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Adam Scott Stays Hot in Australia

by Jeff Skinner Adam Scott continued his amazing Australian Homecoming yesterday with another display of his sizzling golf game.  Scott carded a course record 10 under par 62 at the Royal Sydney Golf Club.  Starting on the back nine he opened with six birdies then closed with four more. Scott holds a three shot lead at the Emirates Australian Open and is playing his fourth and final tournament in a swing that has seen him amass two individual wins, a… Continue Reading

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PGA Tour Kicks Off in Hawaii

by Jeff Skinner It’s fifteen degrees outside, the ground is covered with snow and I am battling a bad case of cabin fever.  But have no fear…there’s a cure on the horizon: The PGA Tour tees off in Hawaii today.  Yes, today the boys of the PGA Tour, thirty of them anyway, start the 2013 season at Kapalua with the Tournament of Champions.  Now, for many of us our next round of golf is a winter away or at least… Continue Reading

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The PGA Tour in Paradise & Prime Time

by Jeff Skinner Oh, the poor life of a 2011 PGA Tour Champion.  With all their holiday celebrations now a thing of the past, this week they get to start their “Happy New Year” on the PGA Tour.  Twenty eight of last season’s winners have to drag themselves away from the comfort and relaxation of their homes and get back to work. Yes, those unfortunate golfers have to start their season in the sun and warmth of Hawaii, away from… Continue Reading

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The Presidents Cup: Couples vs Norman

by Jeff Skinner It’s time for the boys down under to finally tee it up as the Presidents Cup gets under way tomorrow.  Once again due to the time difference we will be able to see plenty of golf in prime time.  Coverage starts at 9:00pm Wednesday evening on The Golf Channel. Team Freddy and Team Greg have been together this week while they practice on the Royal Melbourne Golf Club.  Rumor has it the Captain Greg Norman has demanded… 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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