Anthony Kim flexes star power in showing way to U.S. Ryder Cup win with Sergio rout

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Even as he won two tournaments this summer, you could count me among the Anthony Kim doubters. Everyone was so eager, desperate almost, to make Kim the next IT golfer. It didn't help that Kim's ridiculous belt buckles made it hard to take him seriously.… more »

Obviously running out of liberal losers, The Huffington Post celebrates WorldGolf.com's American runaway William K. Wolfrum

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These are tough times for the elitist liberals who pat themselves on the back for every bottle water they throw into their recycling bins while driving the overscheduled kids they force to wear those hideous Crocs to every activity within a 500-mile radi… more »

Arthur Hills the rare high profile designer who doesn't act like a celebrity golf course architect

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In a celebrity golf architect world where two brothers wage a childish feud (hello Jones boys!) and Tom Fazio sometimes doesn't even show up to his own course openings, sending a video of him talking about the new place instead, Arthur Hills is the rare… more »

Opening of new Valley nine at Bear Mountain Resort makes Vancouver Island golf even stronger

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This is about the time that golfers first start thinking of their warm weather winter golf escape. With the daylight hours evaporating like interest in the FedEx Cup, it's easy to see why. Vancouver Island is one spot where the golf in Canada is anything… more »

Excuse-making Ohio State fans even more embarrassing than Pathetic Buckeyes in 35-3 loss to USC

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Is Ohio State's 35-3 loss to USC made any better because it was so predictable? No. But the classless fans who root for the Script Ohio because they were unfortunate enough to be born in the state that's biggest industry is handing out speeding ticket… more »

Chambers Bay deserves Top 100 ranking, Seattle doesn't deserve ridiculous plastic bag tax

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If you've never actually been to Chambers Bay, the Robert Trent Jones II design in University Place, Washington (near Tacoma), it's easy to assume that it must be overhyped. It's hard to imagine that a course that had been open for less than a year was r… more »

In virtually clinching $10 million grand prize for FedEx Cup, Vijay Singh shows less practice equals more wins

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That wrap Vijay Singh wears on his left arm isn't for show. The 45-year-old Fijian is battling tendinitis even as he racks up wins - three in five weeks now after he blew away the rest of the field in the Deutsche Bank this holiday weekend. The ailmen… more »

Nick Faldo makes a mistake in Ryder Cup picking Ian Poulter, Europe's version of a whiny, wimpy American

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Nick Faldo clearly doesn't want anyone on the European Ryder Cup team who reminds anyone that Faldo's getting old himself. Faldo is a very hip 50 after all. So, thanks but no thanks Darren Clarke, the Rod Stewart look will not be needed.Still, Faldo… more »

LPGA's new must-speak-English policy reeks of racism from clueless Tour run by Carolyn Bivens

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Just when you didn't think the LPGA could make any news (except for killing off long-time tournaments), the worst-run organization in professional sports is at it again, making speaking English a requirement for holding a Tour card starting next season.… more »

Sergio Garcia goes gaffe Garcia again with premature showboating celebration vs. Barclays winner Vijay Singh

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PARAMUS, N.J. - When Sergio Garcia slammed his putter down in the sand trap at the 18th green like Kobe Bryant pulling out his jersey and pointing it at the crowd, you didn't know it was going to end badly for him. After all, how can you expect Vijay Sin… more »

Sergio Garcia's PGA Championship pain could become even worse with Barclays win

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PARAMUS, N.J. - Sergio Garcia finds himself holding the lead in another golf tournament coming down the back nine. If Garcia pulls out the win in the first event of the second FedEx Cup many will say and write that this has to make Garcia feel better abo… more »

FedEx Cup is the greatest cheesy marketing invention ever: Eat your heart out college football bowl game sponsors

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PARAMUS, N.J. - The FedEx Cup is a golf success because it produces star-studded fields in late season events that would never otherwise have them. It's even more of a home run in terms of in your face marketing though. In 10 years, they'll be teachin… more »

Can Phil Mickelson steal a win in the FedEx Cup?

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PARAMUS, N.J. - Phil Mickelson started this day so far back at The Barclays that he even declared himself out of it. And Mickelson admits defeat about as willingly as Danica Patrick.But playing in the much-easier-scoring morning conditions that he co… more »

Can Mike Weir become the first natural loser Canadian to win anything during the Olympics at FedEx Cup?

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Canadians are cute. You can't deny that. Especially now that they're all convinced that they're suddenly this economic superpower because their Loonies are actually worth more than 3.5 pennies. Of course as the Canucks strut about, their collective milit… more »

More Steve Stricker a bigger threat to FedEx Cup than less Tiger Woods

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COLTS NECK, N.J. - Do you think Tim Finchem and his PGA Tour brain trust came up with the FedEx Cup because they wanted to promote Steve Stricker? Stricker's a good story. I know because I wrote it last year when Stricker won the first event of the fi… more »

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