Archive for March, 2004

harmon and leadbetter on Tiger

Yazan: mulligan | 31 March 2004 | Comments Off
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You may have missed it, but over the weekend and Monday, both Butch Harmon and David Leadbetter were asked to comment on Tiger’s swing “problems.” Harmon was interviewed by NBC during the telecast of Sunday’s victory by Adam Scott, his current star pupil. Harmon graciously said a few good words about how Tiger had helped […]



daly in, duval out

Yazan: mulligan | 30 March 2004 | Comments Off
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So John Daly made the Masters. David Duval, however, has decided to sit this year’s out, to find his swing and enjoy his marriage to his new bride, a mother of three. It is interesting to compare the careers of Daly and Duval. Daly has won 2 majors, and Duval, just 1 (although Duval more […]



Duke’s Other Dynasty

Yazan: mulligan | 29 March 2004 | Comments Off
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The Duke Blue Devils are known for their basketball program and Cameron Indoor Stadium and having one of the worst college football programs in the country. However, many people don’t know, Duke’s women’s golf program has been on one of the most impressive runs in college golf history. Having won 7 consecutive tournaments, the No. […]



Daly Makes the Masters

Yazan: mulligan | 29 March 2004 | Comments Off
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John Daly will be playing in the Masters after finishing in the top 10 on the money list after the Player’s Championship. I’m glad that he has finally be able to turn his game and life around and now is reaping the benefits. The course should be a good fit for his game and “grip […]



monday recap: scott-free and a walk in the park

Yazan: mulligan | 29 March 2004 | Comments Off
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PGA: So it was easy to predict Adam Scott would win the TPC after Day 3. He clearly had the most consistent swing, it was just rock solid. For 71 holes, Adam Scott seemed like he was cruising… But the reason I love golf is that things can change in a heartbeat. Just when you […]



great scott!

Yazan: mulligan | 28 March 2004 | Comments Off
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There are plenty of interesting stories that could be written today at the TPC. Kenny Perry has his 18 year old son caddying for him. Jerry Kelley, Frank Lickliter, or Kevin Sutherland could claim an important “major” like victory, as could Phil Mickelson. Els and Singh, a Ponte Vedra resident, could add to their already […]



michelle wie in contention

Yazan: mulligan | 27 March 2004 | Comments Off
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The women are playing their first major of the year, the Kraft Nabisco Championship. And look who’s in contention: 14 year old Michelle Wie is only 2 strokes behind the leaders, 17-year old Arie Song and veteran Grace Park. There’s also Karrie Webb at 2 behind the leaders — remember Karrie? She was the David […]




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