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Chip Shots From The Links

by Jeff Skinner Chip Shots… Webb Simpson is a good, young second year player on The PGA Tour. His caddy is his childhood friend, William Kane and the two are extremely close and both have a deep faith that they are proud of.  That faith is being put to the test as Kane has been diagnosed with a neurological condition that is sapping his strength and making everyday life a chore.  Jim McCabe profiles the two and their relationship in… Continue Reading

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Tiger Woods & The Lackluster AT&T National

by Jeff Skinner What a difference a year makes.  Last year at The AT&T National Tiger Woods was the official host and played an important part in the entire weeks festivities.  He not only served as host but he went on to win the tournament which at the time was the third win of his six wins in 2009.  All this took place before his life changing fender bender on Thanksgiving weekend. This year at the AT&T Tiger’s name is… Continue Reading

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Cristie Kerr Dominates LPGA Championship

by Jeff Skinner Since the Rolex Women’s World Golf Rankings stated six years ago no American golfer had held the top spot.  For the past years Cristie Kerr had stated over and over again her goal was to be the best in the world and be the number one women’s golfer.  Kerr has made her dream come true as she dusted the field at the LPGA Championship with an historic 12 stroke victory. Kerr’s fourteenth LPGA win and second major… Continue Reading

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Bubba Watson Wins the Travelers Championship

by Jeff Skinner Sometimes this game is a lot like life; you never know what’s going to happen next.  That was the case at The Travelers Championship yesterday when the Justin Rose fell apart and Bubba Watson came from six strokes back to win his first ever professional golf tournament. Rose had led by three at the start of the final round and had played marvelous golf all week.  Three bogeys over the first ten holes on Sunday let the… Continue Reading

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Kerr Ready for Number One

by Jeff Skinner Cristie Kerr is set to win her second career major championship at the LPGA Championship.  Kerr has fashioned an eight stroke lead over her nearest competitors and if she fails to win it will be the one of the greatest collapses in major championship history. Kerr has had mixed results when holding a 54 hole lead as she has won eight of the fifteen times she lead after leading in the third round.  An eight stroke lead… Continue Reading

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Cristie Kerr & Justin Rose Pull Away

by Jeff Skinner Cristie Kerr is on a mission.  She wants to be the world’s number one golfer and the quickest way to accomplish that is to win another major championship.  She is well on her way as she shot a 6 under 66 to take a five stroke lead at the LPGA Championship in Rochester, New York. It is no secret that Kerr covets the number one slot in The Rolex Rankings and is determined to do whatever it… Continue Reading

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Major Change, The LPGA Championship

by Jeff Skinner The major season continues today as the LPGA tees it up at their second major of the season, The LPGA Championship.  Locust Hill Country has hosted the LPGA for the past 33 years but this is the first time the tournament has been designated a major.  Corporate sponsor, Wegmans, came to the aid of the LPGA and signed up for major status when McDonald’s bailed on sponsoring the LPGA Championship. It should be an easy transition for… Continue Reading

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Lookalikes at Pebble Beach

by Jeff Skinner It was an absolutely awesome US Open.  Any Open at Pebble Beach is truly special.  With all those great, diabolical holes perched on that gorgeous slice of ocean-side landscape, even if the golf is less than stellar the views are spectacular enough to keep you awestruck. I was disappointed that one of my favorite golfers wasn’t able to make the cut.  The Coolest Guy in Golf, Miguel Angel Jimenez missed the cut at Pebble Beach this year… Continue Reading

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Tom Watson’s Last Walk at The US Open

By Jeff Skinner I said all week that watching Tom Watson play at Pebble Beach was one of the special joys from the 2010 US Open.  I hope this wasn’t his last walk up eighteen at an Open.  He can win the Senior US Open this year and that would get him into next year’s Open at Congressional.  Come on Tom, give us another wild ride! Breaking sports news video. MLB, NFL, NBA, NHL highlights and more.

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