The Links: Jordan Spieth belongs on the PGA Tour
Today's tour around the world of golf looks at the Tiger Woods-Lindsey Vonn relationship, Bubba Watson kind of does the Harlem Shake, some great Arnold Palmer stories.
Great stuff on why Jordan Spieth belongs on the PGA Tour:
He finished too late on Sunday to make his flight home to Dallas. He was still excited Sunday night, so instead of going to bed, he got together with his father, his caddie and his agent for a late-night game of poker. They didn't have poker chips, so they used M&Ms. Spieth wound up the winner. No taking candy from this baby. (Golf Channel)
Uh, remember when Lindsey Vonn made fun of Tiger Woods? (Geoff Shackelford)
Bubba Watson does the Harlem Shake-ish. (Yahoo)
I'm glad I'm aware that the chances for a successful relationship between Woods and Vonn are "slim." (USA Today)
Hank Haney talks Tiger Woods, which is always fun. (Golf Channel)
The AP having to do Tiger/girlfriend stuff is hilarious. (AP)
Can Stacy Lewis handle the pressure of being No. 1? (Golf Channel)
Golfers separated at birth. This is great. (Golf.com)
This is cool, writers tell their favorite Arnold Palmer stories. (Golf Channel)
I really can't get enough of the Stacy Lewis story. (New York Times)
John Hawkins on Boo Weekley: "Grown men with a lot of money and things to do were turning their heads to see where that sound was coming from -- Boo was flushing long irons like a robot with a pot belly." (Golf Channel)
St. Andrews is trying to trademark its name. (Geoff Shackelford)
Uh oh -- we have a 23-month-old anchorer. (Geoff Shackelford)
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