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“Hooks and Slices” will bring you our view on whats happening in the golf world. The Presidents Cup is over and Tiger and the boys have The Cup, but here are some “Hooks and Slices” from Frisco. Good Stuff… Tiger Woods going 5-0, finding the perfect mate in Steve Stricker and smacking Y.E. Yang in singles Tim Clark may have left his heart in San Francisco. He played his heart out and was the soul of the Internationals, his eagle… Continue Reading
Long before the World Golf Championships and The Bridgestone Invitational, Firestone was hosting professional golf tournaments. In 1954 the first Rubber City Open was won by Tommy Bolt. In 1962 it was changed to the NEC World Series of Golf and that lasted until 1999. After that it changed to the NEC Invitational and finally in 2006 it was called the Bridgestone Invitational. In addition to that, Firestone hosted The American Golf Classic from 1961 to 1972, The CBS Golf… Continue Reading
by Jeff Skinner I was at the Travelers Championship this weekend when the skies finally cleared on Sunday to allow the boys on the tour to take dead aim at the flags on The TPC Highlands. Kenny Perry once again showed that he is not only a uniquely talented player but also a very sincere and humble man. Kenny Perry’s victory at the Travelers Championship takes him another step closer to his goal of twenty career wins. Perry is forty… Continue Reading
by Jeff Skinner Helen Alfredsson navigated her way around The Upper Montclair Country Club Course with a personal best 62 today to take the lead at the first day of The Sybase Classic. She was playing as well as she ever has hitting the fairways and hardly ever missing a green. Paired with South Koreans, Hee Young Park and Jimin Kang, she showed the youngsters what a little experience can do for a player. Alfredsson is a former Solheim Cup… Continue Reading