Truth & Rumors: Gospel singers praise Luke Donald in video

Luke Donald isn’t exactly the longest player off the tee—he’s not even the 177th longest player off the tee—but he is the No. 1 player in the world, as he kindly reminds us with the help of Mizuno, YouTube and gospel singers.      Ben Crane squeaks into Masters field Speaking of YouTube, Ben Crane and his helmet are headed to Augusta. As Ryan Ballengee reports, Crane began the week as No. 48 in the Official World Golf Ranking, leaving little wiggle room to remain inside the top 50. After missing the cut, things looked grim for Crane; however, he only dipped down one place to 49th, keeping his hopes for a green jacket alive. doesn’t exactly like the American’s odds, though (125 to 1 odds). Always the good sport (and social-media savant), Crane took to Twitter to let us know that, at the very least, there is a chance, quoting "Dumb and Dumber" along the way. 

Arnold Palmer might play in charity event this December As reported earlier, the PNC Father/Son Challenge is set to return after a brief hiatus. Arnold Palmer will serve as the event’s ambassador, and the event will benefit the Anrold Palmer Hospital for Children and the Winner Palmer Hospital for Women and Babies in Orlando, but he may also be competing, according to Jason Sobel
"Well, my plans are right now, I'm thinking about it," he [Palmer] said with a wink. "I have two grandsons that are eligible."
Following that coy remark, though, Palmer was hospitalized with high blood pressure. Reports indicate that he will be fine, but it is unclear if it will affect his playing status. If the tweets from one of Arnie’s grandsons, up-and-comer Sam Saunders, are any indication, there is a good chance we see the King teeing it up come December. Tweet of the Day

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by Kevin Cunningham