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Phil Mickelson’s thoughts on Tiger’s dire short game problems

If it’s Thursday, it must be the start of another PGA Tour tournament, this week, the Farmers Insurance Open at Torrey Pines Golf Course in La Jolla, California, a northern suburb of San Diego. They will be playing both courses, … Continue reading

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Tommy “Two Gloves” Gainey: PGA Tour Winner

Tommy Gainey went from being a Carolina money game hustler, a winner of the Golf Channel’s Big Break and a mini-tour king on a bunch of tours, to the only other thing in the world of golf he wanted more: … Continue reading

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AT&T National at Congressional: Smokin’ Hot

Hunter Mahan had a manly round in the stifling heat at Congressional Country Club in Bethesda, Maryland. The boys expected Friday’s second round of the AT&T National to be oppressive, but it was worse than that. And in that heat, … Continue reading

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The Australian Open

The Australian Open in Sidney, Australia, begins Wednesday night our time and is bolstered this year by the Presidents Cup players who are using it for a tune-up for next week’s Cup matches. It’s being played in Melbourne at Royal … Continue reading

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Sergio’s Long Winter Nears The End

This didn’t get a lot of ink last weekend because it happened on the European Tour, but Sergio Garcia had a spectacular win in the Castello Masters. He romped around the Club de Campo del Mediterraneo in Castellon, Valencia, Spain. … Continue reading

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The Fall Series – Keeping Your Card

Now that the playoffs are over and the Tour Championship and FedExCup have been decided—Bill Haas won both—we turn to the guys who weren’t fortunate enough to be operating in the ether of the playoffs, the guys further down the … Continue reading

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John Daly

I was searching around for something interesting to write about last night when I came across this post by Joe Posnanski from Sports Illustrated writing at Golf.com: “Love him or loathe him, John Daly has been vital to the game.” … Continue reading

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Satisfying Endings

Canadian Adam Hadwin didn’t win the RBC Canadian Open Sunday. But he looked good trying and probably proved a lot to himself in the process. With the hopes of a nation on his shoulders, he set off on the Shaughnessy … Continue reading

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Home Boy

Something really exceptional could happen at the RBC Canadian Open today: a Canadian could win. It’s exceptional because nobody’s done it since Pat Fletcher managed it back in 1954. Just to do the math for you, that was 57 years … Continue reading

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