1. 2009: The Most Disappointing Year In Major Championship Golf

    Over the past few months, we could have seen some of the most unbelievable, satisfying, and heartwarming victories in golf history. Kenny Perry donning the green jacket at age 48. David Duval coming out of absolute oblivion to win the U...

    Benjamin Hogan Written by Benjamin Hogan about 5 years ago 1,467 reads 30 comments

  2. Notes On The 2009 U.S. Open: The Front 9

    Time goes by so fast nowadays, doesn't it? It seems like only yesterday that Angel Cabrera, Kenny Perry, and Chad Campbell were battling it out for the green jacket, their 44-inch waists seriously bringing into question golf's validity as a "sport...

    Benjamin Hogan Written by Benjamin Hogan about over 5 years ago 683 reads 0 comments

  3. Recapping Kenny Perry's Painful Masters Finish

    With its blooming azaleas, gorgeous fairways, and charming theme music—not to mention Jim Nantz's soothing voice—I never thought it was possible for the Masters to leave me feeling sick...

    Benjamin Hogan Written by Benjamin Hogan about over 5 years ago 750 reads 6 comments

  4. Super Bowl XLIII: The Greatest Ever?

    A lovable underdog. A powerful dynasty. Amazing plays. A dose of controversy. Constant lead changes. A last-minute comeback. That's the perfect recipe for an amazing Super Bowl...

    Benjamin Hogan Written by Benjamin Hogan about over 5 years ago 863 reads 23 comments

  5. Live From The Barclays

    Earlier this week, I traveled up the Garden State Parkway to take a peek around gorgeous Ridgewood Country Club in Paramus, N.J. Here are some notes and observations I collected from Tuesday's practice round...

    Benjamin Hogan Written by Benjamin Hogan about 6 years ago 645 reads 0 comments

  6. Five Sports Conspiracy Theories

    While browsing through Barnes and Noble yesterday, I picked up an $8.00 copy of “Reclaiming History”, Vincent Pugilosi’s ridiculously long book (over 1,600 pages) which attempts ...

    Benjamin Hogan Written by Benjamin Hogan about 6 years ago 15,835 reads 5 comments

  7. Revamping the Fed Ex Cup, Part 2: Too Many Invitations

    The purpose of a playoff system is to determine one true champion by allowing only the best teams and players to compete against each other...

    Benjamin Hogan Written by Benjamin Hogan about 6 years ago 1,049 reads 5 comments

  8. Does Anyone Care that Padraig Harrington Made History?

    "If a tree falls down in the woods and no one is around to hear it—does it make a sound?" We've struggled for generations to make sense of that perplexing question...

    Benjamin Hogan Written by Benjamin Hogan about 6 years ago 628 reads 7 comments

  9. PGA Championship: I Retract My Compliments

    I take back the compliments I gave to the PGA Championship in my previous article: http://bleacherreport.com/articles/44130-give-the-pga-championship-some-respect This year, the PGA Championship deserves no respect...

    Benjamin Hogan Written by Benjamin Hogan about 6 years ago 326 reads 2 comments

  10. Give the PGA Championship Some Respect!

    If you asked Rodney Dangerfield what his favorite major championship was, he’d definitely pick the PGA Championship. After all, it gets no respect. It’s not the oldest, or the toughest, or the one with the prettiest flowers...

    Benjamin Hogan Written by Benjamin Hogan about 6 years ago 422 reads 2 comments

  11. NFL: An Ode to the Preseason

    Preseason, preseason, We've waited half a year, For your meaningless games And unvetted no-names Remind us the playoffs are near...

    Benjamin Hogan Written by Benjamin Hogan about 6 years ago 211 reads 3 comments

  12. Revamping the FedEx Cup: Points are Pointless

    This week’s Bridgestone Invitational at Firestone is worth 26,250 FedEx Cup points. Yeah, um… that’s great...

    Benjamin Hogan Written by Benjamin Hogan about 6 years ago 799 reads 2 comments

  13. Apparently, I'm Big News in Arkansas...

    Note to future journalists: take the forthcoming example as a lesson in how not to write and report. Especially, NEVER EVER write an article based around things you've cut-and-pasted from Google News...

    Benjamin Hogan Written by Benjamin Hogan about 6 years ago 206 reads 5 comments

  14. Greg Norman Leads the British Open Today, but Will He Choke Tomorrow?

    If you're going to root for Greg Norman to win tomorrow's British Open, may I give a small suggestion: keep a bottle of Maalox and maybe a mild sedative nearby. Because, chances are, your stomach will be churning and quivering by the 18th hole...

    Benjamin Hogan Written by Benjamin Hogan about 6 years ago 748 reads 3 comments

  15. K.J. Choi and Greg Norman Top an Intriguing British Open Leaderboard

    Heading to the weekend, K.J. Choi leads the British Open by one stroke over... Greg Norman? Yes my friends, the Shark is back...

    Benjamin Hogan Written by Benjamin Hogan about 6 years ago 269 reads 3 comments

  16. Philadelphia Phillies: Joe Blanton Joins the Squad, But Will He Deliver?

    For the Phillies to contend through October, Joe Blanton must turn his game around— quick. Pitching has been the Phillies' Achilles heel over the past six years...

    Benjamin Hogan Written by Benjamin Hogan about 6 years ago 441 reads 1 comments

  17. Golf's Worst Major Championship: The British Open

    Let's get this straight from the get go: it's the British Open, not the Open Championship. The British Open simply isn't good enough to be granted Madonna-like status and not be referred to by its proper name...

    Benjamin Hogan Written by Benjamin Hogan about 6 years ago 447 reads 13 comments

  18. 10 Golf Courses That Should Host a Major Championship

    If you're a golf fan, you're familiar with what's called the "rota." It's the list of courses that churn out major championships like the University of Miami churns out NFL prospects...

    Benjamin Hogan Written by Benjamin Hogan about 6 years ago 3,756 reads 7 comments

  19. Top 10 Ballparks of All Time

    #10- PNC Park, Pittsburgh: You can't beat the gorgeous views of the Clemente bridge and downtown Pittsburgh looking from behind the plate at PNC Park...

    Benjamin Hogan Written by Benjamin Hogan about 6 years ago 2,978 reads 4 comments