has spent every available moment playing golf or studying the greats since the 60s, in between world tours as a classical musician, Harvard studies in Government or as the author of a dozen novels. Nicklaus and Snead may be the statistical greats, but Skipworth is a life-long devotee of Gary Player, and considers meeting the South African at the Jeld-Wen to be an unforgettable milestone. His driving passion in golf these days is to raise viewer interest in the LPGA.
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- Rickie Fowler looks to put behind him 'by far the worst year that I had,' starting at the American ExpressLA QUINTA, Calif. – Rickie Fowler showed up at the American Express with a new look and a new attitude. The look was something close to a (...)
- Kelly, Clarke share second-round lead at HawaiiJerry Kelly and Darren Clarke shared the second-round lead Friday in the Mitsubishi Electric Championship after first-round leader Retief Goosen stumbled late.
- Kang takes lead into weekend in LPGA openerDanielle Kang shot a 6-under 65 Friday at the LPGA Tour's season-opening Diamond Resorts Tournament of Champions to stretch her lead to two shots.
- Im charges into lead with 65 at American ExpressSungjae Im will take the American Express lead into the weekend. Phil Mickelson, meanwhile, won't be around. He missed the cut after making 18 pars for the first time in his 2,201 rounds of PGA Tour play.