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2018 Year In Review: 80-61

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Answering SI’s anonymous player poll questions

Earlier this week, Sports Illustrated conducted an anonymous poll, surveying more than 150 players across the PGA Tour, LPGA Tour and Champions Tour on a variety of issues. They stayed away from the most overrated player question after last year’s result kinda blew up, but they didn’t shy away from some other interesting topics and […]

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The PGA/LPGA Tour agreement

On Friday, there was a “strategic alliance agreement” announced between the PGA Tour and LPGA Tour that should bring many benefits to the LPGA Tour, particularly in the way of the television deal they are looking to sign in a few years. Ron Sirak at Golf World has some further details on what it all means, […]

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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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2014 GIFs of the Year: The Reactions

Over the next two weeks, I’ll be posting my 2014 Golf GIF Roundups, broken down into several ‘Best Of’ categories. Today, we look back at some of the best reactions over the past twelve months. Previous posts: The Shanks, The Laughs, The Rage, and The #TourSauce Last year’s best reaction GIFs As we’ve seen in […]

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Golf GIFs of the Week: June 23rd

Kevin Streelman stole a victory on the PGA Tour this week, while Mikko Ilonen held off some quality challengers to take the Irish Open, but they both took a back seat to the LPGA Tour and the U.S. Women’s Open with Michelle Wie grabbing her first major win. The best moments from the week are […]

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Michelle Wie wins the U.S. Women’s Open

Since Tiger Woods burst onto the scene nearly twenty years ago, it seems like golf has been on a never-ending chase to find the next phenom. Sergio Garcia, Ty Tryon, Charles Howell III, Adam Scott, Anthony Kim, Rory McIlroy and others have all had varying degrees of success, but no one will ever be Tiger Woods. […]

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At 15, Lydia Ko is one of the best in the world

My first round of golf with my own clubs came when I was 15. I had been to driving ranges numerous times, listened to my dad and other family members talk about the game, and I grew up at the beginning of Tiger Woods’ stranglehold over not only the game, but the entire sporting world. […]

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