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Anthony Kim: Poster Boy For Lost

There once was a meteor and his name was Anthony Kim. Kim rushed onto the world stage of golf as a three-time All-American at Oklahoma (2004-2006) when he played on the victorious U.S. team in the 2005 Walker Cup along … Continue reading

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Fairytales

There’s an old saying in professional golf, “Every shot makes somebody happy.” And that pertains to fairytales too. The most seductive thing about watching professional golf is that there’s almost always a fairytale ending. You just never know whose fairytale … Continue reading

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Three Good Sunday Stories

The Women’s British Open There must be something in the German water all of a sudden. For years, the only German golfer any Americans knew was Bernhard Langer. In a distinguished career strung across the PGA Tour, the Ryder Cup … 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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