You may or may not remember Tadd Fujikawa playing in the 2006 U.S. Open at age 15.
You may or may not remember that he played in the Sony Open at age 16 and made the cut.
Since then, the vertically-challenged (five-feet on his tiptoes) golfer from Hawaii has been trying to make it in professional golf.
He qualified to play on the PGA Tour Canada (Mackenzie Tour) in 2016 and he won the 2017 State Open in Hawaii.
So no, unless you’re from Hawaii, you haven’t heard much from Tadd lately — until this week.
Seems Tadd has come out of the closet and let everyone know that he is gay.
To which The Doghouse responds — who cares?
This is 2018 and folks in our great country are free to be whoever and whatever they want, within the boundaries of the law.
No law against gay golfers or anything else gay.
So Tadd, no big deal, we don’t think better or worse with this news, we and everyone else wishe you well as you chase the dream.
In the meantime, a week in the Dog House for stealing headlines, the Dog House is open to all, straight, gay, whatever. We are a non-discriminating Dog House!