You had to do a lot of squinting by the end of the PGA Tour stop at Greenbrier in West Virginia on Sunday night. An event that could have been called the 'Gloaming at the Greenbrier' ended at darn near 9 p.m. local time, meaning we were about five minutes away from 'Sunday Night Golf' making its debut on The Golf Channel. Surely, somebody was prepping Al Michaels and Cris Collinsworth to helicopter in to call the next golf hole.
Plus, you had to squint to figure out that leaderboard. Jonas Blixt … Stephen Bowditch … Matt Jones … Johnson Wagner … Jimmy Walker … heck, if it wasn't for a cameo tie-9th by Davis Love III, your top 16 finishers at The Greenbrier Classic in White Sulphur Springs had zero majors, and just about as much name recognition, too. At one point, Jim Nantz told the audience that eventual winner Blixt was from a small town in Sweden that had 18,000 people, and I couldn't help but wonder if the only people left watching by the end were, indeed, about 18,000 peopleRead More »from Lateral Hazard: Jonas Blixt makes name for himself with twilight win at Greenbrier