Protests by NFL players during the national anthem ratcheted up on Sunday in reaction to recent remarks from President Donald Trump, in which he described any player who took a knee for the "Star-Spangled Banner" as a "son of a bitch" and called for team owners to fire players who partake in the protest. Reaction to the comments and record kneeling came from across the sports world, including golf, where the most direct comments came from PGA Tour winner Peter Malnati, who followed up a passionate tweet with a phone interview about why he supported those taking a knee for the anthem. Malnati wasn't alone, however. Paul Goydos, who has won on the PGA Tour and PGA Tour Champions, offered his support
Golfer Adam Rolston had an idea for an adventure and turned it into the longest golfing hole ever.
Steve Williams, Tiger Woods’ erstwhile caddie who most recently looped for Adam Scott, is taking his skills to the LPGA Tour. The veteran bagman — who handed the sticks to Woods for 12 years and has been by Scott’s side in an on-again, off-again role since he and Woods had a less than amicable split in 2011 — will handle caddie duties for U.S. player Danielle Kang at this week’s New Zealand Women’s Open, according to the New Zealand Herald. First as a full-time caddie and lately as a part-timer for Scott in his semi-retirement, the native Kiwi will make his debut on the women’s circuit before hooking up with the 2013 Masters winner for their swan song in two Asian events in October. "I've never