Azinger has questions to answer
November, 1, 2006
By Jason Sobel
ATLANTA -- As I checked into my hotel last night, a tall, solitary figure beat me to the front desk. "Sorry," he said, but I waved him off. He got to the front of the line first, fair and square. That man was Paul Azinger. After he was given a room key and started to walk away, the hotelier called him back and handed over a single, plain, sealed envelope.