Category Archives: Ryder Cup

Keegan Bradley: Embracing what he doesn’t want to think about

Keegan Bradley had a pretty good day in the first round of the Deutsche Bank Championship ending up 6 to the good with the TPC Boston. His 65 put him in 2nd alone and two behind Ryan Palmer. Palmer had … Continue reading

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Lee Westwood: Pressing for a Ryder Cup berth

An old familiar name popped up at the top of the leaderboard at the PGA Championship. Lee Westwood is tied for the first-round lead with Kevin Chappell and Ryan Palmer at 6-under, 65. They have a one-stroke lead over Rory … Continue reading

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Tiger Woods: On the mend with a ways to go

Tiger Woods rolled into Firestone Country Club in Akron, Ohio, for the WGC-Bridgestone Invitational. Having won the tournament eight times, he has a high level of comfort with the course and he’ll need it. Sitting at No.215 with just 45 … Continue reading

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Captain Tom Watson: The Correct View

The Ryder Cup is a little less than two years away, but it’s significance in the game of golf can be measured by all the hoopla generated by the naming of Tom Watson as the U.S. captain for the 2014 … Continue reading

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Tom Watson: 2014 Ryder Cup Captain

As you surely know by now, 63-year-old Tom Watson, the 1993 Ryder Cup captain and winner of eight majors, was named as 2014 Ryder Cup captain. So the golf coach at MIT tweeted: I’d like to know why Tom Watson’s … Continue reading

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Sergio Garcia: An Enigma Wrapped in a Golf Pro

The headline coming out of the DP World Tour Championship, Dubai, is that Rory McIlroy, Scot Marc Warren and Luke Donald are all tied for the lead at the halfway point. McIlroy overcame a bout of what he self-diagnosed as … Continue reading

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Frys.com Open: The First Hand is Dealt

Playing professional golf is a little like playing poker, you never really know how you’re going to play until the first hand is dealt, until that first round score is tabulated. On the one hand, you play because you know … Continue reading

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Davis Love III: One Last Look Back

Two readers emailed this post at Golf.com by Davis Love III. I had to pass it along because it is so humble, so responsible, so joyous and so wistfully sad, it has to be brought as high up into the … Continue reading

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Davis Love III: Reflections on the Ryder Cup Loss

Ryder Cup captain, Davis Love III, turned in his note pads and radios and headed to Las Vegas to play in the J.T. Shriners. It seemed a bit of a surprise, but as he explained in this media session, he … Continue reading

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The Fall Series: The Beginning of the End

Thursday morning, bright and early — 7AM to be exact — the “Last Chance Stretch” begins. The next four tournaments, known formally as the Fall Series, offer the players on the PGA Tour the chance to enhance their careers…or figure … Continue reading

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