Category Archives: Masters

Masters Report, Part 2 of 2

My parents, George and Connie, are bit of a  shall we say, unusual story. George wasn’t a child of the depression, he was already an adult.  Born in 1904,   Theodore Roosevelt was to be reelected that fall after the assassination of William McKinley and would go on … Continue reading

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Masters Report Part 1 of 2

It was 1994 when Audrey and I moved to Atlanta.  We had each “served” 10 years or more in Chicago with the good and the bad.  The good being lifelong friends who we still laugh with, the bad being 5:00 … Continue reading

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On The Eve of Something Different…

About a year ago, plus or minus, my son Michael was born.  He came into the world in a not so usual way.  After several hours of labor he was on his way. Audrey  worked as hard as a looper … Continue reading

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Had To Happen…

First let me say I love Angel Cabrera…I love the way he won the US Open at Oakmont, smoking a couple Marlboros to calm his nerves.  I love the way his country idolized him after that win and even more that now … Continue reading

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Just a Month Away!

This is for Leon… Click for an AHHHH

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Bill Campbell

I’m not in the habit of posting links to other blogs or websites but the following self penned remembrances of Bill Campbell are more than worth reading…they are a mini graduate course on the Masters and, more importantly, all the … Continue reading

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New Year’s Resolutions

Since The Masters represents the beginning of the new year I resolve to the following: I will never, and I mean never ever say or write “The Toonament” again. I’ve done it a lot—and thought I sounded pretty sporty—until I … Continue reading

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