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Tuesday Scenes From the Waste Management Phoenix Open

John Huh was testing driver shafts on the range. It can be a tedious affair; one drive after another launched into orbit. His swing was so precise, the tee barely moved. His caddie would roll another ball over to him, … Continue reading

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Tiger Woods: In the Driver’s Seat Again

Four guys tied for low round of the day. Unfortunately, for the rest of the field, one of them was Tiger Woods. Tiger reeled off a 6-under 66 like it was nobody’s business and went from a four-shot deficit from … Continue reading

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“Never Give a Inch”

“Never Give a Inch.” So says the iconic Henry Stamper, patriarch of the Oregon logging family in Ken Kesey’s seminal novel, “Sometimes a Great Notion.” In those four words he summed up the tenacious spirit that frequently expresses itself in … Continue reading

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Ben Curtis: A Long Time Coming

Ben Curtis first broke into the winner’s circle when he won the 2003 British Open and the five-year exemption that came with it. But he didn’t need all five years because he won two more in 2006, the Booz Allen … Continue reading

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