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Greg Chalmers’ gritty win over Adam Scott at the Australian PGA Championship

So you’re wondering where this morning’s post on the final results of the Franklin Templeton Shootout was, right? Well, I decided to flip on the Australian PGA Championship while I was looking through the Shootout transcripts for jewels and stumbled … Continue reading

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Jordan Spieth finds alternate universe, wins Aussie Open

When last we met, I was conveying the gritty determination of the leaders at the Emirates Australian Open when faced with Sunday’s forecast. The winds were going to be blowing 15 to 25, the greens were going to be dying … Continue reading

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McIlroy fades at the Australian Open

Remember all that stuff I wrote yesterday about the tricky winds and green runoffs and greens that were running about 12 at the Emirates Australian Open? Well, about the only thing that didn’t get worse for the players on Saturday … Continue reading

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Rory McIlroy: Why he’s the No. 1 player in the world

The second round of the Emirates Australian Open dawned with a lot of promise for Rory McIlroy. After a 2-under first round at the Australian Golf Club in Sydney that was a little edgy because of jet lag, he went … Continue reading

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Tiger Woods learns a lot on his first day back

Congressional Country Club was not in a very giving mood on Thursday. The best that the Quicken Loans National field could do was Aussie Greg Chalmers’ 5-under 66. He was followed by Ricky Barnes’ and Freddie Jacobson’s 4-under 67. And … Continue reading

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James Hahn: Dipping Into the Seve Ballesteros YouTube Library

The first round of the Valspar Championship at Innisbrook in Palm Harbor (Tampa), Florida, was a bit of a surprise to the players. Well, maybe more like a big surprise. The day dawned cold and blustery and many players were … Continue reading

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Tiger Woods Is Back

Oh, some will say that he’s not back until he wins again and he didn’t win the Australian Open. He bogeyed two easy holes on the back nine, one of them a par 5, and lost by two to Aussie, … Continue reading

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