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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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The 18: Horschel wins the Nelson

The 18 is a look at eighteen stories from the previous week or so in the world of golf, and they will usually be on stories that I didn’t dedicate a full post towards. Expect a combination of thoughts, GIFs, images and anything else that caught my eye from the past seven days. Some will […]

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The 18: DJ wins in Mexico

The 18 is a look at eighteen stories from the previous week or so in the world of golf, and they will usually be on stories that I didn’t dedicate a full post towards. Expect a combination of thoughts, GIFs, images and anything else that caught my eye from the past seven days. Some will […]

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2016 Year In Review: Part One

Over the past twelve months, golf has been on one hell of a ride. The highs were absolutely dizzying. Young stars have taken over at the top of the game, but players like Henrik Stenson and Phil Mickelson proved that they are far from done. Dustin Johnson finally got his major win, Jason Day had […]

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Who should replace Greg Norman at FOX?

Late on Sunday night, LINKS Magazine reported that Greg Norman was being dumped by Fox after only one year as Joe Buck’s colour man for USGA events and on Monday, the USGA confirmed the news in a press release. Officially, the term used is that the sides “parted ways”, and realistically, it’s possible that Norman wasn’t […]

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Phil Mickelson and Tiger Woods as Ryder Cup captains

During last week’s Presidents Cup, Tiger Woods placed a call to Fred Couples who was in South Korea to help Jay Haas with Team USA. The point of the call? To talk with 2016 Ryder Cup captain Davis Love and offer his services to him as an assistant captain should the 14-time major winner not […]

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Punch Shots: Tiger’s too old for Twitter

Punch Shots is a collection of stories that I didn’t get around to earlier or didn’t fit into another article. I’ll give a link to a larger story and have some quick thoughts below. The last Punch Shots: The Naked Eye Rule Tiger Woods on Twitter: “I grew up in a different era.” Anyone who’s […]

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Punch Shots: Vijay’s lawsuit, Snedeker vs. a Segway and more

Punch Shots will run whenever there are enough stories that I didn’t get around to earlier, or didn’t fit into another article. I’ll give a link to a larger story, and have some quick thoughts below. Phil Mickelson’s new schedule The above link actually needs a bit of an update, as we heard this week […]

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The Tiger Woods/Brandel Chamblee saga

When Tiger Woods speaks, he tends to receive a lot of attention. That doesn’t just stay within the golf world either, as the entire sports scene tends to focus on him whenever he says or does anything. Over the last week or so, many who follow golf closely have been intrigued with comments made by […]

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Webb Simpson runs away in Vegas

Webb Simpson was able to grab the lead after the second round at the Shriners Hospitals for Children Open and he never gave it up, easily strolling to a six-shot win at TPC Summerlin. What Happened Simpson entered Sunday’s final round with a four-shot lead over Web.com Tour graduate Chesson Hadley, and the rookie struggled […]

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