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Rickie Fowler: Not Just a Frontrunner

As I implied in yesterday’s post, I followed Rickie Fowler again today gavel-to-gavel in the third round of the WGC-Accenture Match Play Championship in Tucson, Arizona. His opponent was none other than Sergio Garcia the sometimes enigmatic, sometimes mecurial and … Continue reading

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Rickie Fowler: New-Swing Giant Killer

The first time Rickie Fowler came into the Media Center at the WGC-Accenture Match Play Championship it was to fill us in on how he took down, “Mr. Match Play,” Ian Poulter. It was highly improbable that this would happen; … Continue reading

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Phil Mickelson: Anatomy of a Saved Round and Embarrassment

Sergio Garcia shot a tasty 64 in Saturday’s second round of the Deutsche Bank Championship at the TPC Boston. He has a one-stroke lead over second-year player Roberto Castro and a resurgent Henrik Stenson. But as is so often the … Continue reading

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David Lingmerth: Calm Warrior or Sitting Duck?

After a two hour weather delay on Saturday, the third round of the The Players Championship was called by darkness with eight players still on the TPC Sawgrass and led by Swede, David Lingmerth. A Web.com graduate, he leads a … Continue reading

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The Players Championship: The Sergio and Tiger Show

For those who appreciate “odd couple” pairings, we have a good one for Saturday’s third round at The Players Championship at the TPC Sawgrass in Ponte Vedra, Florida. That would be Sergio Garcia versus Tiger Woods. Sergio shot the low … Continue reading

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WGC-Championship: Tiger Woods Winning in Command

Tiger Woods did what he had to do to notch his 76th PGA Tour win in the WGC-Cadillac Championship at the TPC Blue Monster in Miami, Florida. He trails only Sam Snead who has 82. And the way he looked … Continue reading

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WGC-Cadillac Championship: The Star Power Continues to Light the Way

Friday, the leaderboard at the WGC-Cadillac Championship was the best one of the year, hands down. After two rounds, Tiger was at the top of the heap with G-Mac two strokes behind and Phil Mickelson and Steve Stricker T3 one … Continue reading

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The Education of Davis Love IV

“Dru” Love and his dad, Davis Love III won the PNC Father-Son Challenge at the Ritz-Carlton Golf Club in Orlando, Florida. (Dru, short for “quadruple” as in, IV, not quadruple bogey.) Dru made a 10-footer on 18 for birdie to … Continue reading

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Sergio Garcia: An Enigma Wrapped in a Golf Pro

The headline coming out of the DP World Tour Championship, Dubai, is that Rory McIlroy, Scot Marc Warren and Luke Donald are all tied for the lead at the halfway point. McIlroy overcame a bout of what he self-diagnosed as … Continue reading

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The Ryder Cup: Playing Like It’s Going to Happen

The European team beat a very tough U.S. team, 14 1/2 to 13 1/2 to retain the Ryder Cup…again. If you read the American transcripts, it’s all about the other guy making a lot of crucial putts…or knocking in improbable … Continue reading

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