Golf's 'Silly Season' Goes Sour - WSJ.com

Golf's 'Silly Season' Goes Sour - WSJ.com

This article is an example on why the new Wall Street Journal cannot be trusted. The HSBC tournament is a duel tournament for the PGA Tour and the European Tour. The article states that it is only a PGA Tour event.

That is incorrect. And that golfers are making more money sounds like jealousy from a rag that is owned by one of the greediest men alive, Rupert Murdoch.

I am sick of the Wall Street Journal. 

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