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Northern Trust Open: The Disappointment and Joy of Golf

Sang-Moon Bae has the 36-hole lead in the 2014 Northern Trust Open at the Riviera Country Club in Los Angeles. He shot 67, 66, to get to 9-under and a one shot lead. But this wasn’t the first time he … Continue reading

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Do You Remember Freddie Couples? So Does He

There’s a great story coming out of the second round of the Masters this year, but it seems like a story from another time. Like, say, twenty years ago. Fred Couples is tied for the lead, giving us a glimpse … Continue reading

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The Mentor and the Apprentice

There are a number of great stories at the top of the leaderboard at the Northern Trust Open at Riviera Country Club: Pat Perez ties for the low round of the tournament Friday, hangs on with a 1-under Saturday and … Continue reading

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PGA Tour Moves On To Riviera

The Northern Trust Open begins Thursday morning bright and early. Well, maybe bright is a bit of a stretch; the first tee time is 6:45 AM. They have to do that because they have 144 players in the field and … Continue reading

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Making A Big Splash

Improbably, Bill Haas came out of nowhere Sunday at East Lake Golf Club in Atlanta, Georgia, to win the Tour Championship and the FedExCup all in one fell swoop…and as we’ve been discussing, the $11.44 million that goes with them. … Continue reading

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The $10 Million Payday

Today is finally the day. The winner of the FedExCup will be determined by the end of the day and all of the player anticipation, restless nights and dreams will be put to rest. They say they’re not thinking about … Continue reading

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Before We Move On

Since Sunday’s “biggest” news at the WGC-Bridgestone seemed to revolve around Steve Williams vindication in the wake of his firing by Tiger Woods, yesterday’s post was about the ego ramifications of all of that and how that sort of thing … 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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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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