Archive for December, 2005

Happy birthday, Tiger!

Yazan: mulligan | 29 December 2005 | Comments Off
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Just a day away before Tiger turns 30, but already the well-wishers are in line. OK, 30 is still young, but to put things into perspective, Tiger’s almost twice as old as Michelle Wie. 1. Christine Brennan, USA Today article. 2. Reuters (London) article 3. And this nice news: Tiger remains richest sports earner 4. […]



The Mickelson report

Yazan: mulligan | 28 December 2005 | Comments Off
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My schedule for the coming year will be very similar to the one I’ve had for the last couple of years, busy early building toward the Masters, prepping for the majors a couple of weeks in advance and of course looking forward to the Ryder Cup and playing for Captain Tom Lehman. I’ve known Tom […]



TGB Reads the Green: Caddy For Life: The Bruce Edwards Story

Yazan: mulligan | 27 December 2005 | Comments Off
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Over the holiday season, I typically read three to four books. Lately, I have read all the books by Dan Brown and the last book I read was Men In Black by Mark Levin. Mostly, I read books from the New York Times Best Sellers list or books from the bargain bin at my local […]



The Tiger Report

Yazan: mulligan | 22 December 2005 | Comments Off
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Oh yea, and I turn 30 on Dec. 30! Although my friends keep reminding me, it hasn’t really sunk in yet. I don’t feel old, but I have been grinding on the PGA Tour for almost 10 years, which is pretty scary. I never thought I’d win 10 major championships in my 20’s because that’s […]



The Golf Blog Awards, 2005

Yazan: mulligan | 18 December 2005 | Comments Off
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The Golf Blog is pleased to announce our 2005 Awards. The runner-ups are indicated in brackets. The Best1. Player of the Year – Annika [RU: Tiger] 2. Rookie of the Year – Paula Creamer [RU: Sean O’Hair] 3. Comeback Player of the Year – Michael Campbell [RU: Monty] 4. Biggest Buzz-Creater of the Year – […]



The Golf Blog Awards, 2005: stay tuned

Yazan: mulligan | 16 December 2005 | Comments Off
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Soon.



PGA season: too long, too boring, too tiring

Yazan: mulligan | 15 December 2005 | Comments Off
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Tiger Woods is skipping the opening Mercedes Championship in January because he needs an “off season,” he says. The guy just finished 2nd to last in his own tournament last week, and must realize that he’s just burnt out. All of this confirms Imgonnapickup‘s earlier analysis (here): the pro golf season is way too long. […]




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