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Punch Shots: The Naked Eye Rule

Punch Shots is a collection of stories that I didn’t get around to earlier or didn’t fit into another article. I’ll give a link to a larger story and have some quick thoughts below. The last Punch Shots: Jarrod Lyle’s comeback and John Daly at the Ryder Cup The New “Naked Eye” Rule This was […]

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Fox obtains rights to the U.S. Open

Shocking news out of Fox and the USGA tonight, as it’s been announced that Fox will be taking over USGA broadcast rights, signing a 12-year deal that starts in 2015. The deal covers the U.S. Open, the Women’s U.S. Open and the Senior U.S. Open, as well as international team competitions and amateur events. Quotes […]

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Justin Rose wins the U.S. Open

Justin Rose was able to outlast the competition and the brutal layout of Merion as manipulated by the USGA to win the 2013 U.S. Open.   What Happened   Several players had control of this tournament on Sunday, but as usual at the U.S. Open, that didn’t mean anything until the final stretch of holes. […]

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Should anchored putters be banned?

It’s been a few months since the USGA and R&A jointly announced their plans to ban the anchoring of putters, as is their apparent right as the gatekeepers of the Rules of Golf. Ever since the ban was announced, it was assumed that even though the major tours may not agree with the decision, that […]

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Unrealistic expectations dog Tiger at Olympic

This story was posted on ScoreMobile on June 18th, 2012. It is no longer available on ScoreMobile, but similar golf features will be posted there frequently. Check out http://m.thescore.com/pga/news for more info. Photo  by  Keith Allison    By Adam Sarson (Score Media)   The story felt so familiar.   Tiger Woods heading into Father’s Day weekend […]

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