Archive for September, 2005

TGB Go Clubbing: Review of the TaylorMade Rossa Monza Corza

Yazan: mulligan | 30 September 2005 | Comments Off
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I had the opportunity to try the TaylorMade Rossa Monza Corza putter this season, and after putting with it one time, I never went back to my Odyssey 2-ball putter. As I described my golf game in my review of the Taylor Made Rescue Dual TP Model, I am a consistent three handicap and played […]



Random Golf Musings

Yazan: mulligan | 29 September 2005 | Comments Off
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So it has been a good bit of time since my last post. In fact, I am not exactly sure what my last post was, but I’d have to guess it was something about my experience at the LPGA event in Columbus or possibly the Solheim Cup. I am not quite sure why I took […]



USGA rules changes

Yazan: mulligan | 28 September 2005 | Comments Off
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The USGA has approved over 100 rules changes for next year, including allowing GPS or rangefinders at the discretion of the tournament organizers. Beautiful, I love it, new technology. Unfortunately, these changes did NOT make the final cut: 1. Allowing one mulligan per round. 2. Automatic “gimmees” to speed up play if the putt is […]



Last chance: Question of the Month

Yazan: mulligan | 28 September 2005 | Comments Off
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Tiger or Annika, better year? Answer here. Winner takes free dozen golf balls — Titleist ProV1, Nike Platinum One, you name it.



Monday morning quarterback: coulda, shoulda, woulda

Yazan: mulligan | 25 September 2005 | Comments Off
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The President’s Cup ended with the Best Finish Ever. If you missed it (where are your priorities??), you missed high drama and stellar play on both sides culminating in Chris DiMarco’s unforgettable birdie on 18 — he was the last player on the course. More here. With such a competitive and dramatic Cup, there’s little […]



President’s Cup: Best finish ever

Yazan: mulligan | 25 September 2005 | Comments Off
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The U.S. won the President’s Cup, 18.5 to 15.5, but the match was closer than the final score, thanks to miraculous down-the-stretch play from the last two International players Angel Cabrera and Stuart Appleby. They were paired against Phil Mickelson and Chris DiMarco, respectively, the best players on the U.S. team this week. If you […]



President’s Cup: Saturday report card, all tied (11-11)

Yazan: mulligan | 24 September 2005 | Comments Off
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All tied, 11-11. Full leaderboard.Best teams in the President’s Cup1. Robot team: Retief Goosen/Adam Scott, 3-0-1, a real juggernaut. What they lack in personality they make up for in play. Spanked Woods/Couples on the 1st day and did not look back. Only 1 draw, going all square against Leonard/Verplank this morning. But Goose/Scott spanked Leonard/Verplank […]




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