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Sergio Garcia and damaged greens

Sergio Garcia was wrong. That shouldn’t have to be said, of course, but as a starting point here, damaging a golf course, and doing it repeatedly, is not something that should happen. It shouldn’t be condoned in any corner, and the fact that he was disqualified for doing it on Saturday at the Saudi International […]

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2018 Year In Review: 20-1

Previous posts: 100-81 – 80-61 – 60-41 – 40-21

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2018 Year In Review: 40-21

Previous posts: 100-81 – 80-61 – 60-41

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2018 Year In Review: 60-41

Previous posts: 100-81 – 80-61

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2018 Year In Review: 80-61

Previous posts: 100-81

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2018 Year In Review: 100-81

When I started doing these year in review posts back in 2015, I started with 60 stories, and that felt like a lot. Then, for some reason, I upped it to 100, and it felt like I really backed myself into a corner, and that not every year was going to have that much intriguing […]

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Lee Westwood wins in South Africa

If you follow any official golf accounts on social media, you’ve definitely become familiar with the phrase “Golf is hard”. Usually, the #content creators in charge will tag an embarrassing moment, or a hard lip out with that as a way to post a clip, and remind everyone that all of the stuff that happens […]

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October Mailbag: Ryder Cup and the Reeds

Hey, an actual post! If you want to jump in on the next mailbag, hit me up on Twitter, or send me an email: adamrsarson@gmail.com

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Tiger at the 2018 Open Championship

Back in December of 2015, things were looking pretty bleak for Tiger Woods. Three months prior, he went in for surgery on his back for the second time and a month after that, he had to have another procedure done on the same area to relieve discomfort. At this point, it was hard to be […]

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Patrick Reed wins the 2018 Masters

To say Patrick Reed is a complicated figure would be the understatement of all understatements in golf. As someone who is a firm believer of the “golf needs characters” theory, Reed’s overt brashness on the course is something that I quite enjoy, but the stories that are out there, both reported and unreported, present a […]

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