Tag Archives: Jerry Kelly

Jimmy Walker Goes Two For Six at the Sony Open

In his sixth start of the year, Jimmy Walker “validated” that he is a winner at the Sony Open in Hawaii. It was a great accomplishment to break through to his first career win at this year’s Frys.com Open, the … Continue reading

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Graeme McDowell: Wisdom From the RBC Heritage

Graeme McDowell played a spectacular 2-under round of golf in Sunday’s final round of the RBC Heritage; it was one of just three and they were the low rounds of the day. He beat Webb Simpson, who was playing in … Continue reading

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Torrey Pines: Playing Like a Kid

As everybody probably knows, the third round of the Farmers Insurance Open at Torrey Pines was obliterated by a fog bank that just would not go away. And it teased all day long. At one point, the first group went … Continue reading

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Jerry Kelly: On Music and the Golf Swing

I came across this today at Golf.com and it was just too quirky to pass up. As a one-time inveterate practicer in my previous incarnation as a Monday qualifier on the Champions Tour, I would hit balls, not by the … Continue reading

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The Shark Shootout

I didn’t write about Greg Norman’s Shootout on a timely basis because I felt that the European Tour’s Dubai World Championship was, in fact, a tour championship and thus warranted all the attention I gave it. And in the end, … Continue reading

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Exceptions

My wife and I once took a five-day mastery workshop that emphatically taught me the value of impeccability, but in a very unusual way: cleaning my room every day. It wasn’t a toothbrush-on-the-grout kind of thing, it was more a … Continue reading

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So Long, Tiger

The big story coming out of Friday’s second round at the PGA Championship played at the Atlanta Athletic Club in Johns Creek, Georgia, is that Tiger Woods is done for the rest of the year. He backed up his 7-over … Continue reading

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The Big Story

There’s supposed to be one big story that’s the lede for any post. Well here’s the lede for this one about the first round of the PGA Championship: there is no one big story. There are at least three, four … Continue reading

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