Quote of the Day:

Calvin Peete

  • Until Lee Elder, the only blacks at the Masters were caddies or waiters. To ask a black man what he feels about the traditions of the Masters is like asking him how he feels about his forefathers who were slaves.
  • If it wasn't for golf, I'd probably still be peddling jewelry or be in the sugar mills somewhere.
  • The money was going to come and go, between a wife and the IRS. The thrill of beating the best field in golf is what will always stay with me.
  • The money was going to come and go, between a wife and the IRS. The thrill of beating the best field in golf is what will always stay with me.
  • If it wasn't for golf, I'd probably still be peddling jewelry or be in the sugar mills somewhere.
  • Until Lee Elder, the only blacks at the Masters were caddies or waiters. To ask a black man what he feels about the traditions of the Masters is like asking him how he feels about his forefathers who were slaves.