Monthly Archives: August 2013

Ben Crenshaw: Putting and Course Design Artist

Ben Crenshaw has long been known as one of the best putters in the game. The pace and flow of his stroke was mesmerizing. And the results were tantalizing; everybody wanted to putt like Ben. He had a putting video … Continue reading

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Patrick and Justine Reed: One of the Best Stories in Golf

Patrick Reed finally won his first PGA Tour event at the Wyndham Championship at Sedgefield Country Club in Greensboro, North Carolina. The last tournament of the PGA Tour regular season, it couldn’t have come at a better time. 

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Solheim Cup: The European Transformation is Complete

Sunday, with the Americans in dire straights down 10½ – 5½, I wrote that the Europeans were either going to coast to victory or the Americans were going to turn their dreams to toast. Well, I was wrong. The Europeans … Continue reading

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Solheim Cup: A Final Day Coaster or a Toaster

Things were looking fairly competitive in the 2013 Solheim Cup after Saturday morning’s Foursomes. The Americans caught up to be just one point behind the Europeans, 6½ – 5½ and momentum was going their way. But as John Lennon once … Continue reading

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Solheim Cup: Europe Leads 5-3 After One…Rules Imbroglio

In a day of significant surprises, Team Europe edged out to a 5-3 lead over the Americans after Friday’s matches. Two big surprises from the morning Foursomes were Stacy Lewis not playing well, but her partner Lizette Salas playing very … Continue reading

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2013 Solheim Cup: Day 1

Captains Meg Mallon for the Americans and Liselotte Neumann for the Europeans have put together some very satisfying pairings for the morning Foursomes (alternate shot). It’s a good mix of 12 veterans and 4 rookies among the 16 players. All … Continue reading

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Wyndham Championship: The End of the 2013 Regular Season

Believe it or not, the Wyndham Championship at Sedgefield Country Club in Greensboro, North Carolina, is the last regular season event of 2013. This is the one that will determine who will get to keep their cards (top 125 in … Continue reading

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Tiger Woods on Sports Psychologists

In Tuesday’s media session at the 2013 PGA Championship at Oak Hill, in Rochester, New York, Tiger Woods was asked one of the more interesting questions he’s been asked in a long time. And appropriately, he gave it his full … Continue reading

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What I Would Have Done Differently

I received a comment from a reader who happens to be a club pro in the Midwest: Bill. I was going back and reading some older articles on your site and came upon your [Jack Nicklaus: Mastery Interview].  My question … Continue reading

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Jason Dufner: Sandbags the Field at the PGA Championship

He looks so unassuming, Jason Dufner does. There’s all of this commotion about “Dufnering,” his semi-comatose, seated pose, arms close to his sides, that makes him look like he’s in some sort of restraints and drugged. It got started with … Continue reading

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