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Forecasting the 2016 Ryder Cup: February 9th

At the end of September, Davis Love III will lead twelve of the best American golfers in the world against Darren Clarke’s European side in the 2016 Ryder Cup at Hazeltine. The biennial event has been incredibly one sided in recent years, with Europe winning the last three events and eight of the last ten. […]

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Golf GIFs of the Week: January 11th

Live golf is back, and so are the GIFs of the Week. Only two events to cover from the past few days, but we had some good action on the European Tour at the South African Open and in Hawaii with the PGA Tour’s Tournament of Champions.

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Jordan Spieth dominates the Tournament of Champions

What Happened Jordan Spieth carried a five shot lead over Brooks Koepka going into Sunday at Kapalua, and even though I don’t think anyone really expected him to be caught, the way that Spieth went about running over the field was incredible to watch and the most amazing thing about it might be that he […]

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2015 Year in Review: Part Six

Previous posts: Part One – Part Two – Part Three – Part Four – Part Five

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Golf GIFs of the Week: December 7th

So, it’s been a little while since I’ve done one of these. Nine months? Didn’t think it was that long, but in any case, the Golf GIFs of the Week are back! It was a busy week too, with the Australian PGA, Tiger’s event at Albany and two sneaky good events with the Asian Tour’s Ho […]

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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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Phil Mickelson’s Presidents Cup spot

” I wish we could pick twenty five guys. “

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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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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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Matt Every repeats at Bay Hill

Matt Every overcame a four shot deficit on Sunday at the Arnold Palmer Invitational, topping Henrik Stenson to win at Bay Hill for the second consecutive year.

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