Tag Archives: K.J. Choi

Nobody’s Afraid Anymore

At least out on the leading frontiers of the PGA Tour. Did you see what those guys did to Aronimink yesterday at the AT&T National? Aronimink, the storied Donald Ross design that had been updated for the modern game. Aronimink, … Continue reading

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Stoic? Not So Much

Watching Korean, K.J. Choi make his way around the TPC Sawgrass to win The Players Championship last week, I was struck once again by what a stoic the man is. His Tour nickname is “Tank” presumably because he was a … Continue reading

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The Prince And The Jackals

It’s lonely at the top. If he didn’t know that already, Rory McIlroy, the leader after three rounds at the Masters in Augusta, Georgia, will soon know it in his very competitive bones in a way that he will never … Continue reading

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Moving Day at Augusta

In yesterday’s post, “Playing With A Blank Slate,” I closed by wondering if the two leaders, Rory McIlroy and Alvaro Quiros would be able to continue playing with a blank slate mindset or would they “start thinking about it.” It’s … Continue reading

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