At this rate, Mark Wilson may start hanging out with Snoop, Dre and the rest of the West Coast crew. This Wisconsin-born Cheesehead may start flashing the "W" hand sign on the golf course – for both his West Coast prowes, and his increasing number of wins.
That’s right, Mark Wilson is back, and striking fear into the golf world with his 5-foot-8, 145-pound, banjo-hitting accountant’s demeanor. Wilson’s win at the Humana Challenge in La Quinta, Calif. – formerly known as the Bob Hope Chrysler Classic – came in front of former President Bill Clinton, now the Sugar Daddy (not Suge Knight) of this event, and marked Wilson’s third win on the West Coast swing dating back to last year, when he won in Hawaii and Phoenix.
Channeling Prez No. 42, Wilson can now tell West Coast fields: Not only do I feel your pain, I am inflicting it.
Perhaps because his beloved Green Bay Packers are out of the NFL playoffs, Wilson’s mind was clear enough to make four birdies in his last eight holes. With noRead More »from West is best for Wilson after Humana win