Jim Achenbach reports on Mitch Voges and his shady behavior at the U.S. Senior Amateur yesterday.
I rank the 36 holes I played with Voges in the 1991 U.S. Amateur qualifier at Calabasas as one of the slowest and days of golf I ever played. Not only because I played decently and didn't qualify, but because Voges and his son/caddy gave new meaning to slow and annoying golf course gamesmanship antics. Voges went on to win the Amateur that year.
Another reminder that the USGA should have banned the long putter.