Tag Archives: John Senden

You Get Better By Working At It

In yesterday’s post, “Sticking To Your Guns,” I wrote about how John Senden had been on a search for freedom in his game, that yesterday wasn’t a good day, but that he was committed to keep working towards that end … Continue reading

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Sticking To Your Guns

Yesterday I devoted basically my entire post to Aussie, John Senden, and his incredible post-round interview after the second round of the WGC-Accenture Match Play Championship. In it, he spoke about how he saw his career flashing before his eyes … Continue reading

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When All Else Fails, Choose Freedom

The main story at Thursday’s second round matches at the WGC-Accenture Match Play Championship at the Ritz-Carlton Golf Club, Dove Valley in Marana, Arizona, is that Tiger Woods didn’t get through to Day 3, while Rory McIlroy and Lee Westwood did. I’ll have … 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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Where Have You Gone, Joe DiMaggio?

It is hard to imagine how the best player in the world can spend two years rehabilitating his swing, play the first two rounds of the Australian Open in Sydney seemingly flawlessly—even though he did make two bogeys—to lead the … Continue reading

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Two Great Tournaments, Two Great Results

We had the pleasure this weekend of seeing two great champions turn in great performances under pressure, Lexi Thompson in the LPGA event and Justin Rose in the PGA Tour event. And because Thompson turned in a jaw-dropping, record-breaking performance, we … Continue reading

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A Worthy Temptation

Unfortunately, the LPGA Tour is going head to head with the PGA Tour today. Unfortunate because 16-year-old Lexi Thompson is getting a second chance to become the youngest winner on the LPGA Tour, stealing Paula Creamer’s record by over two … Continue reading

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