Well you know it's a slow day when the scribblers are grilling Geoff Ogilvy over the gold shoes he's going to be wearing, Golfweek's on-site blog covers just how little was happening and AP sends out a story on Gary Player's quest to get American's in shape.
But hey, a CBS free lance tech guy tried to rob a bank, so it wasn't entirely dull.
Worth your time is Steve Elling's take on why the Masters is the easiest major to win. Even if you don't entirely agree with you, the story might give you some good thoughts on who to pick this week, not that any of you engage in that illicit gambling.
** David Westin writes about the possible winning score and the likelihood that a double-digit under par tally is likely out of the question. Praise the Lord!
John Huggan provides the excuses for the European drought in majors, while Scott Smith blogs about Ron Kapriske's April Golf Digest piece on the possiblity that the Masters theme song may become available commercially.