Archive for January, 2004

Golf and Presidential Politics

Yazan: mulligan | 28 January 2004 | Comments Off
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Does it matter to some voters — at least to some golfing voters — whether a presidential candidate plays golf? I must admit that, as an avid golfer, my perception of certain people (and perhaps even my affinity for them) can be influenced by whether they golf. Though votes likely do not turn solely on […]



Promoting women’s pro golf

Yazan: mulligan | 27 January 2004 | Comments Off
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Though Michelle Wie has the potential to transform how people think about women’s professional golf, she will likely do so primarily by playing with the men at their tournaments. For this reason and others, I’ve always wonder whether anyone has thought about staging men’s and women’s pro golf events on the same course at the […]



Phil Mickelson

Yazan: mulligan | 26 January 2004 | Comments Off
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After 19 months out of the winner circle, Phil is finally back, looking fit and more at peace after his wife Amy survived a very difficult pregnancy. Phil won the Bob Hope Classic in a playoff to the very solid Skip Kendall.



michelle wie

Yazan: mulligan | 15 January 2004 | Comments Off
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Michelle Wie has become the youngest player to ever play in a PGA event on the men’s tour. This child prodigy is only 14 years old (though 6 foot tall) and in her first year of high school, yet she is competing at the Sony Open against some of the best male professional golfers in […]




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