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DJ Wins But Pat Perez Really Doesn’t Care

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Dustin Johnson looked to be in fine form this week as he lapped the winners only field at the Sentry Tournament of Champions by eight strokes. DJ was killing it all week as the wide fairways at Kapalua welcomed his mammoth drives and he rarely missed any shots. We are all familiar with the friendly confines of The Plantation Course as is DJ who won here for the second time and his seventeenth PGA win overall. But after the first… Continue Reading

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A New Attitude Pays Off for Pat Perez

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Pat Perez is back in the winner’s circle as he successfully completed a comeback from surgery with a win at the OHL Classic at Mayakoba. Perez was absent from the PGA Tour for eight months due to shoulder surgery and he must admit that his surgery was extremely successful. This is his second PGA Tour win in over fourteen years on tour. He last won in 2009 at the Bob Hope Classic. During his downtime for rehabilitation Perez had time… Continue Reading

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Kevin Na: As Slow As It Gets

by Jeff Skinner The PGA Tour has taken to trying to market its younger generation of players to entice a younger generation of fans to tune in.  Rickie Fowler and Bubba Watson are just a few of the “Twitter Generation” that the tour tries to promote to this generation of fast moving, got to have it now fans. Unfortunately, all their commercials and marketing plans go for naught when the pace of play on the tour rivals a hundred yard… Continue Reading

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Tiger Wins and Phil Hangs On

“Hooks and Slices” will bring you our view on whats happening in the golf world. Yesterday’s first round of the WGC Match Play saw Tiger play well enough to advance, but some rust kept him from closing out Brendon Jones earlier. Number one seeds Padraig Harrington and Sergio Garcia failed to advance. Harrington has struggled all season and Sergio bogeyed the last three holes to choke it away. Here are our predictions for the second round. Phil “The Thrill” Mickelson… Continue Reading

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Perez Has Hope

Pat Perez finally broke through and won at the Bob Hope Classic. It was his 198th start on the tour and came on a day when the wind tormented the players. Perez has a reputation as a hot head, but he kept his composure as he came from three back in the final round. He finished with an eagle to put an exclamation point on his victory. This is a tough tournament to watch if you are a real golf… Continue Reading

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