FILE - This Oct. 28, 2017 file photo shows Matt Kuchar, of the United States, teeing off in round three of the 2017 WGC-HSBC Champions golf tournament held at the Sheshan International Golf Club in Shanghai, China. Kuchar has what amounts to a home game this week in the RSM Classic at Sea Island, which must be awfully boring for his two sons. The last time Kuchar played, 10-year-old Cameron and 8-year-old Carson tagged along on the first part of the trip to Japan and spent a week riding bullet trains, going to a sumo wrestling match and touring a ninja training studio.
FILE - This Oct. 28, 2017 file photo shows Matt Kuchar, of the United States, teeing off in round three of the 2017 WGC-HSBC Champions golf tournament held at the Sheshan International Golf Club in Shanghai, China. Kuchar has what amounts to a home game this week in the RSM Classic at Sea Island, which must be awfully boring for his two sons. The last time Kuchar played, 10-year-old Cameron and 8-year-old Carson tagged along on the first part of the trip to Japan and spent a week riding bullet trains, going to a sumo wrestling match and touring a ninja training studio. Ng Han Guan, file AP Photo
FILE - This Oct. 28, 2017 file photo shows Matt Kuchar, of the United States, teeing off in round three of the 2017 WGC-HSBC Champions golf tournament held at the Sheshan International Golf Club in Shanghai, China. Kuchar has what amounts to a home game this week in the RSM Classic at Sea Island, which must be awfully boring for his two sons. The last time Kuchar played, 10-year-old Cameron and 8-year-old Carson tagged along on the first part of the trip to Japan and spent a week riding bullet trains, going to a sumo wrestling match and touring a ninja training studio. Ng Han Guan, file AP Photo

Kuchar takes his kids on the road for quite an education

November 14, 2017 05:16 PM

UPDATED November 14, 2017 05:17 PM

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