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The 18: Hadwin, Cantlay and the API

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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The 18: DJ wins in Mexico

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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The 18: Fowler’s Honda Classic win

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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2016 Year In Review: Part Ten

Previous posts: Part One – Part Two – Part Three – Part Four – Part Five – Part Six – Part Seven – Part Eight – Part Nine

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2016 Year In Review: Part Six

Previous posts: Part One – Part Two – Part Three – Part Four – Part Five

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On the USGA, the Rules of Golf and HD cameras

On Sunday at CordeValle, Brittany (not Bethany) Lang won the U.S. Women’s Open, defeating Anna Nordqvist in a three-hole playoff. It’s Lang’s second career win on the LPGA Tour and her first major, but unfortunately, her win is being overshadowed by another USGA rules issue just a few weeks after Dustin Johnson was penalized at […]

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Thoughts on the 2016 US Open

Dustin Johnson won the 2016 U.S. Open on Sunday at Oakmont, holding off a group of quality contenders and the stupidity of the USGA en route to a four three shot victory over Jim Furyk, Scott Piercy and Shane Lowry. Here are my takeaways from the week.

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Who should replace Greg Norman at FOX?

Late on Sunday night, LINKS Magazine reported that Greg Norman was being dumped by Fox after only one year as Joe Buck’s colour man for USGA events and on Monday, the USGA confirmed the news in a press release. Officially, the term used is that the sides “parted ways”, and realistically, it’s possible that Norman wasn’t […]

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Thoughts on the 2015 U.S. Open

It was a pretty crazy week, wasn’t it? So much happened at Chambers Bay that instead of trying to wrap up just the final round, I’m going to post some thoughts in point form and we’ll see how long it gets. Also, please make sure that you read both Kyle Porter and Shane Ryan on […]

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Joe Buck, Greg Norman and how Fox can make it all work

When Fox announced that they had acquired the rights to all USGA events for twelve years beginning in 2015, the biggest talking point was who was going to replace NBC’s Dan Hicks and Johnny Miller as the broadcast team for the U.S. Open. It appears that we now have our answer, as Fox superstar Joe […]

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