It only takes two career wins on the PGA tour to make the golf hall of fame if you're black. That's how many wins Charlie Sifford had, who was inducted into the hall on Saturday. That's equivalent to a .230 hitting left fielder with no power and average fielding ability being elected to the baseball hall of fame. But Sifford was the first black player on the tour, and so that can be spun as a politically correct morality tale forever and ever. "Charlie's induction reminds us how far we have come as a country and a game," said PGA Tour commissioner Tim Finchem. "But it also reminds us how far we have to go." What the hell does that mean? Sifford's induction "reminds us" that the requirements for entry into the hall of fame that exist for everyone else can be set aside if you're black, and "how far we have to go" -- the implication is that there is still much anti-black discrimination on the PGA Tour which can only be seen as ending when blacks rightfully take their place as the superior golfers. Good luck waiting for that to happen!