The new issue of GOLF magazine has two extraordinary articles/interviews with Raymond Floyd and David Feherty. Both are quite revealing and show sides to both players that are surprising in many ways.
Mr. Floyd reveals how he nearly squandered his golfing talent until his wife gave him a good talking to. He also discusses some familiar tales of life on the tour in the early days, and how today's professionals, specifically their goals, are quite different from those "back in the day."
Then there is Feherty. This piece is very in depth and really shows the sad, anstonishing brilliance he has. The frank talks about his additions to alcohol and drugs. How even today, his struggles continue, and how generous he continues to be in spite of those struggles. A real example of how the clown is laughing on the outside, but grappling with chaos on the inside.
Pick up this issue if you aren't a subscriber and read these pieces. They are two of the best I have read in a long time in this magazine.