has not changed its position on the 2017 U. S. Women’s Open at this time,” spokeswoman Janeen Driscoll told USA TODAY Sports this week. That means that the tournament is scheduled to go on as planned at Trump National Golf Club in Bedminster, N. J. , July 13-16, 2017. A national championship hosted by the President of the United States. Actually, with this man, it’s more like a nightmare. The USGA, a national governing body whose mission is to grow the game of golf for women and girls, has not only failed to rebuke a man who bragged on video that he sexually assaults women, it continues to do business with him. It could have taken the crown jewel of women’s golf away from him when the video of his repugnant comments was made public more than a month ago. It could have left him at any point in the campaign, when he said one vile thing after another about women, minorities, immigrants and so many others. Instead, the USGA said nothing and did nothing. Then came the election, and the shocking Trump victory. If the USGA had been thinking a Trump loss to Hillary Clinton could justify moving the tournament, it was stuck now. If you were outraged at the way Trump so brazenly admitted he treated women. If you truly cared about the image you’re projecting for the women and girls you’re desperately trying to attract to your game. That’s a lot of “ifs” for a country-cluby, old-boys-club organization like the USGA to overcome. I know what you’re thinking. If millions of voters in the right combination of states condoned or overlooked what Trump did, why shouldn’t the USGA. Because the USGA is not governed by the Electoral College. It is governed by people working in a particular sliver of our society, people who are specialists about the demographics and future of their sport, people who were chosen to make decisions in the best interest of their game. The USGA has made a visible effort over the past few years to try to start digging out from decades of discrimination against women and girls. With millions of 20-something and 30-something female athletes out there looking for sports to take up in adulthood, golf is not thriving. Its biggest problem in attracting new golfers from an increasingly diverse America. The perception that golf is a sport for rich, white men. And now the USGA is unable to act, paralyzed by a rich, white man who has ridiculed almost everyone but his cronies and peers, almost all of whom are rich, white men. What should the USGA do. It should immediately renounce Trump and his golf course and find a replacement location, something that is eminently doable for a tournament of its size with eight months to go. Late Tuesday evening, ESPN reported that at... That’s not the same as moving an entire golf tournament, obviously, but there’s a theme developing here. We know Trump wouldn’t be happy. But if the USGA had the guts to stand up to Trump and take the Women’s Open away from him and his golf course, it would be delivering the most significant message of inclusion to women and girls in the history of the game of golf. It would be that big of a deal, eclipsing the moment more than four years ago when Augusta National, home of the Masters, announced its first two female members. So this is your choice, USGA. You can stand up for women and minorities and immigrants, here and around the world. Or you can bring the best female golfers in the world to a golf course owned by the best-known admitted sexual predator in the world. Source: www.usatoday.com

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    11/17/16 ,via USA TODAY

    As the competition for electric cars heats up, Volkswagen is presenting a new longer-range version of its e-Golf at the Los Angeles Auto Show.

  • Brennan: USGA stands with Trump by refusing to move US Women's Open

    11/16/16 ,via USA TODAY

    “The USGA has not changed its position on the 2017 U.S. Women's Open at this time,” spokeswoman Janeen Driscoll told Sports this week. That means that the tournament is scheduled to go on as planned at Trump National Golf Club in 

  • Golf: Mandate for unitary CHB club

    11/18/16 ,via New Zealand Herald

    That'll be part of the portfolio of a yet-to-be established working group after more than 150 people - predominantly members from four clubs - converged at Waipukurau Golf Club on Thursday night to offer their mandate the move to develop a proposal.

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Books

  • I Call the Shots

    Penguin. 2004. ISBN: 9781101216606,1101216603. 304 pages.

    A straight-shooting look at the hottest issues and controversies in golf today, from the game’s most popular and provocative commentator Johnny Miller’s brilliant career as a professional golfer—including U.S. Open and British Open championships—has been followed by a fourteen-year tenure in the broadcast booth as America’s most respected television golf analyst. In I Call the Shots he offers his no-holds-barred opinions, with trademark insight and wit, on all things golf: from the decline of playing etiquette to boorish fans; from legendary victories by the game’s greatest champions to monumental chokes that have destroyed careers; from the current state of the PGA Tour to the future of the game itself. Packed with the best and worst Johnny has seen in more than thirty years as a...

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    1963. 119 pages.

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  • Big things to come? Jordan Spieth wins second Australian Open in three years

    11/20/16 ,via CBS Sports

    4 now at -12#AusOpenGolf pic.twitter.com/32T856SIjD — Australian Open Golf (@AusOpenGolf) November 20 ... And so I just committed to my swings the last couple of times today, in that playoff, and that is tough to do when the left's trouble because ...

  • Golf-European Tour World Tour Championship scores

    11/20/16 ,via Economic Times

    Nov 20 (Gracenote) - Scores from the European Tour World Tour Championship at the par-72 course on Sunday in Dubai-17 Matthew Fitzpatrick (Britain) 69 69 66 67 -16 Tyrrell Hatton (Britain) 71 66 67 68 -14 Charl Schwartzel (South Africa) 70 67 70 67 -13 ...

  • Golf-Spieth delighted to come through in the clutch Down Under

    11/20/16 ,via Economic Times

    "But it's moments like today where you can really take it going forward ... Spieth suggested he would be back at The Australian Golf Club to defend his title next year. "Certainly plan on it, it's hard to tell a year from now," he said.

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(4/365) :: Golf Thursdays
I've played golf since I was about 7. I played every weekend, and even used to train sometimes during the week for a while. I was a good player. And then I stopped playing; for various reasons I did not touch my golf clubs at all for almost 4 years. Until last September, where I played a couple of days. Not as bad as I'd been expecting. Since then I've played only a handful of times, and Alex is learning. We are trying to institute golf Thursdays for quite a while, but it doesn't seem to be catching. We've only gone to play on a Thursday once - and it wasn't today.
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Senior
Played golf today with a man who will be 87 years old in couple of weeks. He shot one stroke below his age last week. We were playing a match, and he had to give me a stroke on the number one handicap hole. And, he beat me on the 17th hole by getting a birdie. Will I be still playing in 27 years? Wow what a great experience. Oh yes, he said his best years were in the '60s when he was a 4 handicap.
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Day 16: Break, Ball
Day 16: Break, Ball
Dad and I played golf today at "The Crossing", which is the course he lives on here in VA. We played 18... I mean 15 holes. We sort of got rained out. I say sort of because it was starting to rain, the pace had slowed, and I had "all of my electronics" with me (as Dad put it). All in all, it was fun day.
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