Monthly Archives: December 2010

You Just Never Know When

Carling Coffing was the winner of Big Break Sandals, the last all-ladies show they did two shows ago. There was something about her competent precociousness that made her an endearing character. And she was an amazing clutch putter. She was … Continue reading

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This may seem to be off topic, but it really isn’t. I have some friends who are having very tough times right now. Very tough. And I came across something on Twitter yesterday that I thought would not only give … Continue reading

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Things Are Still Cookin’

There seemed to be a certain finality to the year’s professional golf events what with Tiger’s event over the weekend and the PGA Tour Q-School which ended Monday. Not so. Here are three interesting offerings coming up this week. LPGA … Continue reading

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It Was The Best Of Times…

…It was the worst of times. And so it goes at the PGA Tour Q-School, this year played at the Orange County National Golf Center and Lodge in Orlando, Florida. In 1997, Charlie Rymer, the Golf Channel commentator, experienced the … Continue reading

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Tiger By The Tail

That’s what U.S. Open Champion, Graeme McDowell, managed to accomplish today. Paired in the final round with Tiger in his tournament, the Chevron World Challenge at the Sherwood Country Club in Thousand Oaks, California, McDowell made up all four strokes … Continue reading

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Fait Accompli?

Mano a Mano Tiger’s tournament, the Chevron World Challenge at the Sherwood Country Club in Thousand Oaks, California, comes down to just two guys, Tiger and Graeme McDowell. Both of them shot 68 today, giving Tiger a 4-shot lead over … Continue reading

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What To Watch

The King and the Knaves? Looking around for what to watch this weekend, Tiger’s tournament, the Chevron World Challenge at the Sherwood Country Club in Thousand Oaks, California, has to be at the top of the list. Tiger is playing … Continue reading

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Deep In Thought

One of the things I enjoyed about my solitary travels chasing a spot on the Champions Tour was driving. I flew to each tournament, but sometimes there was a chance at consolidation. In Florida, for example, I would fly into … Continue reading

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Dueling Millions

This is that weekend when all the hard work to become an elite player on the world stage pays off. There are two, limited-field events that begin today: the 12-man field in the Nedbank Golf Challenge in Sun City, South … Continue reading

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So Many Stories

In March of 1996, Paul Stankowski got into the BellSouth Classic in Atlanta as the sixth alternate. He won his first PGA Tour tournament in a playoff with the formidable, Fred Couples. He came out of nowhere. This was very … Continue reading

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