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A graduate of Virginia Commonwealth University, James has been covering the game of golf for more than 15 years. He has written hundreds of course features, industry leader profiles and opinion pieces about the golf industry in addition to covering major PGA Tour events, major championships and International tournaments.

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  • Deven Anand posted 318 days ago

    Deven Anand

    Your article about skiing has some mistakes. First of, in the Downhill, Kostelic had no chance what so ever, seeing as how in the last years he has only excelled in Slalom and Giant-Slalom. Secondly you have left out loads of dangerous skiers, like Eric Guay in the speed disciplines, ( Slalom, Combi and Super G). Olsson in both of the slaloms, as well as Fanara. Please only post about sports in which you have actual knowledge.

  • Long gone posted 319 days ago

    Long gone

    Hi James McMahon.

  • James Kardatzke posted 351 days ago

    James  Kardatzke

    James, Check out this cool Golf Trick Shots video

  • Tim Beck posted 436 days ago

    Tim Beck

    James, love your passion for golf. I'm a fanatic and avid golfer working for a rapidly growing company, NCCGA and CGP, that fosters non-varsity college and youth golf, as well as discounted golf rates. I think the story behind the company(s) would make for a great article on BR. I'd love to get you in touch with our leadership team so you can learn more. Please feel free to message me on my BR profile. Thank you for your time, and I look forward to talking to you.

  • paul harper posted 474 days ago

    paul harper

    How can I see the leader board via bleacherreport? I see no link on the Golf home page.

  • Gerry Lake posted 479 days ago

    Gerry Lake

    James, can you count up to 5... the numbers of rounds Tiger played in the 2008 US Open. You forgot the play-off round on monday... andthe 19th sudden hole to clinch!

  • steve schoberg posted 481 days ago

    steve schoberg

    You have been caught by the auto editor in the first sentence of this article. Tiger has a sore back, not a soar back.

  • Craig P posted 528 days ago

    Craig P

    Hey James, just a heads up you might want to change your last article a little bit. Andy Murray is not the most popular Englishman since he was born and raised in Scotland. That means he is both British and Scottish (a very proud Scot) but not English. I see you like golf, if you look at some of the golfers Justin Rose represents England and Paul Lawrie Scotland but both are British.