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Appearance Fees

Here’s something that surprised me. According to “Tour Confidential” at Golf.com: CBS Sports published a story this week claiming that Tiger received $1.5 million and Phil $1 million in indirect payments or de facto appearance fees, which are supposed to … Continue reading

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Na Yeon Choi and Ted Potter, Jr: Winners

Na Yeon Choi, “A Great Player, Gentle Company,” won the U.S. Women’s Open by four strokes while all of her immediate threats after 54 holes fell harmlessly away. And the only reason it wasn’t five strokes was because she made … Continue reading

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A Tale of Two Tournaments

There is a very interesting dynamic going on between the PGA Tour’s Greenbriar Classic in White Sulphur Springs, West Virginia and the U.S. Women’s Open at Blackwolf Run in Kohler, Wisconsin. On the one hand, the men are pretty much … Continue reading

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The Greenbriar and the Women’s Open: Too Much Material!

“I hit a good drive up there and hit it to about 15 feet, and first hole of the day, gave that putt a good run, missed it a touch and rolled three feet by and I missed a three-footer. … Continue reading

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The Greenbriar: Hot Ticket After Just Three Years

The Greenbriar resort in White Sulpher Springs, West Virginia, was bought out of bankruptcy in 2009 by Jim Justice. The resort was Sam Snead’s home course forever and Justice is a West Virginia billionaire who owns a company with coal … Continue reading

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