Archive for September, 2008

Take a mulligan: final thoughts on Ryder Cup 2008

Yazan: mulligan | 23 September 2008 | Comments Off
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1. Best player: Ian Poulter was absolutely sick, like a man possessed, playing all 5 matches and going 4-1, the best record of any player. He putted lights out. He played with passion. And to think, the nimwits in Europe questioned his selection by Faldo. 2. Worst player: Padraig Harrington went 0-3-1. As Johnny Miller […]



Boo Weekley riding himself at Ryder Cup

Yazan: mulligan | 22 September 2008 | Comments Off
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We love you, Boo, but this is so wrong.



Two (unfair?) thanks for the US victory in the Ryder Cup

Yazan: mulligan | 22 September 2008 | Comments Off
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1. Thanks to Nick Faldo for assembling a European team/line-ups that in part helped the US overcome recent Ryder Cup demons. (The Euro press agrees.) 2. Thanks to Tiger Woods for staying home. Though it’s unfair to blame Tiger for the uninspired efforts of US teams since he first joined, it is hard not to […]



Ryder Cup interviews

Yazan: mulligan | 21 September 2008 | Comments Off
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Click here for videos Apparently, the Kentucky crowd said some nasty things to Lee Westwood. It was “shameful.”



Ryder Cup: US wins

Yazan: mulligan | 21 September 2008 | Comments Off
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My commentary and predictions follow the matches about which I have something to say. The pairings are very tight, some could finish “all square.” But assuming all the matches had winners, my predictions on paper would end up giving the Ryder Cup to the Europeans. In a tie: 14-14, after winning 7 of the 12 […]



Ryder Cup live on the Internet

Yazan: mulligan | 19 September 2008 | Comments Off
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Michelle Wie scoring well at Q-School

Yazan: mulligan | 18 September 2008 | Comments Off
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