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Brendan Porath

  • joined Sep 26, 2011
  • last login Apr 13, 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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Keegan Bradley to wear Jordan 11 golf spikes

This might be a golf apparel story actually worth fawning over.

'Skip-it' at 16th pond another Masters tradition

There hasn't been an ace yet this year during the practice round game, but the tradition of rocketing balls across the water is strong as ever at Augusta National.

Phil Mickelson loses bet to Masters patron

Phil Mickelson has become the most beloved superstar at Augusta, and on Tuesday he relayed his latest amusing story of fan interaction and practice round gambling.

Ranking Masters rookies, looking for a next Tiger

The rookie crop is deep at this year's Masters, a potential transitional year with Tiger Woods absent for the first time.

Michael Jordan drains chip at his own tournament

The greatest basketball player ever is also great at smoking cigars while excelling in games of leisure in Las Vegas.

How the Masters field came together

Like everything with the Masters, the process of building a field is unique from all other majors and beholden to certain traditions. Here's how the 2014 group earned an invite to Augusta.

Rory the favorite at a wide-open Masters

Tiger is absent for the first time in 20 years, opening up a new spot for a betting favorite at the Masters.

Matt Jones earns career $1M-plus payday in Houston

The Houston Open took a ridiculous turn in the final hour with Matt Kuchar squandering a big lead, and Matt Jones chipping in for the biggest moment of his career to date.

Matt Jones rounds out Masters field at 97

For most of the weekend, it appeared Matt Kuchar, already into the Masters through five different qualifying methods, would win in Houston. But Matt Jones pulled off a ridiculous chip-in to complete a comeback and earn his first Masters invite.

Matt Jones shocks Kuchar with chip-in playoff win

Another Aussie gets his first win and first Masters invite in the most dramatic finish of the PGA Tour season so far.

Photos emerge of snowy Eisenhower Tree, new 17th

We now have the last official photo of Augusta National's most famous tree, and after its proper eulogy, what the 17th hole will now look like for this week's Masters.

Media schedule for loaded Friday afternoon at SHO

The leaderboard is loaded at the Houston Open, creating a nice little warm-up weekend before Masters week.

One final Masters berth up for grabs in Houston

We're just one week away from the season's first major, and the field is nearly complete with just one more spot on the line in Houston. Here's who is already in the Masters, and that one guy who dropped out already.

Media schedule for Houston Open first round

There's one more week of prep before the Masters, and 46 players in the field next week, including Phil Mickelson and Rory McIlroy, will tee it up at the Shell Houston Open.

Phil, Rory highlight Thursday tee sheet in Houston

The Houston Open has specifically set up its course to simulate Masters conditions, and it's drawn a fairly loaded field just one week before the season's first major.

Tiger to miss the Masters for 1st time

After barely playing through the first quarter of the 2014 season, world No. 1 Tiger Woods will miss the biggest event in golf as a bad back is keeping him from the season's first major at Augusta National.

Injuries and red flags for usual Masters favorites

We're just over a week away from the first round of the Masters, a tournament that's suddenly wide open thanks to a spate of injuries and some shaky form from the biggest stars in golf.

Bowditch's 1st win an amazing story for golf

Steven Bowditch, who has battled severe bouts of clinical depression, gets his first ever PGA Tour win and earns a late invite to his first Masters.

Rounding out the Masters field with 2 weeks to go

Multiple last-minute berths are up for grabs in Texas with the season's first major rapidly approaching.

The best Miguel Angel Jimenez photo yet?

Another week and another wonderful photo of golf's most delightful character.

Tee times, schedule for Texas Open 1st round

The chances to get into the Masters are dwindling with just two weeks to go until Augusta. There are a couple ways a handful of players can earn late entry this week at the Valero Texas Open, which tees off Thursday morning.

Getting past Tiger: The PGA Tour's biggest problem

Tiger Woods' absence this weekend at the Arnold Palmer Invitational, an event he's dominated, illustrated again how much things change when he's not around. With Tiger approaching 40, it's the PGA Tour's biggest future problem.

Matt Every upsets Adam Scott, Keegan Bradley

Sunday started with two big names and former majors winners in the final group at Bay Hill, but it was Matt Every, a Florida native known to many for a marijuana arrest, who came from behind for the win and pretty cool emotional finish.

Matt Every closing in on career payday

Two players at vastly different spots in their careers are going for a nice $1.16 million winner's check at Bay Hill.

Adam Scott losing lead at Bay Hill

The defending Masters champ is on the verge of becoming the No. 1 player in the world, but his weeklong lead at Bay Hill is evaporating thanks to some shaky final round play.

Tee times for Friday's API at Bay Hill

Following his course record first round, Adam Scott will get all the love from the cameras in the afternoon on Friday, but a few big names will have an opportunity to make a move in the morning.

Scott leads talented group after 18 at Bay Hill

The highest ranked player in the field dominates Bay Hill on Thursday, setting a course record and putting himself in position to be the favorite and No. 1 in the world at the season's first major.

Ian Poulter's red Ferrari is illegally parked

With no need for a private jet this week, the precocious Englishman decided to roll up in one of his Ferraris at Bay Hill.

Tiger Woods has bulging disk, won't need surgery

After withdrawing this week due to persisting back problems, speculation ramped up that Tiger was dealing with a more serious injury that might require surgery and wipe out the upcoming majors season. A Golfweek report adds some detail to the injury.

Bubba hits water 3 times in 1 hole, then withdraws

Bubba Watson was a trendy pick to win this year's Arnold Palmer Invitational, but after a sextuple-bogey 11 on a par-5, he finished the first round dead last and decided to end his week after 18 holes.

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