Brendan Porath

  • joined Sep 26, 2011
  • last login Jul 12, 2014
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Brendan Porath is a Cleveland native living in Washington, D.C. He's a fan of Cleveland teams and Boston College, which can be a potentially dangerous cocktail of apathy and despair.

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Jesper Parnevik falls off segway, breaks rib


Here's Jesper Parnevik with the latest exhibit for why golfers should not be considered world class athletes.

Phil gets up-and-down from cart path for birdie


With a port-o-potty hovering to his left, Phil Mickelson pures a wedge shot off the cart path at Royal Aberdeen.

Tee times, schedule for Thursday at Scottish Open


The Scottish Open is loaded again this year, as players from all over the world prepare for next week's major at Hoylake.

Angel Cabrera wins the Greenbrier Classic

El Pato gets a win in West Virginia, where the Argentinian holed-out for eagle on the back nine and posted back-to-back rounds of 64 on the weekend.

$6.5 million up for grabs at the Greenbrier


There's a lot of money up for grabs in the hills of West Virginia on Sunday afternoon.

Cauley's Greenbrier ace wins each fan cash

Aces are always fun on the PGA Tour, and lately they've become more rewarding for the fans.

Tee times, TV schedule for Saturday at Greenbrier


The Greenbrier is one of the most remote and scenic stops on the PGA Tour, and a solid leaderboard has emerged for the weekend in West Virginia.

Golf fox finds a a nice seat in the fairway

Golf fox helps a Tour player track his shot into the green, promptly goes back to scratching himself.

Tiger leaves, and Spieth becomes the show

Jordan Spieth is still adjusting to the burgeoning crowds as he continues to distinguish himself at 20-years-old and the hype builds. That was apparent this week at the Quicken Loans National, both with and without Tiger Woods at his side.

Justin Rose wins playoff at brutal Congressional

On a weekend where Congressional played as tough as a U.S. Open, last year's winner of America's national championship emerges with a playoff win in the Quicken Loans National.

Stefani, Rose battling for $1M payday at National

Justin Rose has almost $35 million more in career earnings than Shawn Stefani, who would win almost as much as his entire previous combined winnings with a victory at the Quicken Loans National.

Adventures in the luxurious Congressional pro shop

With Tiger Woods missing the cut and taking much of the steam out of the early weekend at the Quicken Loans National, I decided to go exploring in the pro shop at exclusive Congressional Country Club.

Reed leads but Congressional dominates

Tiger's gone but there will be a man in red and black playing in the final group on Sunday at Congressional.

Hanson makes 1st ever ace at Congressional event

The Swede's ace came on just his second hold of the third round Saturday, and awarded one woman a year's worth of mortgage payments.

Poulter gets royal treatment at Wimbledon

One of England's most famous sportsmen takes in Wimbledon from the royal box, and as he always does with his car collection and other luxury lifestyle items, made sure to share the experience with the peasantry on social media.

Tee times for Saturday at Congressional

Tiger's gone but the golf goes on at Congressional, where four players sit on the 36-hole lead.

How to watch Tiger's second round at Congressional

After playing and returning in relative obscurity on Thursday morning, Tiger Woods will be out in the afternoon for the second round and dominate the Golf Channel broadcast on Friday.

When USA vs. Germany competed with Tiger's return

What to do when you're at the golf course where Tiger Woods is making his return from injury while the USMNT are trying to get out of the group of death.

Tiger returns, promptly tumbles into last place

He's back. But even with expectations lower than normal, Tiger Woods is leaking oil with the wedges and putter and has dropped into dead last early at Congressional.

How to watch Tiger's return at Congressional

The PGA Tour and its media partners are delivered from a sluggish spring and summer stretch with the return of Tiger Woods.

President Obama hosts Tiger, gets tips from Phil

A bunch of rich and powerful people who play a lot of golf hung out at the White House on Tuesday. But they walked around the East Wing taking many of the same overwhelmingly touristy photos that anyone granted access to the White House might snap.

Tiger returns, but he's not playing to win

The PGA Tour was in dire need of a Tiger Woods return, and it's happened sooner than expected. But this week at Congressional, we're not going to get the same Tiger trying to overwhelm and crush the field.

Wie twerks, fills U.S. Open trophy with 21 beers

An American wins the national championship and celebrates accordingly -- 10 out of 10 for Michelle Wie.

Streelman's 7 straight birdies clinch Travelers

One week after Martin Kaymer's runaway win at Pinehurst, Kevin Streelman completes a chasedown victory with a back-nine 28 and seven straight closing birdies to win in Hartford.

The best and worst from the week at the U.S. Open

The season's second major was a runaway in the Sandhills, but there was plenty of good, bad, and ugly during four days of golf at Pinehurst.

The best photos from the U.S. Open at Pinehurst

The season's second major was a runaway win for Martin Kaymer, an emerging world superstar. But the venue, Pinehurst No. 2, commanded much of the attention. Here are the best photos from the week at the U.S. Open.

Kaymer goes wire-to-wire at Pinehurst

In one of the more impressive and dominating four-day stretches at the "toughest test in golf," Martin Kaymer ran away from the field to win the U.S. Open, his second major at just 29-years-old.

Dustin Johnson buzzes the crowd with this hook


Run for cover.

Compton desperately chasing, but Kaymer steady

Erik Compton, a two-time heart transplant survivor, is one of the greatest stories in golf and a U.S. Open win would be perhaps the best victory in the 114-year history of the event. But Martin Kaymer has provided no opening for the primary chaser.

Zac Blair's dad caddies for his final hole


There are worse ways to spend Father's Day.

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