Archive for September, 2004

todd hamilton leads amex

Yazan: mulligan | 30 September 2004 | Comments Off
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Todd Hamilton shot 6 under and is leading the Amex. Someone still needs to explain to me how this guy did not make the Ryder Cup, but Justin Leonard would have had he won the PGA. Is the British Open just not good enough?



tiger: bad back

Yazan: mulligan | 29 September 2004 | Comments Off
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Tiger has a bad back, so may have to pull out of the Amex. Meanwhile, rumors are flying that he’s set to get married soon in Barbados. Someone’s rented out all 100 plus rooms in one hotel. UPDATE: Well, the cat — er, tiger — may be out of the bag. Barbados news is reporting […]



moe norman: the best ball striker ever?

Yazan: mulligan | 29 September 2004 | Comments Off
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USA Today has an excellent article about Canadian Moe Norman, who just passed away recently. I didn’t know much about Norman until this article. It’s the most interesting golf story I’ve read all year.



the 9.45 million dollar man

Yazan: mulligan | 26 September 2004 | Comments Off
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Was there any doubt? VijaySingh won again this weekend (No. 8), at the 84 Lumber Classic. He’s now set the record for single season earnings, beating Tiger’s record. Vijay has 4 more events to surpass the $10 million mark. At 41 years of age, Vijay deserves tremendous accolade for becoming the No. 1 player in […]



poy: vij at it again

Yazan: mulligan | 24 September 2004 | Comments Off
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Vijay Singh took the lead after the first day of the 84 Lumber. If he wins, he will best Tiger’s single season record for money list earnings. Two more wins and he will tie Tiger’s single season record of 9 victories. Is there any doubt who’s player of the year? Meanwhile, Tiger pulled out of […]



more ideas for the U.S. team

Yazan: mulligan | 21 September 2004 | Comments Off
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In order to make things competitive again, the U.S. Ryder Cup team needs to do things differently. No, we don’t need to draft Mike Weir or Vijay Singh (although that would be very nice if we could). Here are a few more ideas: 1. Selection process: as some have already suggested (see below), we need […]



george white on the ryder cup

Yazan: mulligan | 21 September 2004 | Comments Off
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In his editorial entitled “Difference Is Obvious – Euros Just Better,” George White diagnoses the state of U.S. Ryder Cup golf. Here’s a flavor: “The U.S. has now failed to win in seven of the last 10 matches, and that stretches way back to 1985. It would have been eight of 10 except for that […]




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