Monthly Archives: August 2006

As egregious an error that perhaps has ever been thrust on tournament golf, Stewart Cink, Jim Furyk , and the other 100 or so players in the Bridgestone Invitational took place this week. As we all know by now Tiger … Continue reading

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While We Are in Chicago

Apparently the latest 100 Best Public Courses ranking is out in Golf Magazine’s September issue. I say apparently because the last time I read GM I developed a fairly nasty skin rash…c’mon lighten up…that’s a joke. The subject of my … Continue reading

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A Wie Word from His Ownself

Ahhh…an agreeable voice. OK, so The Legend didn’t predict that Michelle Wie would win the Masters in the next 10 years as I did last year. My excuse is I was in an unfamiliar place, a land foreign to me … Continue reading

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Read a Real Writer…

Opening up golfdigest.com this morning there was a terrific article by Tim Rosaforte on at least part of the subject of The PGA Championship post below. Tim’s writing (and commentary) is always sharp…but it was so nice to read what … Continue reading

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The Golf Pro Diaries: Medinah and Major Guys

The question always comes up between golfers doesn’t it?“What’s your Top 10?” My answer always includes Medinah #3. I put it third behind Pinehurst #2 and Royal TroonJudging golf courses is purely subjective…so you can put your list together and … Continue reading

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And Another One Gone…

Another sport bit the dust this week when it was reported that Floyd Landis might have cheated in taking home the Tour de France, one of the most important sporting events in the world. “D Dubbya, what do you think … Continue reading

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