Archive for December, 2006

Jack Nicklaus honors President Ford

Yazan: mulligan | 30 December 2006 | Comments Off
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Jack Nicklaus, one of the honorary pallbearers for President Ford, has paid tribute to the former president: “President Ford was one of seven Presidents I have been fortunate enough to meet, and one of three I have played golf with–George H.W. Bush and Bill Clinton being the others. In fact, it was President Ford who […]



Tiger + Elin expecting 1st child

Yazan: mulligan | 30 December 2006 | Comments Off
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It’s official: Tiger and Elin are expecting their first child. Congratulations! There’s no word on the due date, but this may be the only thing that stops Tiger from winning the Grand Slam in 2007. (more from ESPN)



Happy birthday, Tiger

Yazan: mulligan | 29 December 2006 | Comments Off
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Tiger at 2 Tiger at 30 — not much has changed, still amazing! [Suggestion: play both videos at the same time!]



Take a mulligan: PGA should delay start of 2007 season and stop the silliness

Yazan: mulligan | 29 December 2006 | Comments Off
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Lo and behold, the PGA season for 2007 starts next week in Hawaii. Are you kidding me? I love Hawaii, but didn’t the PGA season for 2006 just end in December? Can you blame Tiger Woods, who just announced today that he’s skipping next week’s Mercedes Championship in Hawaii? The same goes for AWOL Phil […]



Leveraging Ochoa’s big win

Yazan: mulligan | 27 December 2006 | Comments Off
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As mulligan notes, Lorena Ochoa won in a landslide for the AP Sports Woman of the Year. Here is an article about her victory, which includes this bit of trivia: Tiger Woods was voted AP Male Athlete of the Year, the first time since 1993 that the male and female athletes came from the same […]



Tiger and Lorena win top AP Sports awards

Yazan: mulligan | 26 December 2006 | Comments Off
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Tiger Woods edged out Ladainian Tomlinson for AP Sports Man of the Year, while Lorena Ochoa won in a landslide for the AP Sports Woman of the Year. That’s quite an honor for the 24 year old golfer from Mexico. And it’s a coup for golf to capture both categories! We can’t wait until 2007!



Happy holidays, golfers!

Yazan: mulligan | 22 December 2006 | Comments Off
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