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Knuckleheads Duke It Out on the Golf Course

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Who says golf is a boring game? Check out these knuckleheads who bring a little MMA/UFC to the course. It’s not quite Happy Gilmore and Bob Barker but it’s close. It looks like too much beer, booze and bozos to me. I just can’t believe this. Go home and sleep it off boys. Went out to my favorite course with Kevin @coloradokev and @grantjbradshaw on my last day in CO and witnessed some absolutely ridiculous #fightclub on the 18th hole… Continue Reading

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The PLAYERS In the Books…Next Up: The U.S. Open

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Watching Rickie Fowler and the boys light it up at The PLAYERS has me Jonesing for another great tournament. And while the Wells Fargo Championship may provide us with some fireworks there is nothing like the big stage and for me the big stage is a major championship. There are 35 days and five PGA Tournaments before the U.S. Open and with all due respect to the tour, the next five weeks are all solid stops with Jack Nicklaus’ Memorial… Continue Reading

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Welcome to 2015: The Hyundai Tournament of Champions

Geoff Ogilvy tees off on the 18th hole.

For many of us this is the first day back to work in 2015. After a nice long holiday break away from our everyday jobs it’s time to get in our old routine and head back to work. It’s much the same on the PGA Tour. After their end of the year break the PGA Tour kicks off the New Year in style in Hawaii at the Hyundai Tournament of Champions. Even though the all powerful PGA Tour can declare… Continue Reading

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Great Stuff at The Open Championship

by Jeff Skinner As it should The Open Championship dominated the golf pages, both electronic and print around the world with so many wonderful pieces by numerous scribes. Here are some great reads. Take some time to check them out. In Doug Ferguson’s game story he says Rory and his game are back in a big way:  In another major lacking tension over the final hour, what brought The Open to life was the potential of its champion. After nearly… Continue Reading

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Jessica Korda Takes LPGA Season Opener

by Jeff Skinner The LPGA’s 2014 season got off to a great start with a thrilling finish at the Pure Silk Bahamas LPGA Classic.  Jessica Korda made a birdie four on eighteen to finish at nineteen under par and one stroke ahead of world number three Stacy Lewis. Korda started the day tied for third and three shots behind leader Na Yeon Choi.  But Korda’s play down the stretch enabled her to tie Lewis who had worked her way into… Continue Reading

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Golf ‘Round the World

by Jeff Skinner With the NFL and the baseball playoffs dominating the sports headlines the exciting golf that was played this past weekend can be easily over looked.  You’ll be forgiven if you missed some of the great play on the weekend as you sucked down beers and wings while cheering for those damn Patriots and Red Sox. Of the four winners this weekend, the one with the most upside is Lexi Thompson.  The eighteen year old Thompson won her… Continue Reading

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High Drama in the Highlands

by G. Rennie The winds finally arrived yesterday at the Castle Stuart links and the Scottish Open Championship delivered both an expected outcome and a surprise finish.  Phil the Thrill played in the final pairing, starting two shots back of the Big Swede, Henrik Stenson, and most in the gallery were probably pulling for him to get the come from behind victory and claim his first title in the land that created the game.  A victory by Phil would undoubtedly lend some needed… Continue Reading

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Teenager Jutanugarn Triples 18 to Lose in Thailand

From LPGA.com: 2012 LPGA Official Money title winner and Vare Trophy winner Inbee Park got her 2013 season off to a hot start, capturing a one-shot victory at the Honda LPGA Thailand in her first event of the year. The victory came as a bit of a shock to Park as she trailed 17-year-old Thailand native Ariya Jutanugarn by two shots when she finished her round. But Park ended up with a one-stroke victory less than 15 minutes later when Jutanugarn… Continue Reading

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Zach Johnson Wins Despite Last Shot Penalty

From PGATour.com: FORT WORTH, Texas — Zach Johnson won a tournament for the first time in two years when he claimed the Crowne Plaza Invitational at Colonial title on Sunday, pulling ahead of the field when Jason Dufner faltered. Johnson was assessed a two-stroke penalty for failing to replace his ball to its original position after marking it on the 18th hole. That left him with a 2-over 72 and a one-stroke victory. “I’m going to focus on the positives,… Continue Reading

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Dufner Claims Second Victory

From PGATour.com: IRVING, Texas — It took Jason Dufner 164 starts on the PGA TOUR to win his first title. It took him two more starts to win his second one. Dufner survived a tough start to make the most important putt of the day, a 25-1/2 footer for birdie at the 18th hole to claim the HP Byron Nelson Championship in a Sunday shootout at the TPC Four Seasons Resort. By making birdie on the final hole, Dufner finished… Continue Reading

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