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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: 60-41

Previous posts: 100-81 – 80-61

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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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Forecasting the 2018 Ryder Cup: February 13th

So, we’re only seven months away from the Ryder Cup. Now, I know what you’re thinking: talking about potential rosters when we’re still seven months out is ridiculous, and akin to seeing the FedEx Cup Update on the CareerBuilder broadcast, and you’re right! But, even if that’s true, people still love to talk about these […]

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Fifty reasons why golf will be amazing in 2018

2017 was one of the best years golf has had in a really, really long time. The major championships produced incredible winners and drama, the youth movement is in full swing and even Tiger Woods looks like he may be a capable player again going forward. I already wrote a ton about how great 2017 […]

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2017 Year In Review: 30-21

Previous posts: 100-91 – 90-81 – 80-71 – 70-61 – 60-51 – 50-41 – 40-31

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2017 Year In Review: 40-31

Previous posts: 100-91 – 90-81 – 80-71 – 70-61 – 60-51 – 50-41

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2017 Year In Review: 50-41

Previous posts: 100-91 – 90-81 – 80-71 – 70-61 – 60-51

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2017 Year In Review: 70-61

Previous posts: 100-91 – 90-81 – 80-71

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