Billy Horschel had an emotional reaction to his Byron Nelson win on Sunday and most of us assumed it was related to the golfer breaking a three-year drought on the PGA Tour. Billy’s wife Brittany Horschel revealed on Monday that she has been battling alcoholism and recently celebrated a year of sobriety after spending time at a recovery center in Florida. Calling it a “very sad, scary and trying time,” Brittany credited Billy with being her rock. While Brittany sought treatment, Billy took care of the couple’s 18-month-old daughter Skylar and moved the family into a new home by himself.
University of New Mexico's Athletic Director Paul Krebs shared that dream, so in 2015 he got together a group of his co-workers and local businessmen friends and finally took that trip across the pond. According to a report by KRQE News in Albuquerque, Krebs planned the trip through a travel agency in Indiana.
Ha Na Jang says she wants to spend more time with family and that's the reason behind her decision to leave the American-based LPGA tour and return to playing the Korean LPGA Tour full time. "There was a void that couldn't be filled even by all the victories," Jang said in a news conference Tuesday in Seoul, South Korea. "And I made this decision because I decided to spend time with my family as this is more precious than becoming the best golfer in the world. I want to enjoy the rest of my golfing career with my parents and my loved ones around me." Jang, 25, has won four LPGA titles since joining the American-based tour in 2015, including the ISPS Handa Women's Australian Open in February.