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Morning Look: Why Covering Golf Rules (Nice Cheese)



Above, you can see the cheese spread from the media dining area yesterday afternoon. The caterer I spoke with was unable to identify all the cheeses, but we appeared to have Cypress Grove's Humboldt Fog from California, Drunken Goat cheese from Spain ("Murcia al Vino"), some sort of above-average Brie, some sort of above average aged goat, a creamy goat topped with sesame seeds and an unidentified but high-end blue.

Not many sporting events offer four different varieties of high-end goat cheeses to the sports media. Nor do many sporting events offer you the opportunity to pair those cheeses with a "Tiger"-branded flavor of "fierce" Gatorade. I found that it went particularly well with the Humboldt Fog. Two more pics below.



Lots and lots of Tiger head covers available, right near the cash register in the gift shop. I didn't see any Cliff Kresge "Clifford the Big Red Dog" head covers, even though he's playing and Tiger isn't, but I'm sure I just didn't look hard enough.






And this is what you saw on the way out yesterday. That's a lot of lawn mowers. That crew could have my lawn finished in about three seconds. They'd also make an excellent parade regiment.

By Dan Steinberg  |  July 3, 2008; 8:44 AM ET
Categories:  Golf  
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