Remarkably, Tim Finchem was peppered with questions yesterday in St. Louis and not one scribbler asked--for the entertainment of the fans next door--if the PGA Tour was considering an English speaking exam for its foreign players.
Sadly, the Commish was on his MBAspeak medicine, so we only gone one fun line ("programming inhibitions"). Even worse, I liked what he said about the FedEx Cup points volatility and Padraig Harrington's virtual elimination after two missed cuts:
I do think that the Padraig Harrington thing actually stirs up debate about this, and debate is good and healthy, and some level of controversy gets people talking about it. People around the country are having a lot more discussion on talk radio this year than last year, so I don't know how you measure that, but that's good stuff. So we'll see what happens.