Tag Archives: Bud Cauley

Arjun Atwal: No Good Comes From Being Too Technical

After earning his card at the end of 2003, Arjun Atwal finally won his first PGA Tour event at the 2010 Wyndham Championship in Greensboro. He was the first player from India to do so and it couldn’t have come … Continue reading

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Greensboro Shootout

On Sunday morning there’s going to be nine guys feeling like cats in a room full of rocking chairs. Why? Because that’s how many players are within three shots of the lead at the Wyndham Championship at the Sedgefield Country … Continue reading

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Why I Love The PGA Tour

The PGA Tour continues to surprise us. Just about the time you think the story will write itself with glowing narratives about our week-to-week top players, somebody comes out of nowhere to amaze us with their skill. In today’s first … Continue reading

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Wisdom Can Have A Young Face

After his round Sunday in the Frys.com Open, newly-minted pro, Bud Cauley was asked about the difference between his three amateur years at the University of Alabama and being able to play in the eight events he received sponsor’s exemptions … Continue reading

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Satisfying Endings

Canadian Adam Hadwin didn’t win the RBC Canadian Open Sunday. But he looked good trying and probably proved a lot to himself in the process. With the hopes of a nation on his shoulders, he set off on the Shaughnessy … Continue reading

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Home Boy

Something really exceptional could happen at the RBC Canadian Open today: a Canadian could win. It’s exceptional because nobody’s done it since Pat Fletcher managed it back in 1954. Just to do the math for you, that was 57 years … Continue reading

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