Archive for August, 2004

wild finish at Jeld-Wen

Yazan: mulligan | 31 August 2004 | Comments Off
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It was a wild finish at the Jeld Wen Championship on Sunday. Craig Stadler had the championship fall in his lap after he birdied 18 and everyone else seemed to find a way to fall out of the lead. The most amusing spectacle was Peter Jacobsen trying to hit his ball, while standing in the […]



Euro Ryder Cup: old and young

Yazan: mulligan | 31 August 2004 | Comments Off
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Bernhard Langer went with experience and youth, selecting veteran Colin Montgomerie and rookie Luke Donald. Joining them will be: Padraig Harrington Sergio Garcia Darren Clarke Miguel Angel Jimenez Lee Westwood Thomas Levet Paul Casey David Howell Paul McGinley Ian Poulter



across the pond

Yazan: mulligan | 27 August 2004 | Comments Off
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Across the pond, the BMW International is going on, with Retief Goosen with the first round lead at -6. John Daly and Colin Montgomerie are one stroke back, at -5. It’s a big week for Monty and Luke Donald, who are trying to make the Ryder Cup as captain’s picks. Should Bernhard Langer pick them, […]



3 — check that, 4 buicks?

Yazan: mulligan | 26 August 2004 | Comments Off
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Buick must think that golf is a good investment. Today, it’s hosting its 4th tournament of the year, the Buick Championship in Connecticut (fomerly the Greater Hartford Open). If you recall, Buick also had the Buick Invitational at Torrey Pines (which John Daly won) , the Buick Classic (which Sergio Garcia won), and the Buick […]



olympics, part 2

Yazan: mulligan | 25 August 2004 | Comments Off
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Padraig Harrington supported the idea of having golf in the Olympics, as did Davis Love III. Harrington thought it could be a 5th major, while Davis thought the amateurs should play in it. Anyway, you heard the idea here first. UPDATE: Ron Sirak of Golf World has just joined the debate in favor of including […]



ernie the disconsolate

Yazan: mulligan | 25 August 2004 | Comments Off
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Ernie Els, who played horribly at the NEC, appears to be demoralized from losing all 4 majors this year. My advice: get over it, and move on.



comments from Anonymous

Yazan: mulligan | 23 August 2004 | Comments Off
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One of our readers posted this comment, defending Tiger from naysayers who post on our blog. It was a very thoughtful post that I thought deserved everyone’s read because there are nothing like empirical facts to shed light on arguments: “Anti-Tiger comments by media and fans are growing old. You people will find something to […]




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