European Press is Wrong to Chastise Ryder Cup Captain Nick Faldo

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The European press has no shame. They had it out for Ryder Cup Captain Nick Faldo well before the matches ever started. Only a blitzkrieg win by the Euro side would have kept the hounds at bay. Maybe. These are the same rags that once dubbed Faldo, "El F… more »

Will the United States Beat Europe to Win the Ryder Cup?

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I want to say yes but, as a general wagering rule, it is never wise to bet on or against your home team. The reason is obvious: it’s too hard to separate emotion from good thinking. Despite that good advice, here’s what I am thinking (or feeling). Th… more »

U.S. Must Neutralize Sergio Garcia to Have a Chance in Ryder Cup

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Sergio Garcia is the best Ryder Cup partner of the modern era, including both sides. His record in the four-balls and foursomes matches is unparalleled in history. And that even includes his Spanish countrymen, Seve Ballesteros and Jose Maria Olazabal, w… more »

U.S. Ryder Cup Hopes Will Rest on Hot Pairings

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Much can change with the Ryder Cup still 2 weeks away, but based on current form the United States team will need to find a couple of very strong pairings if they are to have a serious chance of winning. There are actually a handful of guys playing very… more »

Questioning European Ryder Cup Captain Nick Faldo

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Perhaps the United States best chance in the Ryder Cup will be the polarizing abilities of European Captain Nick Faldo. He surprised the entire golfing world by going for Ian Poulter over a back-in-form Darren Clarke. My personal choices would have been… more »

Ben Curtis Suffers a Setback for the Ryder Cup

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As of right this moment, Ben Curtis is playing better golf than any of the eight automatic qualifiers for the U.S. Ryder Cup team and it’s not even debatable. Five weeks ago, he posted a 7th place finish in the howling winds at Royal Birkdale in the Op… more »

Irish Eyes are Smiling on the Ryder Cup

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And the rich get richer. Not only are Padraig Harrington and Sergio Garcia playing as well or better than anyone in the world besides the idle Tiger Woods, now the inspiring comeback of Darren Clarke has apparently come full circle. Last weekend in th… more »

Would Captain Azinger Pick a Senior for the Ryder Cup?

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Maybe. If there is one thing U.S. Ryder Cup Captain Paul Azinger has repeated time and time again, it’s that he wants desperately to select hot golfers with his unprecedented four Captain’s picks. He has even suggested aloud that he would consider… more »

Carl Pettersson Tosses His Hat into the Ryder Cup Ring

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In addition to jockeying for FedEx Cup position, this week on the PGA Tour was supposed to be a week where the some of the American Ryder Cup hopefuls started to establish themselves as rounding into form to be one of Captain Azinger’s wild card select… more »

Listen up, PGA of America! We don't need another U.S. Open

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The PGA of America has always seemed more progressive than the USGA. Most recently, it was wonderful when they finally acknowledged that their Ryder Cup selection process was not as good as that of the Europeans. Granted, it took five losses in the last… more »

PGA Championship Ends Automatic Qualifying for the 2008 U.S. Ryder Cup Team

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Because of the new and much-improved selection process for the U.S. Ryder Cup team, eight golfers will automatically qualify for the event to be played in 6 weeks time, September 19-21. Six players have already locked down their spots. Stewart Cink, Phil… more »

Sunningdale is a Poor Choice of Course for Womens British Open

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Money. It is the only possible reason for the powers-that-be to have selected Sunningdale Golf Club as the site of the Ricoh Women’s British Open. By staying relatively close to London they figure to draw the largest crowd possible. But I think it’s… more »

Aberdeen CC in Myrtle Beach is the Little Course That Could

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The final golf course I played during vacation was Aberdeen Country Club in Longs, S.C., about 10 minutes drive west out of North Myrtle Beach. Once called Buck Creek back in the day, this course has seen improvement since I last played it years ago. I s… more »

Long Bay Club in Myrtle Beach is a Handful

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The second course I played during my recent family vacation was Long Bay Club, designed by Jack Nicklaus, located on Hwy 9 about ten minutes drive west out of North Myrtle Beach. A neat little trick by the Golden Bear was to route the drive from the main… more »

A Day at Myrtle Beach National – King’s North Course

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The first course I played during my recent family vacation was the King’s North Course, designed by Arnold Palmer, at the Myrtle Beach National golf complex located on Hwy 501 just a few miles out of central Myrtle Beach. There are two other courses on… more »

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