Monthly Archives: July 2008

“Mancations”

Check out Matt Ginella’s BLOG for some great golf getaways…the Pinehurst package is especially attractive and at a pretty reasonable price considering the high cost of going abroad this year. Advertisements

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The Best Par Threes in Golf

This weeks golf is just like the time of year…the Dog Days.  The national championship of Canada is on…but nobody’s there.  The Evian Masters is OK but it ain’t the Safeway. This weeks best golf is the Sr. British Open…why?  … Continue reading

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The Most Underrated Things in Golf Part VII-Open Sunday

Royal Birkdale Not very long ago, before TIVO, the greatest invention since ED drugs by the way, the only time one could roll out of bed, walk the dog, fix a Starbucks, and watch live golf was this very day…Open … Continue reading

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In Pursuit of Ray Floyd’s Drivers License

Does anyone else wonder why Ray Floyd isn’t driving his own car?  Forgot how?  A couple run-ins with the Palm Beach Police?  Just curious.

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Open Time and The Barbs Are Flying

I didn’t really need another reason to think some tour players were, as a friend of mine would term,  “brown rings” but perusing the British Open stories this morning on Google News gave me one. The guys blasting Kenny Perry … Continue reading

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Things We Say To The G-Ball

Had a recent round where the golf ball was talked to and coerced into all sorts of places, good and bad.  It tickles me when I hear golfers talking to the ball…I am one of the worst. So for my … Continue reading

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