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10 under

Yazan: mulligan | 31 July 2004 | Comments Off
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19 year old Minea Blomqvist of Finland shot the lowest round ever in a women’s major: 10 under, 62 at the British Open. Incredible. To make 62, Minea sunk a 60 footer on the last hole! It was her second 62 in 3 weeks. The course must have been playing somewhat easy by the scores, […]



buick open

Yazan: mulligan | 31 July 2004 | Comments Off
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Wow! Here’s the leaderboard at the Buick Open: Vijay Singh -18 John Daly -16 Tiger Woods -15 Carlos Franco -15. Need we say more? Don’t miss the final round on Sunday.



Martha Burk gets settlement of $120,000

Yazan: mulligan | 30 July 2004 | Comments Off
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Not every likes Martha Burk, but, in our country, she has a right to free speech. The Eleventh Circuit found the City of Augusta violated her right by trying to prevent her protest of Augusta National. Now, the City of Augusta has settled the lawsuit for $120,000 to pay Burk’s attorney costs. This is a […]



McGwire Misses the Cut…

Yazan: mulligan | 29 July 2004 | Comments Off
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For those sports fans out there, Mark McGwire received a special invitation to play in The Western Amateur, which is one of the largest/best amateur golf tournaments in the country.  Unfortunately for Mark, he did not make the cut after shooting rounds of 82-76. Duke to-be Junior Nate Smith from California is leading at 6-under […]



tiger and yahoo!

Yazan: mulligan | 29 July 2004 | Comments Off
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Speaking of adventure, Tiger struck a deal with Yahoo! Sports to provide exclusive postings.  Seems fitting because Yahoo runs a fantasy golf league sponsored by Buick, one of Tiger’s endorsements. One of our readers said he plays fantasy golf (and won with Carlos Franco’s win last Sunday).  Is fantasy golf any fun? 



Adventure Golf Anyone?

Yazan: mulligan | 28 July 2004 | Comments Off
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“Andre Tolme has just finished a round of golf with an eagle on the 18th hole. But his score was 506 [for the hole].” reads a article from ESPN.com.  Andre’s golf course was the country of Mongolia which was over 1,234 miles long, which he estimated to have a par of 11,880. He apparently played the course a total of 290 […]



Titleist Rules the US Junior

Yazan: mulligan | 27 July 2004 | Comments Off
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I read on PGATour.com that “A Titleist ball was used by 153 out of the 156 players at the U.S. Junior Amateur Championship last week.” That is Ridiculous!! Personally, I’ve played Titleist my entire life.  Don’t exactly know why, but I’ve tried other balls and Titleist has always had the “Tiffany’s” of golf ball.  Currently it is […]




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