US Ryder Cup Qualifications Misunderstood by PGA and Sports Illustrated

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PGA President Roger Warren recently confirmed that he was involved in the idiotic thinking that developed the US Ryder Cup selection system in an article by SI’s Bob Casper. And Bob, God bless him, showed why his Dad – the great and underrated Billy… more »

Ryder Cup drama at The International this week

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The strategy players are using to get one of the automatic bids on the US Ryder Cup team is very intriguing. Almost everyone who is close to the final spot is playing this week in hopes of a top finish to garner those rare Ryder Cup points. (As you recal… more »

USA Ryder Cup Point System is Just Plain Stupid

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What was the PGA of America thinking when it changed the point system for qualifying for the Ryder Cup? Admittedly the new one is an improvement over the woeful old system, but that is the equivalent of saying that robbery is better than armed robbery. Y… more »

Jim Furyk, Links Golf & Imagination - OR - The Greatest Shot of My Life

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Jim Furyk played a magical shot during the Open Championship that TV commentator Peter Alliss said was "the greatest links shot I've ever seen." And that is a pretty strong commendation coming from a UK man who was a terrific player in his days before an… more »

Risking a Few Pounds on the Open Championship is Quite the Golfing Pleasure

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Dear Lord, I would really like for there to be peace in the world, if it be your will. Really. But what I would like to happen as soon as possible after that is for gambling on golf to be allowed where I live, just like they do in the UK. Amen. One… more »

Crowd Favorites Natalie Gulbis and Darren Clarke Can't Finish

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The very popular Natalie Gulbis felt the agonizing sting of a defeat wrenched from likely victory at the Jamie Farr Classic. It is impossible to fault someone who, when starting Sunday in a tie for the lead, shoots a bogey-free, 6-under-par 65 which tied… more »

Michelle Wie and The Rolex World Rankings for Women Golfers

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If all we ever wanted to know was who has played consistently well for the past two years, the Rolex World Rankings for Women would do nicely. But, guess what? That’s not what we want to know. What we want to know is how players are performing relative… more »

Golf Fans in Washington DC Get Screwed by PGA Tour

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The PGA Tour & its Commissioner Tim Finchem have no conscience and should be ashamed of themselves. Never will they be able to justify what they have done to the loyal golf fans living in and around Washington, DC. Let’s start with a little hist… more »

Mickelson, Furyk and Montgomerie choke in different ways in US Open

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The finish of the 2006 US Open was unbelievably painful to watch, showing that choking comes in many forms. Perhaps that is the ultimate reason that this bubbling cauldron of nerves has so much appeal. Jim Furyk has finally gone over the edge with tha… more »

2006 is Year of the Comeback in Golf's Major Championships

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What in the name of the 1986 Masters is going on here? Since when does it make any sense at all that golfers on the downside of their careers can turn the clock back and become awesome again - en masse? First, it's Karrie Webb, dunking a wedge shot on… more »

Phil Mickelson and Tiger Woods aren't hated rivals

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Unguarded moments often tell the truth that we refuse to see. Despite what you may have read in the press and despite what you think you may have seen on television, Phil Mickelson and Tiger Woods don't really hate each other. Oh yeah, they want to beat… more »

LPGA Major Championship Trophy will likely be presented to Michelle Wie in 2006

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Okay, I've seen enough. No one on the LPGA Tour consistently strikes the ball better than Michelle Wie does. It is just a matter of time before she puts it all together with her short game and blows away the field in an LPGA event. As it happens, because… more »

Michelle Wie monitored today like she's in Intensive Care

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Ok, for all the Michelle Wie fans who aren't getting enough from tv coverage on ESPN and The Golf Channel, here are few internet addresses to track her progress hole-by-hole: The Golf Channel or Sports Illustrated For what it's worth, I'd pu… more »

The Good, The Bad and The Ugly of Golf all reside in the LPGA

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The Good I refer to does NOT involve Clint Eastwood - no, no, no. The Good is the resurgence of Karrie Webb to her current Hall of Fame level of play over the past month. The Good is the emergence of all the young guns like Paula Creamer, Lorena Ochoa, N… more »

LPGA Stars Watching Annika Sorenstam for Chinks in the Armor

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Annika Sorenstam gave hope to the rest of the LPGA by not doing her usual Sunday Terminator performance two weeks ago in Georgia. Don’t you think that all of the LPGA Tour isn’t watching her every tournament for some signs of slipping. The much-hera… more »

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