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.
The USGA insists its focus is going to be on golf and not politics when it conducts the U.S. Women's Open at a golf course owned by President Donald Trump in less than two months. Some fans and politicians criticized golf's governing body for not moving the marquee women's tournament from Trump National after lewd comments by Trump about women from 2005 surfaced during the presidential campaign. USGA executive director and chief executive Mike Davis skirted questions about the issue on Wednesday, saying the golf association will not cross into politics even though some fans consider the tournament being staged at the course political. "When we came here, this was all about coming to a great golf course and playing the greatest championship in women's golf," Davis said.