This from Richard Oliver of the Express-News in San Antonio:
World Hall of Fame golfer Lee Trevino, who earlier this year told reporters in Boston that this month's AT&T Championship at Oak Hills would be his last competitive tournament, apparently has had second thoughts.
A Champions Tour official confirmed Wednesday that Trevino, who lives in the Dallas area, has decided to continue playing beyond this season.
The legendary player, who has a large contingent of friends in San Antonio, is still scheduled to play at the AT&T on Oct. 19-21.
It's a hard game to play. It's also a hard game to walk away from. (Or ride away from if you use a cart.)
The Armchair Golfer