Archive for December, 2004

past year, new year

Yazan: mulligan | 26 December 2004 | Comments Off
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The Golf Blog would like to thank all of our readers for a great year. You’ve made it loads of fun to comment on the major events in golf, including Phil finally breaking through and Vijay taking over No. 1. We learned a lot from many of your comments, so much so that we even […]



holiday wishes from tiger

Yazan: mulligan | 22 December 2004 | Comments Off
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From Tiger’s email: “I think the biggest thing I learned this year was a better understanding of the golf swing. I always say if youre not trying to get better, youre standing still, and people are passing you by. Thats why I changed my swing. Youre always learning, tinkering around and trying new things. That’s […]



the duff challenge: daly and hoch

Yazan: mulligan | 20 December 2004 | Comments Off
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The Golf Channel will air on Tuesday night at 10 p.m. a 2-man best ball tournament. John Daly and Scott Hoch will team up to play against a field of amateur golfers, who will play with their handicaps. Should be fun.



tiger on track

Yazan: mulligan | 15 December 2004 | Comments Off
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Tiger’s talking like he is about to make another run. Stevie Williams, his caddy, notices the bounce in Tiger’s step. And now, Tiger’s finally talking to the press about his swing changes, admiting that Hank Haney’s his coach. Jaime Diaz of Golf Digest has a candid and truly fascinating interview with Tiger. This is absolutely […]



tiger wins 2 in a row

Yazan: mulligan | 12 December 2004 | Comments Off
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Tiger won his own tournament, the Target World Championship, going back to back with his win in Japan. It was a near flawless final round 66, that put him at -16. Paddy Harrington finished 2nd at -14. Congrats to Tiger for donating all of his tournament winnings ($1.25 million) to his charity, the Tiger Woods […]



tiger and butch

Yazan: mulligan | 09 December 2004 | Comments Off
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George White has an excellent editorial on the inexplicable falling out between Tiger and Butch. Here’s a taste: “The everlasting question remains this one – why did he decide to change swing coaches when he had what might have been the most effective swing of all time? Reason screams that there must have been a […]



tiger tied for lead

Yazan: mulligan | 09 December 2004 | Comments Off
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Tiger’s tied for the lead at his tournament, at -3. Bigger news: he says that he and Elin plan to have kids soon.




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