June 26, 1995 | Alan Shipnuck
Sixty-three holes into the U.S. Open, Neal Lancaster was having a bit of a motivation problem. Eight over and demoralized by two straight bogeys, he came up with a resolution that would have made Tony Robbins blanch....
November 03, 1997 | Alan Shipnuck
In Las Vegas all that counted was where your name ended up on the final money list
November 17, 1997 | Compiled by Gary B. Smith
•CHARITY: Go figure. In 1996 the Byron Nelson Classic had a $1.8 million purse and gave $4 million to charity. The Players Championship offered $3.5 million in prize money but donated $590,000.
September 16, 2002 | Mark Wood
Neal Lancaster's Canadian Open calamity was caused by a crisis of confidence, a problem that afflicts all levels of pros, even Ryder Cuppers
September 16, 2002 | Seth Davis
Neal Lancaster, the Tour's resident comedian, played some funny golf on the final hole in Canada, allowing John Rollins to have the last laugh