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Rebooting Shell’s Wonderful World of Golf

Last week, Golf Channel gave golf fans a great Christmas present if they turned on their televisions: a marathon of Shell’s Wonderful World of Golf, featuring broadcasts from both the original run in the 1960’s and 70’s and the most recent reboot from the 90’s and early 2000’s. In case you’re unaware, Shell’s Wonderful World […]

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The Golfer Watchability Index: Part 4

Catch up on previous Golfer Watchability Index posts: Part One – Part Two – Part Three

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2015 Presidents Cup Thoughts

Team USA continued their domination of the Internationals at the Presidents Cup this week, winning 15.5-14.5 to improve their record in the event to 9-1-1 since its inception in 1994. While the end result wasn’t surprising, what was a bit of a shock was how much fun the week really was, despite the time difference […]

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2015 Presidents Cup: Match Play Records

The 2015 Presidents Cup is set to start tomorrow night from South Korea, where the United States will look to continue their dominance over the Internationals. Team USA holds an 8-1-1 record in this event since its inception back in 1994, but the International side appears to be getting stronger and even though they are […]

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Forecasting the 2015 Presidents Cup: August 19th

The 2015 Presidents Cup is less than two months away, with Team USA and the Internationals set to tee it up at Jack Nicklaus GC in Korea during the second week of October, and both teams are starting to take shape. Since the inception of this event in 1994, Team USA have dominated with a […]

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Open Championship Thoughts

The 2015 Open Championship was so wonderfully weird and awesome. We had the best young American player in decades chasing history, compelling talents trying to climb the major mountain for the first time and a legend said goodbye to the world’s most iconic venue. If that wasn’t enough, we had a weather delay that seemed […]

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2015 WGC-Cadillac Match Play: Records for all 64 players

Match play at the professional level is pretty much impossible to predict. Why? The players are all so good in the pro game that the difference between Rory McIlroy and George Coetzee over one 18-hole sample is pretty much non-existent. Just like we see every March with the NCAA Tournament, upsets happen at a pretty […]

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The best winning storylines for the 2015 Masters

It’s been an insanely good start to 2015 for golf, and as a result, we’ve seen more storylines emerge for the first major of the year than I can remember and that was even before Tiger committed to the event and Phil remembered how to play. So, I decided to take a look at the […]

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Fixing the Pebble Beach Pro-Am

Every year, I look forward to the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am, mostly because the field is usually solid and the courses are gorgeous to look at, but then the coverage comes on and it can honestly feel like a chore to watch the tournament. None of these are new complaints really, but it always just […]

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2015 Preview: Adam Scott

Welcome to the 2015 Golf Preview, where I’ll take a look at selected golfers and examine what to expect over the next twelve months. Today, we look at Adam Scott. The History Adam Scott turned pro back in 2000 at the age of 20, and quickly found success, winning the Alfred Dunhill Championship in January of […]

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