Tag Archives: Dr. Bob Rotella

Robert Garrigus: The answer isn’t always in swing mechanics

The first round of the Travelers Championship is in the books with Bubba Watson comfortably ensconced in first place after a nifty 8-under 62…that included a bogey. How good is this guy playing? He has a 2-shot lead over a … Continue reading

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Padraig Harrington: Introspective thoughts on winning

Padraig Harrington won the Honda Classic in a 2-hole playoff over rookie, Daniel Berger. Afterward, he had a long, rambling interview — he’s very smart, thoughtful and willing — that touched on so many parts of his day. But the … Continue reading

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Padraig Harrington: Self-Aware, Inquisitive and Charming

Padraig Harrington is known for his prolific, thoughtful answers to just about any question you ask him. And because there are so many pearls in his answers, almost all of the following is in his own words: He is playing … Continue reading

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Ryann O’Toole: It Worked Yesterday, Why Not Today?

Thursday Ryann O’Toole had a good thing going at the Wegmans LPGA Championship. At the difficult Locust Hill Country Club in Pittsford, New York, she was 2-under through four holes and 3-under at the turn. She bogeyed her 10th and … Continue reading

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I Fear For Darren

Darren Clarke, that is. Clarke is the affable Northern Irishman who leads this year’s British Open at Royal St. George’s in Sandwich, England, by one stroke after 54 holes. What he accomplished Saturday was nothing short of spectacular. In howling … Continue reading

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