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David Duval won’t play at the Humana Challenge

In 2013, David Duval not playing in a PGA Tour event should hardly qualify as news, but last night, he dropped some info on Twitter that surprised many in golf circles.     Now, the reason this is important is because the Humana Challenge, formerly known as the Bob Hope Classic, is where Duval fired […]

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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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Why firing Sean Foley would be the worst thing for Tiger Woods

At this point, I thought that we were done with the “What’s Wrong with Tiger Woods” stories. Surely, that horse has been bludgeoned to the point of no return over the last three years. As I wrote back in June, Woods is basically in a no-win situation at this point. The expectations are staggeringly high. […]

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Lee Westwood fires caddie Billy Foster

The relationship between a golfer and his caddie is one of the more interesting dynamics in professional sports. A few years ago, you never would have expected the amount of vitriol between Tiger Woods and Steve Williams, and despite what they say publicly right now, they wouldn’t be caught dead around each other. If you […]

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Jim Furyk’s reputation as a closer

Winning golf tournaments is difficult, despite what Tiger Woods has made it look like for the last fifteen years. Four days of playing against the world’s best on the toughest courses out there explain why a good majority of professional golfers never win a pro tournament. Tommy Gainey won his first PGA Tour event this […]

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Rory McIlroy leaving Titleist; joining Nike next?

The worst kept secret in golf is finally official, as world number one Rory McIlroy will not be renewing his sponsorship deal at the end of this season with Acushnet (Titleist and Footjoy), making him free to sign with any company he chooses. The rumours have been swirling around McIlroy for months for two reasons: […]

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Mark Wiebe’s profanity laced tirade

Raise your hand if you’ve ever been on the golf course and done something stupid. Okay, now raise your hand again if after doing that stupid thing, you proceeded to hurl obscenities at the ball, you club and maybe even your playing partner, who happened to hole out from the greenside bunker, without a bounce. […]

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Interview with Golf Canada’s Morgan Bell

Last week, I had the chance to talk with Morgan Bell. Morgan’s a former professional golfer from PEI, who played for the University of Montevallo in Alabama. Currently, she’s working for Golf Canada as the organization’s Sport Development Communications Coordinator. We touched on many subjects in the interview, including her start in the sport, her […]

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Vijay Singh’s underrated 2004 season

Image  by  TourProGolfClubs    There’s been a lot of talk in recent weeks on the PGA Tour about Vijay Singh. The three-time major winner turns 50 years old early next year, making him eligible for the Champions Tour. Singh, for what it’s worth, says that he has no interest in teeing it up full-time against the […]

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