Mike O'Malley

Mike O'Malley


Executive editor, Golf Digest (Dan Jenkins' co-conspirator/electrician on Twitter); University of Iowa sports fan.

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Somehow I find it comforting that a bunch of pudgy 50ish-year-old golfers don't go to bed tonight thinking they're better athletes than Tom Brady.

At the turn, this week's golf banter goes 9 up on last week's golf banter.

Weather keeps changing. How does Brady perform in the snow?

The time Tom Weiskopf almost died in a peat bog while designing Loch Lomond (as told to @guy_yocom1 ), part of @GolfDigest 's 70th anniversary celebrating our best literature and journalism:

For fans of the book Ball Four, there's now a biograpy of Jim Bouton:

Nice tribute to Washington Post legend Bill Gildea from Len Shapiro:

What's it like to be Phil Mickelson's sister and brother? On Phil's 50th birthday, we go to the @GolfDigest  archive for some funny stories from Tina and Tim, as told to @guy_yocom1  (January 2016):

Mac O'Grady: Golf's tortured genius—amazing profile by Kevin Cook from July 1998, part of @GolfDigest 's 70th anniversary commemorating our best literature and journalism. Mac was not a fan of the story, as you'll see here:

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Tiger Woods in 82 Masters rounds: —28 over par on the par 3s. —40 over par on the par 4s. —156 under par on the par 5s (4.63 average on No. 2, 4.63 on No. 8, 4.39 on No. 13 and 4.44 on No. 15).

@DanJenkinsGD  in 2001: "I don’t suppose anybody’s ever enjoyed being who they are more than Arnold’s enjoyed being Arnold Palmer."

Weeks as World No. 1 since first ranking (April 6, 1986): 683 Tiger 331 Norman 97 Faldo 95 Rory 84 DJ 61 Seve 56 Donald 51 Day 50 Woosnam 44 Price 32 Singh 26 Spieth 22 Westwood 16 Couples 15 Duval 12 Rose 11 Scott 9 Els 9 Koepka 8 Kaymer 4 JT 3 Langer 1 Lehman

Brad Faxon, 57 today, on playing "thousand-dollar no-bogeys" in a practice round at Turnberry in 1994 (, May 2002):

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Marvel (and laugh) as describes Tiger's dramatic putt on the 72nd hole of the 2008 U.S. Open, as told to :

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