Monthly Archives: July 2011

In His Own Words

Yesterday I wrote about Mike Weir returning to the Stack and Tilt swing method and how it was, as much as anything, a matter of diminished consciousness about his swing than it was any devotion to that idiosyncratic method. He … Continue reading

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Wandering In The Desert

Roger Schiffman, writing in the Golf Digest Instruction Blog, reports that Canadian Mike Weir has decided to return to the Stack and Tilt swing method. Weir sort of came out of the woodwork of the Tour’s high-level players when he … Continue reading

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Canadian Open Dartboard Picks

Our ongoing little experiment to test the depth of the fields in PGA Tour events continues: how would a randomly selected slate of ten players match up against the ten experts at pgatour.com who attempt to pick the winner each … Continue reading

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Paying Attention to Heartbeats

Chris Kirk is the latest newly-minted PGA Tour winner. While all the big stars were over in England leaning in to the worst summer weather the North Sea could visit upon Royal St. George’s, the remainder of the Tour was … Continue reading

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When It’s Your Time

There were at least two times during Darren Clarke’s winning final round at this year’s British Open at Royal St. Georges in Sandwich, England, that I knew I didn’t have to worry about him anymore. It was just his time. The … Continue reading

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I Fear For Darren

Darren Clarke, that is. Clarke is the affable Northern Irishman who leads this year’s British Open at Royal St. George’s in Sandwich, England, by one stroke after 54 holes. What he accomplished Saturday was nothing short of spectacular. In howling … Continue reading

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The Wide Open Open

What do all of these top 50 players in the world have in common? Luke Donald (1) Lee Westwood (2) Matt Kuchar (7) Graeme McDowell (9) Nick Watney (10) Ian Poulter (16) Robert Karlsson (18) Hunter Mahan (20) Francesco Molinari … Continue reading

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A Study In Sainthood

I’ve written about patience before in anticipation of this year’s U.S. Open. So it’s a real high wire act. On the one hand, all of your competitive instincts scream at you to go after those birdies, “Go for it!” But … Continue reading

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Old Business

The ladies put on such a great show at the U.S. Women’s Open last weekend that the finish of the John Deere Classic got crowded out. And while investing so much attention in the ladies allowed us to finally see … Continue reading

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British Open Dartboard Picks

Our ongoing little experiment to test the depth of the fields in PGA Tour events continues: how would a randomly selected slate of ten players match up against the ten experts at pgatour.com who attempt to pick the winner each … Continue reading

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