ST LOUIS, MO - MAY 23: Mark O'Meara hits a tee shot on the fifth hole during Round One of the Senior PGA Championship presented by KitchenAid at Bellerive Country Club on May 23, 2013 in St Louis, Missouri.
I'm disappointed I haven't won more on the Champions Tour, but I haven't played that bad ... It's just that guys play extremely well.More quotes »
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Justin Rose's U.S. Open win in loving memory of father
brought some of the angriest British Open weather you could have the cold privilege of seeing. A motley twosome of Mark O'Meara and an Oklahoman journeyman from Japan's tour, Brian Watts, contested the four-hole playoff after tying through 72. The 41-year-old from USA Today Read more »
U.S. Open notebook: ’81 participant not surprised by high scores
— Low scores never materialized at supposedly vulnerable Merion, and that didn't surprise Mark O'Meara. Nor would it shock the former Masters and British Open champion if the winning score is over par. O'Meara, in fact, said if he were in the field, he would from Pittsburgh Entertainment Read more »
Guide to U.S. Open sectional qualifiers
Cook, Billy Andrade, Tommy Armour III, Tom Kite, Steve Jones, Rocco Mediate, Brad Faxon, Jay Haas, Jay Don Blake and Mark O'Meara. Two U.S. Open sectionals have already been played, last week in Japan and England. Hideki Matsuyama led five qualifiers in Japan from Jacksonville.com Read more »
Scenes from the Senior PGA Championship
digest of important news from sources selected by our local editors. Delivered weekday mornings. Mark O'Meara hits out of the rough. Today was the first day of play for the 2013 Senior PGA Championship at Bellerive Country Club. At the end of the first round, from St. Louis Business Journal Read more »
Who will give Tiger Woods' Hall of Fame induction speech?
circle and even among those few, it's tough to pick a surefire candidate. Let's take a quick look at some of the possibilities: Mark O'Meara: At one time, he would have seemed a lock for the job as Woods' close friend and mentor during the height of Tigermania. from Golf Digest Read more »