Monthly Archives: April 2011

Harbour Town Dartboard Picks

This is the fifth week of our little experiment to test the depth of field in PGA Tour events: how would a randomly selected slate of ten players match up against the ten experts at pgatour.com who attempt to pick … Continue reading

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Brother Can You Spare a Dime?

Everybody knew that the LPGA Tour was going to be slow coming out of the gate this year. The first two tournaments of the year didn’t kick off until mid-February. But even then, they were half a world away in … Continue reading

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Hard Fought Victory

Brendan Steele managed to get to 8-under par on the 7th hole yesterday in the heavy Texas winds of San Antonio. Better yet, he managed to par all the remaining holes to the clubhouse to win his first PGA Tour … Continue reading

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Fairy Tales

“Daddy! Daddy! Tell me a story!” We all love to be told stories. It’s the basis for our bedtime stories, our books, our movies and television shows, and even our music. We love a good story. The most recent pining … Continue reading

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Psychology Versus Ontology

Thinking versus being. In golf, I’ve had little use for psychology because, in the moment, you have to remember stuff. And in the swirl of high pressure situations, your mind doesn’t always work that well. Because I’ve seen so many … Continue reading

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Golf Cart Consciousness

In the third stop of my first foray into the world of Monday qualifying in Birmingham, Alabama, I got a chance to play with my first honest-to-God Tour pro. Actually two of them. Harry Toscano lost his card on the … Continue reading

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ICYMI – March 2011

Did the month get away from you? Did you miss some posts? Here are the ones from March that I think you wouldn’t have wanted to miss. It’s chronological from bottom to top. Accessing The Present – Once again more … Continue reading

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San Antonio Dartboard Picks

This is the fourth week of our little experiment to test the depth of field in PGA Tour events: how would a randomly selected slate of ten players match up against the ten experts at pgatour.com who attempt to pick … Continue reading

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He’ll Be Okay

Everyone I spoke to yesterday rolled their eyes in sympathy for Rory McIlroy and his complete collapse in the final round of the Masters. The feelings were as genuine for him as his anguish was after hitting his tee shot … Continue reading

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The Anatomy Of Collapse

I opened yesterday’s post summarizing what it’s like to be in the lead Saturday night: It’s lonely at the top. If he didn’t know that already, Rory McIlroy, the leader after three rounds at the Masters, will know it in … Continue reading

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