Monthly Archives: December 2010

Integrity

During my second round at my second year at Q-School, I took a drop from a hazard that got me disqualified. Actually, I disqualified myself. But it was a long drawn out affair. It was one of those esoteric situations … Continue reading

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Most Bang For The Buck

Everybody knows that if you want to get better in golf at the margin, you have to work on your short game. Why? To clean up the messes when you miss a green, of course. But that’s just the obvious reason. There … Continue reading

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Two Standard Deviations

Okay, do all you statistic’s slackers remember what that is? Say you had this little manufacturing company that made small metal parts to specifications. And that you had to get out little precision micrometers just to make sure that they … Continue reading

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Mind Meld

I have alluded before to the problem that the Asian players are having, not so much in assimilating in the LPGA Tour, but in the American culture. While they are machine-like masters on the golf course, they are inscrutable stoics … Continue reading

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Jumping Off A Cliff

Doug Ferguson, in his story, “Waldman Leaves Villegas’ Bag for Nationwide Tour,” writes in, Golf Week: After eight years as a caddie, Brett Waldman needs one himself now. The caddie for Camilo Villegas said Wednesday he will play the Nationwide … Continue reading

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The ICYMI Page

Staring across the vast wilderness between today to the next PGA Tour event, the Hyundai Tournament of Champions, in Kapalua (Maui), Hawaii, on January 6th, I wondered what I would use as a catalyst for my daily posts. I’m still … Continue reading

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Where Does All The Wisdom Go?

I came across an article in the January 2011 issue of Golf Digest, titled, “Make Golf More Fun.” It was, well, fun. Eighteen of the Golf Digest editors and contributors came up with eighteen ways to make golf more fun. … Continue reading

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Apple Of My Eye

If Australian, Stuart Appleby, wasn’t necessarily a member of the PGA Tour’s most-vaunted royalty, he was definitely one of the crown princes. But he fell from grace through bad play. He fell to 137th on the money list at the end … Continue reading

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The Yo-Yo

Sometimes the ups and downs of life get to you. Take, for example, Lee Westwood, the current #1 player in the world. Now things are rosy. But it wasn’t always that way. In 2000, he was the #4 player in … Continue reading

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Another Step Along The Path

Being a full-service blog, just a brief post to follow-up on yesterday’s post on Carling Coffing, the winner of the Golf Channel’s, Big Break Sandals. When last we looked, she was holding her own in this week’s Omega Dubai Ladies … Continue reading

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