Monthly Archives: September 2008

Read The Best

Do yourself a favor and read John Hawkin’s account of The Ryder Cup in this weeks Golf World.  I know I’m biased but this guy could give the rest of the field three a side and none would see the 16th … Continue reading

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The Cup Is Back

The Ryder Cup is back and I don’t mean on this side of the Atlantic…although that’s cool.  If the US would have stunk it up this year we would be watching the replay of Oklahoma-Nebraska 1978 on ESPN Classic two … Continue reading

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Tips From a Roadman

“And would you like the key to the mini-bar Mr. Hall?”  Yes, of course, and thank you. Ever wonder why a Heineken is $5.50 and a bag of almonds is $3.00 in your favorite golf hotel’s mini-bar?  It’s because of … Continue reading

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Phew…I thought it was suspicious!

Burning golf body not suspicious BBC News     Detectives investigating the discovery of a burning body at Carnoustie Golf Links in Angus have confirmed there are no apparent suspicious circumstances. Greenkeepers in Carnoustie found the smoldering body near the 11th … Continue reading

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Big Pine’s Thoughts On Golf – Sunday

“Counting on your opponent to inform you when he breaks a rule is like expecting him to make fun of his own haircut”

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Hannah II- A Tribute

Last night the forecast was dour…Tropical Storm Hannah was headed at us and may have become Hurricane Hannah when she arrived.  The generator gassed up, bottled water, and batteries at the ready. My beautiful wife Audrey was headed out for … Continue reading

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Big Pine’s Thoughts On Golf-Saturday

Since bad shots come in groups of three, a fourth bad shot is actually the beginning of the next group of three.

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