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Rickie Fowler: The Cowboy Lassos a Win

Rickie Fowler left Oklahoma State after just two years, but he will be forever known as a Cowboy. So insinuated in and with such affinity for one of the best college golf programs in the land, his trademark has become … Continue reading

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Wells Fargo Championship: 54 Holes Down, 18 to Go

At one point late in Saturday’s third round at the Wells Fargo Championship, there were five guys tied for the lead at 13-under par. There were a couple of low rounds for the day, but for the most part, the … Continue reading

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People Have No Idea

About three years into my Monday qualifying days on the Champions Tour, I got some insight on the cluelessness that many amateurs have about the competitive abilities of professional golfers. I was on the practice putting green at the White Columns … Continue reading

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Psychology Versus Ontology

Thinking versus being. In golf, I’ve had little use for psychology because, in the moment, you have to remember stuff. And in the swirl of high pressure situations, your mind doesn’t always work that well. Because I’ve seen so many … Continue reading

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