Gary Player insists that they’ve got the career senior major count all wrong

There’s a good chance Bernhard Langer will win the KitchenAid Senior PGA Championship on Sunday. If he does, he’ll officially pass Jack Nicklaus for most career majors on the PGA Tour Champions.It would also give Langer 32 career senior victories. At a very youthful 59, he has a chance to surpass Hale Irwin’s long-considered unsurpassable career win record of 45.But as to the major record, there will be a dissenting voice, one familiar for its clipped syllables and fervent conviction. It will
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Q&A: GARY PLAYER TALKS WORLD CUP OF GOLF

Courtesy of PGA TOUR.  South Africa’s Gary Player, a nine-time major champion on TOUR and winner of the 1965 (as part of a team) and ‘77 (individual champion) World Cup of Golf, sat down to talk about one of the game’s greatest global team events.Q: As a past champion at the World Cup, what do you remember about your victory in 1965?A: I was playing with Harold Henning as my partner in Madrid, Spain, and I woke up the morning of the final round and couldn’t move my neck. I told Harold I needed
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When is it OK for a healthy player to withdraw from a tournament? It depends

By Max Adler Is thinking you’re going to play bad an acceptable reason for withdrawing from an athletic competition? Though Tiger Woods has ceased to be a role model in life, he’s still very much one in sport, and so the likely future Ryder Cup captain’s turnabout at the Safeway Open three days after signing up warrants this specific ethical scrutiny.If your son or daughter (or member-guest partner) decided on the eve of an event that he or she just weren’t feeling up to it—physically fine but
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A Boston Red Sox Player Drives Golf Cart Into Lake on Valentines Day

 By:  Jason Crook   A couple of Boston Red Sox players headed out for a little Valentine’s Day golf on Sunday, and things got wet … and wild … and one would have to assume expensive once the final bill is tallied up.  Outfielder Mookie Betts and infielder Travis Shaw both took to Twitter to share how their round came to an evidently quick ending, with a photo of their golf cart fully submerged in a lake.  Betts owned up to the driving infraction, while Shaw did confirm that no one was hurt
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