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WGC-Accenture Match Play: Round of 64 Preview

Starting on Wednesday, 64 of the world’s best golfers will tee it up in the 15th annual WGC-Accenture Match Play Championship at the Ritz-Carlton Golf Club, a Jack Nicklaus-designed course at Dove Mountain in Marana, Arizona. It’s a bracket format, with 32 head-to-head matches taking place on Wednesday and finishing on Sunday. The only players […]

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2013 Hyundai Tournament of Champions Betting Preview

There really isn’t an off-season anymore when it comes to golf. Events with big names were still being played a couple of weeks ago, with the European Tour opening their 2013 season in South Africa on December 8th. The PGA Tour’s 2013 schedule commences this week, with the winners only Hyundai Tournament of Champions from […]

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Five predictions for the 2013 golf season

  Trying to predict outcomes in sports is usually a foolhardy exercise. As easy as Nate Silver made predictions look earlier this year, it really isn’t that simple. With that said, I’m going to lay out five things that I expect will happen in the world of golf in 2013. Feel free to look back […]

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Ryder Cup Review: Final grades and thoughts from Medinah

  Photo by  proforged  The 2012 Ryder Cup is in the books, and even though I’m sure Europe is still celebrating their massive comeback victory, here are my final grades for each player, along with some parting shots about the event as a whole. I’ll start with Team USA, followed by Team Europe. Team USA Captain […]

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Moments abound as Europe makes Ryder Cup comeback

Photo by  proforged  Every once and a while, something happens in the world of sports that’s unexplained. Something that you don’t expect to happen, and yet, against all odds, the world’s best athletes are elevated to gods and reduced to mere mortals. Late on Saturday at the Ryder Cup, Ian Poulter gave us a small example […]

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Poulter channels Seve at Medinah

 Photo by  Keith Allison    There have been times at the 2012 Ryder Cup when things have looked bleak for the European side. There was the morning session on Friday where Phil Mickelson and Keegan Bradley made pretty quick work of Luke Donald and Sergio Garcia. Friday afternoon was bad too, as the Americans won three […]

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Analysis of Friday’s Ryder Cup foursomes

Photo by  Mike F.    The pairings for the morning session of the 2012 Ryder Cup were just announced, and boy, Europe looks like they will have the advantage heading into Friday afternoon. Full matchups with my thoughts are listed below. Note that these are the foursome matches, where players will alternate shots on each hole. […]

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