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Ryder Cup 2012: 5 Reasons USA Lost

Published: October 1, 2012

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A little more than half a day later, we can start to dissect the Miracle at Medinah—the unbelievable comeback by the team from across the pond over our boys. The genesis of this loss may have been in May, 2011, when a golf legend, and the man who may have played the biggest part in converting the Europeans from doormat to dominant, passed away. The ghost of Seve Ballesteros seemed to... 

Tiger Woods: Back and Better Than Ever or Just Another PGA Tour Player?

Published: July 9, 2012

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All the talk in golf is around the same guy is has been around for the last 16 years: Tiger Woods. Questions abound about the state of his game and his pursuit of Jack Nicklaus’ record of 18 professional major championships. The biggest question lately is: Is Tiger back? To answer that question, one must look at where he came from. Tiger is second on the list of most professional majors won with... 

The U.S. Open 2011: Nine Things You Should Know About This Year at Congressional

Published: May 18, 2011

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From June 16-19 the center of the golf universe will be Congressional Country Club in Bethesda, MD for the 111th playing of the U.S. Open. This will be the third U.S. Open held at Congressional, the most recent being Ernie Els’s second Open win in 1997. Considered by many to be one of the hardest golf tournaments, with rough typically five to six inches deep, and greens rolled and groomed to... 

Euorpean Ryder Cup Committee Plays It Safe, Headed to France

Published: May 17, 2011

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It was announced by the European Ryder Cup committee that the 2018 Ryder Cup will be played in shadow of the Eiffel Tower, as opposed to within the much larger golf shadow of Seve Ballesteros. Spain was in the running to host the biannual event, along with Germany, Portugal and the Netherlands, but the committee saw fit to take one of the most popular events in the sport to France. Of the... 

Players Championship: 7 Things We Learned from K.J Choi’s Playoff Win

Published: May 16, 2011

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After a rain-soaked Saturday, competitors at the Players Championship were left to finish both their third and fourth rounds on Sunday. Some of the players wilted under the conditions, while others flourished. In the end, a pair of veterans played an additional hole to find a Players Champion. Here is what we learned this week at the Players. Begin Slideshow  Read More →

Tiger Woods Playing at the U.S. Open Doesn’t Have a Leg to Stand on

Published: May 13, 2011

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Tiger Woods has played nine holes of competitive golf since his tie for fourth place at the Masters. Yesterday, on his first tee shot at this week’s Players Championship, Woods tweaked the knee that had kept him off the course for several weeks—the same knee that he injured during the third round of the Masters hitting a shot from under Ike’s Tree. The same knee that he limped... 

Tiger Woods’ Knee Not out of the Woods Yet, Surgery Expected

Published: April 26, 2011

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Tiger Woods, once the most dominant player on the PGA Tour, is going to have surgery on his left leg to repair what he is calling some minor ligament and tendon damage, according to Forbes. He says he injured it during his awkward swing from under a branch of Eisenhower’s Tree on the 17th hole at Augusta on Masters Saturday. What does this latest setback mean for Tiger? Let’s have a look... 

Tiger Woods at the Masters: 7 Reasons He Will Never Win Another Major

Published: April 17, 2011

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Tiger Woods was the most dominating golf player of this era. Notice I said, “was.” Where there once stood a solid rock of golf granite, a mythic god firing at hole locations and curling putts into the hole with the calm, cool precision of a surgeon, there is now merely a man. A man with faults and flaws, just like the rest of us. Where there was once the fiery titan, expressing emotions... 

2011 Masters: 10 Things We Learned During the Tournament

Published: April 11, 2011

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What an amazing, unbelievable Masters, the 2011 version, was. We got everything. We got Tiger making a charge. We got the young players showing us what the future holds. We got wily veterans playing for their first major. We had a range of scores all over the course, some of them painful to watch, some of them sublime. Eight different players had a share of the lead during different points of the back-nine,... 

2011 Masters: A Timeline of Sunday’s Action

Published: April 10, 2011

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Rory McIlroy, the brilliant 21-year-old from Northern Ireland, took a four-stroke lead into the last round of the Masters. In his wake were a mix of past champions, seasoned veterans and young players. Not the least of which was four-time champion Tiger Woods. In case you missed it, here is a timeline of how everything went down Sunday at Augusta. Begin Slideshow  Read More →

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