Notebook: Really? You hit a good putt that simply didn't fall? Get real. Out-of-bounds, within the course? Grrrr. Our Jim McCabe weighs in with his weekly notebook.
PGA Tour notes: All indications point to Tiger Woods making a return to the AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am for the first time since 2002.
Gary Hallberg and Jeff Freeman shot 5-under 66s on Thursday to share the third-round lead in the Champions Tour National Qualifying Tournament at TPC Scottsdale's Champions Course.
John Huston finally slowed his normally quick pace as he walked the 18th fairway at En-Joie Golf Club. It was time to soak in some adulation after a long drought and it felt so very good.
Thanks in part to a third-round 63, Keith Clearwater took medalist honors at the final stage of Champions Tour Qualifying School, earning a full exemption for 2011.
The Tour heads above the border for the RBC Canadian Open. Who are the Fantasy Aces picking this week?
Larry Mize shot a final-round 64 to win the inaugural Montreal Championship by one stroke over John Cook for his first career victory on the Champions Tour on Sunday.
Rich Parker, the head menís coach at Dartmouth College, qualified Monday for the Champions Tourís Dickís Sporting Goods Open. Parker shot a 5-under 67 at the Links at Hiawatha Landing in Apalachin, N.Y., then had to wait four hours to learn whether he had secured the fourth and final qualifying spot.
Jay Don Blake considers himself a stealth golfer, lurking around the leaderboard while everybody else has their eyes fixed on the gameís bigger names.
2010 Champions Tour Money List
Jim Rutledge is Canadian like maple leafs and cheap meds. Quiet, friendly and unassuming, almost to a fault. After only five minutes with him you have to resist the urge to ask if he knows Bob from Winnipeg, and you realize that, above all else, Rutledge is honest.