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End of the Year Recap

by Jeff Skinner Over the past year I’ve had a chance to write and rant on plenty of subjects. Looking back, I have had a real ball this year. So here’s a recap of some of my favorite spots from October, November and December 2009. Yes, December is a Tiger heavy month but just like the golf course, he dominated the tabloids to. Probably my most embarrassing piece was “Thank God it’s Tiger” where I explained how lucky we were… Continue Reading

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2009 Recap…August & September

by Jeff Skinner Over the past year I’ve had a chance to write and rant on plenty of subjects. Looking back, I have had a real ball this year. So here’s a recap of some of my favorite spots from August and September 2009, some were spot on and some were way out there…but they all were fun. Right in the middle of another one of John Daly’s comebacks he lost it again and was ready to quit golf, but… Continue Reading

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2009 Recap…June and July

by Jeff Skinner Over the past year I’ve had a chance to write and rant on plenty of subjects. Looking back, I have had a real ball this year. So here’s a recap of some of my favorite spots from June and July 2009, some were spot on and some were way out there…but they all were fun. June and July are wonderful months for golf, The Memorial, The US Open and The Open Championship highlight the most exciting period… Continue Reading

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2009 Recap…Continued

by Jeff Skinner Over the past year I’ve had a chance to write and rant on plenty of subjects. Looking back, I have had a real ball this year. So here’s a recap of some of my favorite spots from April and May 2009, some were spot on and some were way out there…but they all were fun. The Masters always dominates spring golf and this year was no different. We recapped “The Greatest Masters Ever”, Jack’s 1986 win and… Continue Reading

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Great Stuff From 2009

by Jeff Skinner Over the past year I’ve had a chance to write and rant on plenty of subjects. Looking back, I have had a real ball this year. So here’s a recap of some of my favorite spots from February and March 2009, some were spot on and some were way out there…but they all were fun. Links Life Golf profiled two 2009 rookies, Stacy Lewis and Webb Simpson. We followed their success all season. Stacy Lewis is the… Continue Reading

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Happy Holidays and Some Old Stuff

by Jeff Skinner Happy Holidays Over the past year I’ve had a chance to write and rant on plenty of subjects. Looking back, I have had a real ball this year. So here’s a recap of some of my favorite spots from 2009, some were spot on and some were way out there…but they all were fun. I asked President Obama to Pass the Golfer’s Bill of Rights. If you’re a real sports fan, you have to appreciate the beauty… Continue Reading

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Tiger Takes a Few More Blows

by Jeff Skinner There is more news to digest in the Tiger-Gate mess and it just keeps getting deeper. It seems that Tiger has been dealt another blow in his public relations meltdown. Golf Digest has announced that it will be suspending its Tiger Woods column while he is on his hiatus from golf. It can be understood that while Woods is away from golf his column will be silent, but couple that with Accenture and Gillette’s pull back from… Continue Reading

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A New List for Tiger

Holiday Cheer to All! As Andy Williams sings, “It’s the Most Wonderful Time of the Year” and we here at Links Life Golf are full of joy and maybe a little too full of holiday spirits. After consulting with our holiday advisers, Jose Cuervo and Captain Morgan, we present to you a compilation of potential “Tiger Girls.” Who knows what the final number of conquests will be when it all plays out and Tiger has sent his last hush money… Continue Reading

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Tiger: “What Happened?”

by Jeff Skinner There are only a few golf writers that have had access to Tiger Woods like Jaime Diaz has. Through their mutual association with Golf Digest, Diaz has interviewed Woods at season’s end for the past eight years. This year there is no interview, only a piece by Diaz that asks the question we all are wondering, “What Happened?” Diaz offers his experienced insights into how Tiger finds himself in his current dilemma and is sure he’ll come… Continue Reading

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