In East, others are more deserving than DeForge, Braxton
Last week, I was at the U.S. Women's Open, always a favorite event to cover -- and one with a history that goes back to 1946. I have reverence for something with so many decades of compelling stories and have been lucky enough to see the last dozen renditions of the Open in person.
At that tournament, I eagerly submerge in the world of birdies and bogeys and "par is your friend" to such a degree that for a few days, the rest of the sports world is just a little blurry. I might miss ...
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