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July 31st Mailbag: Jordan, Rory and Golf Twitter

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April Mailbag: Sergio, Poulter and the best players without a major

Lots of questions this week on a variety of topics. As always, keep the questions coming on Twitter or send them to my e-mail: adamrsarson@gmail.com

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The 18: Wesley Bryan wins at Harbour Town

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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Forecasting the 2016 Ryder Cup: August 22nd

We’re just over a month away from the Ryder Cup, and I’m almost as excited as Paul Azinger is above. This will likely be the last Ryder Cup Forecasting post that I do before the event, as the qualification period ends after the Barclays on the PGA Tour and the Made in Denmark event on […]

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Forecasting the 2016 Ryder Cup: June 29th

Three months. That’s all that’s left before we see the best competition in golf, and the 2016 Ryder Cup is looking like a very intriguing event with lots of new faces to go along with seasoned veterans on both sides. It’s been a couple of months since I last took a look at the rosters […]

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Branden Grace wins the RBC Heritage

Branden Grace fired a 66 on Sunday at Harbour Town, leading to his first PGA Tour win by two shots over Russell Knox and 54-hole leader Luke Donald.

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Big names missing at the Match Play

When you look at the players who are competing in the WGC-Dell Match Play this week, there’s something that sticks out that shouldn’t be surprising to anyone who has been following the game closely over the last year or so. Many of the sixty four teeing it up either have very little or no professional […]

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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 1

If you’re reading this blog, I’m going to go out on a limb and suggest that you’re a golf fan and by extension, it’s a relatively safe assumption that you’re a fan of other sports as well. Sports fans love to debate about who the best players are and why their teams are better than someone […]

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Rickie Fowler wins the Scottish Open

Rickie Fowler made birdie on the final hole at Gullane on Sunday, besting Matt Kuchar by one shot to take the 2015 Aberdeen Asset Management Scottish Open.

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