Monthly Archives: November 2010

The Escalator

Somewhere mid-round in the UBS Hong Kong Open this morning, I was watching Ian Poulter on the tee with his driver. He was trying to settle in to begin his swing. Just as he was getting ready to pull the … Continue reading

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Does Length Matter?

This is a tribute to the creativity and adaptability of the human spirit. Brian Gay is 192nd on the 2010 PGA Tour Driving Distance list. For the year, he drove the ball 52,220 yards or 29.7 miles. Unfortunately, it took him 196 … Continue reading

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While We Were Sleeping

Is it just me, or did everybody else miss the fact that what used to be the doddering European Tour is now a world-class, world tour? Because I now follow most of the main tours in search of material for … Continue reading

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The Power Of Intention

I had coffee yesterday with a woman who’s an event planner. She puts together travel packages and special events for companies and organizations designed to bring people closer together. But it’s not just a cookie-cutter operation. It is crafting unique experiences designed … Continue reading

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Where Are They Now?

When I began posting on the Fall Series, these last five tournaments that determined the fate of players close to the top 125 cutoff to keep their PGA Tour cards, I highlighted certain players as illustrations.  Here’s what eventually happened … Continue reading

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Footsteps

Kelly Tilghman is funny. The Golf Channel announcer at this week’s Children’s Miracle Network Classic at Disney’s Magnolia and Palm courses in Orlando, watching a six-birdie barrage on Saturday that stretched his lead to six strokes, wryly reported, “Roland Thatcher … Continue reading

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Broadcast Alert – The Kodak Challenge

I’m putting this short post out early because there is a remarkable possibility of an extraordinary occurrence on the PGA Tour broadcast tomorrow. In my preview of this week’s Children’s Miracle Network Classic at Disney’s Magnolia and Palm Courses in … Continue reading

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Belonging

There’s being in the club and then there’s not being in the club any longer. As of yesterday’s cut at the Children’s Miracle Network Classic at Disney’s Magnolia and Palm Courses in Orlando, Florida, we have some well known players … Continue reading

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Being With Brave Men

This is a companion piece to yesterday’s post about women. Today, the men. I like men. I really like men. I suppose that comes as no big surprise since I’m one of them. I like the camaraderie among men, that we … Continue reading

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Something In The Way She Moves

I like women. I like women a lot. I suppose that comes as no big surprise since men are genetically wired that way. I like looking at them. I like speaking with them. I like who they are. I like … Continue reading

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