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Ten Things I Think

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1.  It may have been lost in a weekend of world wide golf but cheers to Peter Senior for becoming the oldest ever winner of the Australian Masters. Senior who is 56 and a Champions Tour player beat a bunch of youngsters half his age for his third Masters title. Let’s hear it for the old guys. 2.  Rory McIlroy is about half Senior’s age and it was great to see him back in good form with his win in… Continue Reading

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Exciting Final Weekend of Golf

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For die hard golf fans it was one heck of a weekend. If you were willing to do a little overnight and early morning viewing there was some exciting golf to watch. And if you could pull yourself away from NFL Sunday the ladies of the LPGA provided another thrilling finish to their dream season. I was one of the few, the proud, the crazies that had the Golf Channel on for what seemed like 48 straight hours.  Like many… Continue Reading

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Cheyenne Woods…Making Her Way

by Jeff Skinner Fresh off her win last week at the Australian Masters Cheyenne Woods will step off of cloud nine to tee it up again down under at the ISPS Handa Australian Open.  Woods’ ever increasing celebrity will take another bounce this week if she can continue her fine play against names like Stacy Lewis, Suzann Pettersen, Lydia Ko, Jessica Korda, Lexi Thompson and Paula Creamer. Tiger’s niece has got her game in order and was able to close… Continue Reading

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Cheyenne Woods Wins In Australia

by Jeff Skinner Cheyenne Woods has beaten her more famous uncle, Tiger to the winner’s circle.  The 23 year old Wake Forest grad is the first Woods to claim victory in 2014 as she won the Ladies European Tour’s Australian Masters. It is Woods’ first win on a major tour.  She previously won a SunCoast mini-tour event but the win down under certainly legitimizes Woods professional golf career. Being Tiger’s niece certainly has opened some doors for Cheyenne, notice her… Continue Reading

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Adam Scott Claims Another Masters Title

by Jeff Skinner Adam Scott is making his Australian homecoming something to remember.  Scott scrambled to victory at the Australian Masters to defend his 2012 title and earn his second down under win in consecutive weeks. Scott who had played impeccable golf for the first three rounds fell back on Sunday with an even round of par and needed a bit of help from Matt Kuchar. Kuchar had overtaken Scott and had a two shot lead on the fourteenth hole… Continue Reading

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There Is Still Plenty of Golf Going On

by Jeff Skinner The golf season may be coming to an end here in the Northeast but there is a very full schedule of golf taking place around the world. Adam Scott continues his tour down under at the Talisker Masters or what everyone really calls the Australian Masters.  Scott is still basking in the glow of his Masters green jacket win not to mention his victory last week at the Australian PGA.  There is coverage on The Golf Channel.… Continue Reading

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Kingston Heath Hosts Australian Masters

by Jeff Skinner As we up north put away our clubs the boys down under are just kicking off their summer golf season with the Australian Masters.  Plenty of Aussies and some world class golfers will make their way around one of the best courses in the world. Golf Magazine rates the Kingston Heath course as the 27th best in the world.  Watch the videos below and be treated to a course tour and a little history. Hat tip to… Continue Reading

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Westwood, Poulter & Lexi Get a Jump om 2102

by Jeff Skinner Some familiar names took home the trophies around the world as all three winners have made strong statements that they will be forces to be reckoned with in 2012. Lee Westwood made his statement with a seven stroke win over Charl Schwartzel at the Asian Tour’s Thailand Golf Championship.  Westwood’s 22 under par victory also gave him enough points to overtake Rory McIlroy for the second slot in the Official World Golf Rankings.  It was Westwood’s fourth… Continue Reading

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Tiger Woods Stars Down Under

by Jeff Skinner It seems rather odd that in the middle of November when most of the U.S. is trading in golf clubs for leaf blowers and snow shovels we can sit back and watch some warm weather golf in prime time.  Thanks to the wonders of television and the world-wide appeal of the game The Golf Channel is giving us some wonderful golf in the evening as we face the oncoming winter. At the Presidents Cup Warm Up Tournament,… Continue Reading

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Couples Wants Woods on Presidents Cup Team

by Jeff Skinner President Cup Captain Fred Couples may have painted himself into a bit of a corner concerning Tiger Woods.  Earlier in the year Capt. Couples had all but handed Woods a slot on the team with one of the two Captains Picks that he is allocated.  Yesterday Couples may have slightly backed off of that saying that Woods needs to plays little more if Couples is to put him on his team. “It’s wrong to leave him off… Continue Reading

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