We never expected this, but we have come to learn that, in terms of commitment to the community, we can expect just about anything at anytime from Travelers.
It was like we’d come full circle in April of 2006, when, then Travelers-St. Paul Insurance Company stepped up in an 11th hour rescue mission to save the local stop on the PGA Tour.
THE SPORTS WORLD “AS SEEN ON T-V” You see them in just about every shopping mall now, the “As Seen on T-V” stores, where you can purchase those items of dubious effect-ability that look so […]
Brandel Chamblee and Tiger Woods make nice in golf apparently… SORRY ABOUT THAT “F” TIGER By PGA Tour standards Brandel Chamblee was a mediocre golfer, his game pretty much at the level of week to […]
Great Day for PGA of America…Not so much for the PGA Tour A “DIFFICULT AND AWKWARD” TIME FOR THE PGA TOUR Yesterday was a good day for the PGA of America, a “difficult and awkward” […]
Scott’s Back…some things never change… SAME OLD SPORTS WORLD It’s always fun to come home from vacation and see how much things have changed in your absence. Or not. More often than not it’s or […]
Various Scott Gray musings in the sports world THE FUTURES MARKET IN SPORTS The NFL has given us a glimpse of the future for the Pro Bowl. Because most of us don’t like it’s current […]
Has Lefty taken over Tiger as the Face of Golf in the last decade ? Click Here to Listen THE DECADE OF PHIL Tiger Woods is still the number one golfer in the world. He’s […]
Scott looks ahead to the Open Championship in Scotland commentary 7-18 NOT THE BRITISH OPEN Just to clarify one more time, it is not the British Open, it’s the Open Championship. Our inability to get […]
In Hockey and Golf….Character Counts.. commentary 6-25 CHARACTER DOES COUNT Sylvain Turgeon had all the talent required of a National Hockey League first round pick. Based on ability alone there were fewer questions surrounding his […]