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Tim Petrovic: Flying blind all in a day’s work

Tim Petrovic was the last player into the field at the RBC Canadian Open. He just squeaked in as the eighth alternate and now he’s tied for the lead with Michael Putnam at 6-under par. They have a 1-shot lead … Continue reading

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Tiger Woods: Ever The Optimist

The Memorial Tournament at Muifield Village got off to a bang on Thursday. Charl Schwartzel seems to have gotten back in his championship groove. He shot 7-under 65 to lead by one. It all seems to have hinged on a … Continue reading

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New Orleans Horse Race

This may be the first Sunday of the year that we have no idea who’s going to win the week’s tournament. This week it happens to be the Zurich Classic of New Orleans and although the week started with some … Continue reading

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Kyle Stanley: Sophomore Slump

A year ago at the Farmers Insurance Open at Torrey Pines, Kyle Stanley had merely to play his layup shot into the par-5 18th, two-putt, and he would have his first PGA Tour victory. And so he did…play his layup … Continue reading

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Brandt Snedeker: The Champion Reflects Back, Patiently

Brandt Snedeker won in a playoff at the Farmers Insurance Open last year at Torrey Pines in La Jolla, California. It’s an idyllic course perched on the bluffs overlooking the Pacific Ocean (the one with the hang gliders floating serenely … Continue reading

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The Asian Swing (And The Grand Slam)

As the PGA Tour comes careening down the home stretch of a long season, we branch off for what Monty Python used to announce as, “And now for something completely different!” Different in this case is the tour taking a … Continue reading

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Scott Stallings Won: Why We Should Care

While most of the world was paying attention to the British Open last week, Scott Stallings was quietly notching his second win on the PGA Tour. The True South Classic at the Annandale Golf Club in Madison, Mississippi, was the … Continue reading

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The Most Exciting Masters Ever?

It is hard to remember a time when we stood on the brink of a more exciting Masters. This may be the one we never forget. First of all, we have the return of Tiger Woods to Masters’ form. Fresh … Continue reading

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PGA Tour Moves On To Riviera

The Northern Trust Open begins Thursday morning bright and early. Well, maybe bright is a bit of a stretch; the first tee time is 6:45 AM. They have to do that because they have 144 players in the field and … Continue reading

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Chicks Dig The Long Ball

I┬áhad an opportunity to watch a lot of Kyle Stanley’s golf game over the weekend. It began, of course, because of his flaming failure in La Jolla when his ball backed up into the the pond fronting the 18th green. … Continue reading

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