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Last Thoughts on the RBC Heritage

There was one other observation I wanted to add to yesterday’s post on Carl Pettersson’s victory at Harbour Town. In writing Sunday’s piece on Colt Knost and how everything seemed to be setting up nicely for his first win, I … Continue reading

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Rushing Through the Moment

Carl Pettersson won the RBC Heritage at Harbour Town Golf Links in Hilton Head, South Carolina. And he won it going away. He was only 2-under on the day, but he knocked out three early birdies that pretty much inoculated … Continue reading

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Colt Knost: In Contention at Harbour Town

Aside from winning on Sunday, the most important thing to a Tour pro is to be in contention on Saturday night. You have to be in the hunt to have a chance to be in the winner’s circle. And the … Continue reading

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Colt Knost: The Apprenticeship of a PGA Tour Pro

There is a certain level of expectations for amateur phenoms when they finally turn pro. Because they were so good at the amateur level, the common thinking is that they’ll just walk right out onto the PGA Tour and do … Continue reading

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Harbour Town: Anatomy of a Great Course

Harbour Town Golf Links, site of the RBC Heritage, has been on the PGA Tour rota long enough – 43 years – that its idiosyncrasies are very well known to the players. It has evolved in their minds into a … Continue reading

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