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Jordan Spieth: On being “clutch”…and “choking”

Jordan Spieth traveled cross town from his home in Dallas to the Colonial Country Club in Fort Worth, home of the Crowne Plaza Invitational at Colonial. Interestingly, this swing on the Tour normally begins in Dallas with the Byron Nelson … Continue reading

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An academic look at choking on the 18th green

I don’t much like the term “choking” to define failure in sports although almost everybody does. It has come to be accusatory and an attempt to diminish the poor dolt who missed, whether it’s a putt, a free throw or … Continue reading

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I was skimming up my Twitter timeline Sunday afternoon looking for something to add to my post about the LPGA Tour finish. Suddenly, I came across a tweet from a PGA Tour player: Choke! Since I’d just watched Amy Yang miss … Continue reading

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