Found February 08, 2012 on Dogs Chase Cars:

Or anything on the Internet, for that matter. That's because Spencer Levin has the technological desire of a wombat. Asked about the uplifting nature of the masses after Kyle Stanley's collapse at Torrey Pines, Levin said it would be impossible for groups to do the same for him since he looks at technology the same way Phil Mickelson looks at layup yardages.

"I've got an email, but I haven't checked it in about eight years," Levin said on Wednesday. "I think I dropped my cell phone in the water or whatever somewhere [last winter], and then I just haven't bothered to get a new one. I have no desire to."

Ten bucks says his e-mail is something like Anyone want to bet?

It is one of the beauties of all professional sports; the differences in personalities. For every Bubba Watson that replies to basically anything you send the guy on Twitter ("thanks" "yep "thx"), you have youngsters like Spencer would couldn't care less about being on the computer and just wants to go out and play and hang out.

Honestly, we could probably use more young people like Spencer, who still know how to enjoy their lives without their faces stuck directly behind the glow of a device screen (I'm the most guilty of anyone about this).

Spencer Levin finds a new use for his belly putter

You have to feel for Spencer Levin. Not only did the kid blow a six-shot at the Waste Management Open (it was actually seven at one point during the day), he also suffered this humbling moment on the back nine. After knocking his tee-shot in the Cholla, Levin was forced to use his belly putter to hack back into play -- but not before the bush exacted some revenge by leaving Levin...

Harig: The winning learning curve can be painful

Most players are well versed in the struggles of earning that first PGA Tour win. Just ask Tiger Woods, and more recently, Kyle Stanley. Spencer Levin gets another bite at the apple this week at Pebble Beach, writes's Bob Harig.
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