Archives for: October 2005

Arizona: The only golf mecca that truly gets Daylight Savings Time

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Putting out on 18 just after 6 p.m., at a time when the rest of the country's been dark for a good hour, is one of the great, little pleasures of Arizona golf. Yes, Arizona's figured out how to give you more sunshine too. By ignoring the stupid "Fall… more »

Las Vegas' ultra high-end Cascata throws out the welcome mat

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Cascata, one of Las Vegas' $500 per round courses that Michael Jordan, George Clooney and Co. like to play, is easing off on its access rules. But not its price tag. Cascata used to tout itself as a course only open to Caesars guests (and whatever big… more »

By blaming SI reporter, Wie Warriors, clueless caddy and (gasp!) Mario sink to new lows

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Forget for a moment that Michelle Wie showed no sign of knowing anything about winning in her 30th career pro tournament. Forget even that Michelle Wie showed no sign of knowing anything about the rules in her 30th career pro tournament. The new issu… more »

Michelle Wie set to extend winless streak to 0 for 30, business as usual in "first" pro event

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Michelle Wie's "first" tournament as a pro is shaping up like all her other tournaments as a pro. She hit a few spectacular shots, particularly with her driver, at the Samsung World Championship. She hit a few clunker shots. She melted down the stretch.… more »

A Cancun Golf Trip Itinerary - By reader request

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Are there any sure bets in Cancun golf? The spring break paradise can be a golfer's torment with good courses and duds all disguised under the same high-end greens fees. Reader Tommy wrote in "I'm a 8 handicap and really looking forward to this (Cancu… more »

Pat's destroys Geno's in Philadelphia cheesesteak debate

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If you're golfing anywhere around Philadelphia or even the Wilmington, Delaware area (in which case you'd be better be staying in Philly for the civilization), a real cheesesteak is a most stop. And no, what you've had at the foodcourt at the mall in… more »

Harding Park no great course, pros just being polite in San Francisco

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If you only read the San Francisco Bay area papers you'd think that Harding Park was collecting the kind of universal gushing reviews that Russell Crowe earned for A Beautiful Mind a few years back. I don't want to say the Bay area dailies are giving a h… more »

Grouchy Golf Blog woos Jennifer Mario; Cheap Bastard's ballistic jealous

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What's this? Is there romance in the golf blogging world air? Could we have a case of dating by blog? It sure looks that way. For Grouchy Golf Blog is heading toward TravelGolf.com's own Jennifer Mario with a rose, a scented candle and a Marvin Gaye C… more »

Michelle Wie steals Paula Creamer's pink, who's obsessed with whom?

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So Michelle Wie decides to wear pink to her big "I'm no longer pretending to be an amateur" press conference. Doesn't she know that pink is Paula Creamer's color? That Creamer is the Pink Panther after all. Of course, Wie does. That's why she came out… more »

Wynn Las Vegas' $500 greens fee Fazio: Here today, gone tomorrow?

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The $500 greens fee Tom Fazio right behind the new Wynn Las Vegas on the Strip is doing well enough. It's not getting close to the kind of Shadow Creek and Cascata reviews that Steve Wynn no doubt assumed were his tycoon birthright. But it holds some… more »

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