We wrote many moons ago about then-Valley resident Gary McCord, a professional golf commentator for CBS--it was a favorite yarn of ours about a journeyman golfer who had parleyed a quick wit into a lucrative career.
Gary McCord: Unwanted (by the Masters) but still loved by most
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Phil MickelsonYesterday we wrote about the scenarios in which Phil Mickelson could overtake Tiger Woods for the top spot in golf.
Well, less than 24 hours later, we can throw all of that out the window.
After battling heavy wind and chilly temperatures for two days, ... More >>
americansportsblog.comPhil MickelsonThe British Open teed off this morning at the Old Course at St. Andrews, one of the most historic courses in all of golf.
Over 150 golfers will take their hacks to try and win the third major this golf season.
But the tournament also means it's yet another ch ... More >>
Phil MickelsonOh, Phil Mickelson -- you've done it again.
With yet another chance to claim the No. 1 spot in the world, Lefty faltered again.
This time it was at the Scottish Open, where Phil imploded and missed the cut.
Phil MickelsonAs Graeme McDowell played through the final holes of the US Open, his biggest challenger wasn't Phil Mickelson, Tiger Woods or Ernie Els.
It was some guy named Gregory Havret. Wait, who?
Congrats to McDowell on his win, but you can't help but think tha ... More >>
"Lefty"The pride and joy of the golf program at Arizona State University, and choke-artist extraordinaire, Phil Mickelson, defied the odds and beat sex legend Tiger Woods at the Masters over the weekend and put the media's attention back where it belongs -- on ... More >>
Larry Giebelhausen (right) should go into politics.
The Phoenix police lieutenant lobbied his friends, fellow church members, and about anyone would listen to vote for him online in a contest hosted by Golf Digest magazine and the U.S. Open. He even got the Arizona Republic to publis ... More >>
Popular sports Web site Yardbarker.com hosts a slew of superstar bloggers from the world of sports -- Boston Red Sox pitcher Curt Schilling, tennis pro Rafael Nadal, Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Donovan McNabb, Dallas Mavericks owner Marc Cuban, golf legend Tiger Woods, and NASCAR driver Jeff Gor ... More >>