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Must Watch Golf…All Weekend

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Usually on Monday morning I’ll cruise through the all the golf sites to get the inside story from the weekend. But this morning, quite frankly my head is spinning. What a crazy golf weekend. And it’s not over as the boys of the PGA Tour still have to complete the final round of the Farmers Insurance Open. It was a smorgasbord of golf and we got to see golf 24 hours a day as the tournaments circled the globe. It… Continue Reading

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Two Caddies, Two Stories, Two Great Books

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I have a great brother. Even though he continues to kick my ass each time we tee it up together he’s always a wonderful playing partner. His dominance over me is especially difficult seeing as it was I that introduced him to the game over thirty years ago. But one of the advantages of having him in the game is that he keeps me well stocked in books on golf. He’ll show up with a few books when he comes… Continue Reading

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Team USA Delivers an Amazing Victory at The Solheim Cup

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The American Solheim Cup Team pulled off an Brookline-like comeback today at the 2015 Solheim Cup to break the European Team’s hold on the cup. Faced with the almost insurmountable and memorable deficit of 10-6 the ladies of Team USA were in need of a Ben Crenshaw style miracle. Well, Juli Inkster isn’t Gentle Ben but she’ll go down in history as having as much faith in her troops as he did and that faith was well founded. Team USA… Continue Reading

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Team USA Looking for Revenge at the Solheim Cup

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The Solheim Cup starts tomorrow at the St. Leon-Rot Golf Club in Germany and the American team is desperate to finally get one in the win column. Team USA has taken it on the chin in the past two meetings with a pair of painful losses in both 2013 and 2011. In ’11 Europe took down the Americans who were tied at 8-8 going into Sunday Singles in Ireland. A 7-5 win in singles where the Americans looked superior left… Continue Reading

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U.S. Women’s Open: Back to a Traditional USGA Setup

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Last year the USA made history by playing both the men’s and women’s U.S. Open’s on the same course in back to back weeks.  This year the USGA went back to its normal routine with different weeks and venues and the truth is the courses couldn’t be more different. The men played on a baked out, extra firm, mostly brown links layout that many players labeled ridiculous. There will be none of that this week. The Lancaster Country Club, hosting… Continue Reading

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Paula Creamer Wants the LPGA at Augusta

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Paula Creamer loves Augusta National and The Masters like most of us. Creamer has attended The Masters to watch her male counterparts compete on a few occasions. And she isn’t shy about showing her fondness for Augusta and is pining for the green jackets to host a women’s tournament at Augusta National. But she’ll have to be satisfied with watching the men once a year and getting on the course as a guest.  There won’t be an LPGA event at… Continue Reading

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Paula Creamer & The Shot of the Day

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Life is good for Paula Creamer. The 28 year old has been one of the favorites on the LPGA for years. Her smile and all-American, girl next door looks have made her a darling of LPGA fans everywhere. Creamer got married in the off season and hasn’t stopped smiling since. Just check out her Instagtam account.  Paula got a little more to smile about today during the LPGA’s Coates Golf Championship. Playing the 162 yard, par 3 sixth hole Creamer… Continue Reading

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Whan’s LPGA Closes Out a Remarkable Season

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The LPGA finishes the 2014 season this week with a bang at the CME Group Tour Championship. The Race to the CME Globe couldn’t have been scripted any better. The top three players in the world, Inbee Park, Stacy Lewis and Lydia Ko are in a position to have one heck of a week. The three control their own destiny and a win would give them the biggest payoff in the history of women’s golf. The victor will cash a… Continue Reading

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Astounded, Amazed & Stunned…The Weekend in Golf

by Jeff Skinner What a strange weekend in golf. We saw the ladies of the USA struggle at the inaugural International Crown. Jim Furyk spit the bit again at the RBC Canadian Open and Bernhard Langer give us a dominating performance in senior golf. It’s hard to say what the biggest shock of the weekend was. Take your pick; I was astounded, amazed and stunned at the outcomes. Team USA came into Mike Whan’s newest baby, The International Crown as… Continue Reading

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Lizette Salas: American Dream on the LPGA Tour

by Jeff Skinner Lizette Salas finally found a way to win on the LPGA Tour. After two seasons of near misses in half a dozen tournaments the second year LPGA player nailed down her first tour win at the Kingsmill Championship Presented by JTBC. Salas had blown leads, chunked shots, been outplayed and lost in a playoff before this win but there would be no denying her on Sunday. A good way to win is to start with a three… Continue Reading

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