• Tony Romo's CBS broadcasting debut will be ... at a golf tournament
    Shutdown Corner

    Tony Romo's CBS broadcasting debut will be ... at a golf tournament

    Tony Romo will be the biggest name in CBS’ football coverage this season, but he’ll start his broadcasting career far from a football stadium. Romo’s broadcasting debut will be at an under-the-radar golf tournament. Clarence Hill of the Fort Worth Star-Telegram reported Romo’s first assignment for CBS will be at the Dean & Deluca Invitational this weekend.

  • Brittany Horschel opens up about battle with alcoholism after husband's win
    Devil Ball Golf

    Brittany Horschel opens up about battle with alcoholism after husband's win

    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.

  • Sneds trying to strengthen hand as U.S. Open nears
    Golf Channel

    Sneds trying to strengthen hand as U.S. Open nears

    FORT WORTH, Texas – Brandt Snedeker returned to the PGA Tour last week at the AT&T Byron Nelson after sitting out for a month and missing The Players with a hand injury. Snedeker injured his left hand while playing the Masters in April and spent the last three weeks resting the ailment to prepare for next month’s U.S. Open. “It’s just real weak, I didn’t use it for three weeks when I was home and it was in a brace so it’s going to take some time to work some strength back up in it,” said Snedeker, who missed the cut at the Nelson after rounds of 72-73. “It held up pretty well last week, just trying to make sure it doesn’t flare back up.” Snedeker didn’t hit any golf balls for three weeks after