Monthly Archives: November 2010

The Fall Series – Stretching For The Finish Line

And so it comes down to this, this week’s Children’s Miracle Network Classic, at Disney World’s Magnolia & Palm Courses, in Lake Buena Vista, Florida. The last chance. The last chance for three things. The first one is the last … Continue reading

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The Road Warriors

So we plop down on the couch, turn on the PGA Tour broadcast and watch the unfolding story of this week’s tournament. But because we see the same faces week after week, we grow comfortable with the milieu—it’s the same … Continue reading

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Victory Isn’t Always A Win

The Champions Tour’s Tour Championship played this weekend at the TPC Harding Park in San Francisco, California, ended the way conventional wisdom said it should have. PGA and Champions Tour thoroughbred, John Cook, beat journeyman Michael Allen, by two strokes, in … Continue reading

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Rudyard Kipling Was Right

Looking at the final leaderboard for the World Golf Championships, HSBC Champions at the Sheshan International Golf Club, in Shanghai, China, I was struck by two things: (1) winner, Italian, Francesco Molinari has done nothing to dispel his status as … Continue reading

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There’s Freedom In Improbability

Looking at the leaderboard for the World Golf Championships, HSBC Champions at the Sheshan International Golf Club, in Shanghai, China, it appears that the tournament has been distilled down to just three players: Italian, Francesco Molinari and Englishmen, Lee Westwood … Continue reading

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Ducks On The Water

Skimming the leaderboard at the WGC – HSBC Champions at the Sheshan International Golf Club in Shanghai, China, I was looking for a story that would make a difference. I noticed a couple of stellar rounds on the board by … Continue reading

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Tranquil Shanghai

One of the first things I noticed about the first round broadcast of the World Golf Championship – HSBC Champions at the Sheshan International Golf Club, in Shanghai, China, is that there was virtually no gallery there. Highly unusual for a … Continue reading

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The World Golf Championships

The what? The World Golf Championships. If you’re like most people, if Jay Leno accosted you in one of his patented “Jaywalking” segments on the Tonight Show where he stops people and asks them basic civics questions that they are … Continue reading

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You Can Actually See When They Start Thinking About It

We have been discussing in these posts the mindset required to play competitive golf at the highest level as a proxy for you to find your way to a better game. Or better anything, for that matter. Succinctly, a quiet … Continue reading

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The Tour Card Payoff

In a normal year, only two Nationwide players slide out of the top 25 at the completion of the Tour Championship and, of course, two take their place. The top 25 on the money list at the end of the … Continue reading

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