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UL International Crown Kicks Off Big Weeks for Women’s Golf

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As we all still nurse our Open Championship hangovers the women of the golf world start a streak of important tournaments. Thursday 32 of the worlds best will tee it up in the UL International Crown in a eight team format, that’s something the Olympics should have tried…a team format. Then a quick trip across to England where they will compete in the Ricoh Women’s British Open at Woburn Golf & Country Club in Milton Keynes, England. After a weeks… Continue Reading

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Gerina Pillar Moving Towards That Elusive First Win

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Gerina Pillar may have come up short in at the Volunteers of America Texas Shootout but this is a player who seems so very ready to win. We first heard of Pillar awhile back but she was billed as a member of the ”husband and wife” who both play professional golf. Indeed, her husband Martin is on the PGA Tour for his second full time season and the two of them were both in contention last week in their respective… Continue Reading

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Golf in the Olympics…Big Whoop

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With golf being back in the Olympic Games this year there is much talk about the 2016 golf season being such a special year. All the effected parties are saying the politically correct thing with “growing the game” and “it’s an honor to represent your country” thrown about very often. I haven’t heard many dissenting voices when it comes to golf making its first appearance in the Olympics since 1904. So it has been 112 years since someone teed it… Continue Reading

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Suzann Pettersen Speaks Her Mind

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Tim Rosaforte had a great interview with Suzann Peterrsen on The Golf Channel last night. He asked all the right questions and she had all the right answers. Pettersen bared her soul and apologized for her Solheim Cup debacle. Much like her apology on Instagam the day after she seemed sincere and honestly distraught over the incident. It certainly doesn’t seem like this was an orchestrated public relations ploy just to manage her image. This is how you start to… Continue Reading

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Solheim Cup Epilogue: Pettersen Apologizes & More

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The victorious American Solheim Cup team is still basking in the glow of their emotional and historic comeback in Germany. Sunday was a magical day for these ladies and most likely one of the most memorable days in all of their careers. On the European front things are a bit different. With some time to reflect on her actions on the seventeenth green Suzann Pettersen has apologized for her part in the episode. Pettersen’s refusal to concede Alison Lee’s gimmie… Continue Reading

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10 Things I Think

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1. Jason Day’s win at the BMW is further proof that the PGA Tour and men’s golf is in wonderful shape. Day, Rory McIlroy and Jordan Spieth have rotated in and out of the number one ranking the past three weeks. If you can’t enjoy watching these thee play you’re not a fan. 2. Last season when Rory won two majors and a WGC he looked like no one could touch him. Earlier this season it was Spieth with his… 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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Brittany Lincicome Prevails at The ANA Inspiration

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Brittany Linciome won The ANA Inspiration with a par on the third playoff hole over good friend Stacy Lewis. The winning putt may have been in the playoff but the shot that won her the tournament was her second shot on eighteen during regulation. Her eagle tied her with Lewis and with Lewis unable to birdie the last off to the playoff they went. From AP: Brittany Lincicome ended up in Poppie’s Pond for the second time in her career… Continue Reading

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Strong LPGA Q-School Class Features Cheyenne Woods & More

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Tiger Woods was able to draw on the positives from his week at Isleworth as he was able to play without pain for the entire tournament. But he also got a bit of good news off the course when he was told that his niece Cheyenne Woods had earned her LPGA Tour Card. Woods, the niece was able to survive the grueling 90 hole LPGA Q-School to earn full time playing privileges on the LPGA.   After graduating from Wake Forest… Continue Reading

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