Tag Archives: Cochise

Tom Pernice Jr.: Why his Schwab Cup Championship victory matters

Did you see the Schwab Cup Championship Sunday? Played on the Cochise course at the Desert Mountain Club in Scottsdale, Arizona, it was a thriller. I was following the twosome of Jay Haas and Colin Montgomerie all day. I followed … Continue reading

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Charles Schwab Cup: A very challenging third round

After a bruising battle with course and weather conditions, Kenny Perry — tied for the lead in the Charles Schwab Cup at just 8-under with Tom Pernice on the Cochise course at Desert Mountain — stopped by the media room … Continue reading

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Jay Haas: Making the hard look easy

Jay Haas. So many flattering things have been said about him, the latest by fellow competitor, Michael Allen. Allen had just come off the Cochise course at Desert Mountain in Scottsdale, Arizona, with a nifty 4-under in the second round … Continue reading

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Schwab Cup: Wednesday Interviews

Well, the Champions Tour let it all fly with the interview schedule this afternoon at the Cochise course at Desert Mountain in Scottsdale, Arizona. We had: Colin Montgomerie Bernhard Langer Jay Haas Fred Couples The first three were scheduled for … Continue reading

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RIP, Jim Flick

The inevitable finally arrived on Monday; the great golf coach, Jim Flick, finally lost his battle with pancreatic cancer. He was 82. I worked with Jim for the last year and a half of my nine-year effort to qualify to … Continue reading

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Jay Hass: How to Shoot 60 Without Really Trying

Jay Haas had one of those “gifts from the golf gods” on Friday. In one of the easiest looking rounds of golf you would ever want to see, he managed to shoot a 60 in the second round of the … Continue reading

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Chasing Fireflies

I had a glorious day today. I got to play our Cochise course here at Desert Mountain, the course where the Champions Tour once played The Tradition, one of their majors, and where it will play this year’s Charles Schwab … Continue reading

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The Charles Schwab Cup

I don’t spend a lot of time writing about the Champions Tour which is odd given that I spent nine years of my life trying to qualify to play on it. Maybe it’s all about immersing yourself in something, giving … Continue reading

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