The news of Johnny Miller’s retirement from NBC/Golf Channel is a fitting occasion to put Miller’s popularity in perspective.
To all beleaguered golfers without a hole-in-one, make sure no sharp objects are around before reading the following.
Matt Roberts/Getty Images JEJU, SOUTH KOREA – OCTOBER 22: Justin Thomas of the United States poses with the trophy after winning the CJ Cup at Nine Bridges on October 22, 2017 ...
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The Hall of Fame golfer did not mind upsetting tour pros as a TV analyst. It was all part of the job.
There was a nice symmetry to Sultan Essam Al Jassmy’s drive to mark a month until the European Tour’s season-ending DP World Tour Championship.
Johnny Miller to retire from NBC/Golf Channel after one more event; Paul Azinger to be named replacement
From winning some of golf’s biggest events to talking about them, Johnny Miller has carved out a special place in golf history.
The trial for the man charged with killing amateur golfer Celia Barquin Arozamena last month in Iowa has been scheduled for Jan. 15.
Connecticut residents can breath a bit easier these days. A serial golf ball thief has been arrested. Phew.
“Completing the 100 is a major logistics problem. You’re always juggling so many balls in the air—the schedules of different hosts and your own, tournaments, outings, renovations, weather ... for someone to do that in 12 months is absolutely amazing.”
Yes, these guys are good. But are they really that good?