A Glimpse Inside The Mind Of Golf’s Most Divisive Critic
LAHAINA, HAWAII | Brandel Chamblee stood with his light blue golf bag slung over his left shoulder outside the Plantation Course clubhouse at Kapalua, an hour from his pro-am tee time, and laughed at how he got here.
Chamblee, on Maui as part of the Golf Channel television crew for the Sentry Tournament of Champions, was a late fill-in for the Wednesday afternoon event and he couldn’t help but wonder if he was invited to play when Tiger Woods, whom many expected to be here, decided to take a pass on the first event of 2019.
“Imagine if you were in the pro-am thinking there was a chance you could play with Tiger Woods and you wind up with me,” Chamblee said.
While Woods is in the midst of an inspiring career renaissance, Chamblee is also resurrecting his playing career. The 56-year-old, who won one of the 370 PGA Tour events he played, intends to tee it up in a handful of PGA Tour Champions events this year when his television schedule allows it.
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