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Rory McIlroy: Wins Aussie Open On a Faulty Pitch Shot

Sitting on a one-stroke lead in the Emerites Australian Open, Adam Scott tried to hit a definitive approach shot into 18. And he did. It was a beautiful shot, right on line and hit just short of the hole. But … Continue reading

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Scott and McIlroy: Masterful Damage Control in the Aussie Open

Adam Scott descended into mediocrity a couple of times during the third round of the Emerites Australian Open. Just like the rest of us, when he got into the meat of the round, he couldn’t hit a fairway. Now that’s … Continue reading

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Adam Scott: Still Cruising at the Australian Open

Thursday at the Emirates Australian Open was a walk in the park for Adam Scott. He shot 62 without a blemish on the card. It was yet another of his increasingly frequent “ho-hum” rounds and just as frequently delivered while … Continue reading

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Don’t Think of Them as Old

Charles Howell III and Rory Sabbatini played fantastic golf in the third and final round of the Franklin Templeton Shootout at the Tiburon Golf Club in Naples, Florida. In that scramble format they shot 57. It was the low score … Continue reading

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Tiger Woods Is Back

Oh, some will say that he’s not back until he wins again and he didn’t win the Australian Open. He bogeyed two easy holes on the back nine, one of them a par 5, and lost by two to Aussie, … Continue reading

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Where Have You Gone, Joe DiMaggio?

It is hard to imagine how the best player in the world can spend two years rehabilitating his swing, play the first two rounds of the Australian Open in Sydney seemingly flawlessly—even though he did make two bogeys—to lead the … Continue reading

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People Are So Kind

The big news in the world of golf is that Tiger Woods has a one-shot lead in the Australian Open in Sydney after shooting an impressive 5-under 67 to go with his steady 68 Thursday. As I joked yesterday, the … Continue reading

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The Australian Open Kickoff

In the first round of the Tiger Woods Open, also known as the Australian Open, it’s fair to say that not too many people were betting that Tiger would shoot a low number. Oh, they might have thought that his … Continue reading

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The Australian Open

The Australian Open in Sidney, Australia, begins Wednesday night our time and is bolstered this year by the Presidents Cup players who are using it for a tune-up for next week’s Cup matches. It’s being played in Melbourne at Royal … Continue reading

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