Monthly Archives: June 2008

A Random Rant

Two things are bugging me today that I just have to tell you about. The game is great we know but there are things about it that just make you want to give it a buried lie in a bunker … Continue reading

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Backspin

Just in case you’ve been wrapped up in Tiger is out for the year, what ever will we do without him hysteria, there’s a neat little story brewing in women’s golf. I know I have waved the Michelle Wie flag … Continue reading

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Mediation

Mediate: verb (mee–dee–eyt) def. to settle disputes as an intermediary between parties; to reconcile. If not for a couple of the most clutch putts in major championship history, both by His Tigerness on number 18, Rocco just might have mediated … Continue reading

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I’ve Been Russertized

The tragedy of Tim Russert’s death last week has flattened me. As a politics junky he was my Ruth, my Elvis, my Palmer. Sitting here half working, half watching the US Open playoff, I can’t help but think about how … Continue reading

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Early Father’s Day

In every year but this one, Father’s Day means playing golf unencumbered by church or brunch afterward. . It means an afternoon on the couch in front of the HD watching the Open unfold, missing maybe three swings and a … Continue reading

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iCountryClub

Why not? We have personalized everything these days with music, networking, movies, etc. Now, Sr. Editor for Travel at Golf Digest, Matt Ginella, brings us a personalized Country Club. Check it out here and add your Top 5. . Here’s … Continue reading

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Boys On Tour-Scotland Days 3 & 4

Moving down the coast from Nairn to Troon on Friday morning was bitter-sweet. We were leaving an incredibly beautiful part of Scotland to a place a little more shall we say “bitey.” I use that description with all respect. Although … Continue reading

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