Archive for February, 2005

michelle wie, 2nd place

Yazan: mulligan | 28 February 2005 | Comments Off
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Michelle Wie finished 2nd at the SBS Open in Hawaii, 2 strokes back of Jennifer Rosales. She’s getting closer.



The Accenture Matchplay… Too Difficult to Predict?

Yazan: mulligan | 26 February 2005 | Comments Off
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After three days of the Accenture Matchplay, thegolfblog.com bracket challenge for the Public Interest Law Foundation is already complete. None of the 6 participants have any players left. Thus, the results are as follows: Jasholn1 – 56Oakhaven – 49Extractor – 48ASUGolf – 46Lost Cause – 45FloJo – 39Mulligan – 38 The results are based upon […]



friday massacre: tiger, vijay, phil ousted

Yazan: mulligan | 26 February 2005 | Comments Off
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Carnage, no better word to describe it. I didn’t see any of it, but Tiger, Vijay, and Phil were all ousted in the second day of match play (rounds 2 and 3). Phil lost to David Toms, who has made it to the final before. Vijay’s never made it past the second round, so maybe […]



accenture match play

Yazan: mulligan | 23 February 2005 | Comments Off
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The Accenture Match Play has been delayed until Thursday, due to what else? The rain. Two-time defending champion Tiger Woods will have a tester in the first round: Nick Price. If given the chance to close out Tiger, Nick will unlikely pull a “John Rollins,” who was beating Tiger last year until the very end […]



rain, rain, go away

Yazan: mulligan | 21 February 2005 | Comments Off
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Maybe Retief Goosen knew about the bad weather because it looks like he didn’t miss anything by being DQ’d. The Nissan Open has been drenched with rain. Only 36 holes have been completed. Chad Campbell and Adam Scott are tied at -9, with a host of others chasing. Tiger’s at -5. Leaderboard here. They’re going […]



wake up call

Yazan: mulligan | 16 February 2005 | Comments Off
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Retief Goosen didn’t get his wake-up call and missed his 6:40 am tee time in the Pro-am at the Nissan Open. Consequence: Retief’s been DQ’d from the entire tournament. Harsh. The tournament should have cut the guy some slack (unless they are hoping to reduce Tiger’s competition, so he can draw big ratings on Sunday). […]



nissan open

Yazan: mulligan | 16 February 2005 | Comments Off
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The Nissan Open begins on Thursday at Riviera Country Club in LA. Mike Weir is 2-time defending champion. Here’s one amazing tidbit about this tournament (formerly the LA Open). In 1952, the tournament host defied the PGA’s ban on black golfers and invited former heavyweight champion Joe Louis to play. I saw a clip of […]




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