Jack Nicklaus too soft in Presidents Cup
Then, he credited Phil Mickelson and Woody Austin with the decision. Only Mickelson said it was Nicklaus’ decision and that he, Mickelson, would probably not have conceded the putt, according to several reports.
Look, any time you get a chance to humiliate Singh, do it.
They’ve gone overboard with this sportsmanship stuff. The Ryder Cup threatened to get out of hand with all the jawing the Euros were doing, from the players’ perspective anyway. The fans love it.
If golf wants to draw in more casual fans, do away with the girlie stuff and get down to bare knuckles.
A tap-in is a concession. A three-footer is not.
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