Archive for June, 2010

The Golf Blog: Will Tiger Woods ever regain 2000 dominating form?

Yazan: mulligan | 23 June 2010 | Comments Off
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The Golf Blog says: The dust is settling on Pebble Beach. After flashes of absolute brilliance on Saturday, especially the 3-wood from behind 2 trees on the 18th hole, Tiger Woods faltered like the rest of the field on Sunday. Yes, Tiger appeared to be no better, no different than the rest of the field. […]



The Golf Blog: Was Butch Harmon the biggest loser on Sunday at the U.S. Open?

Yazan: mulligan | 23 June 2010 | Comments Off
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The Golf Blog says: Butch Harmon must have been shaking his head as he saw his star pupils disintegrate on Sunday at the U.S. Open. First, Dustin Johnson gave up 6 shots in a matter of the first 4 holes, after having a pretty sizable 3 shot lead. Dustin tried to hit left handed and […]



The Golf Blog: Why in the world did Dustin Johnson try to hit left-handed at US Open?

Yazan: mulligan | 21 June 2010 | Comments Off
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The Golf Blog says: There’s a difference between playing smart golf and stupid golf. Smart golf involves taking calculated risks only when necessary, but otherwise playing to one’s own strengths. Stupid golf involves taking unbelievably high risks even when not necessary and even though they don’t fall within one’s own strengths. Well, on Sunday on […]



The Golf Blog: Phil Mickelson sorry to squander chances in first 7 holes at US Open on Sunday

Yazan: mulligan | 21 June 2010 | Comments Off
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The Golf Blog: Tiger Woods second guesses club selection, himself, + caddy Stevie Williams

Yazan: mulligan | 21 June 2010 | Comments Off
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The Golf Blog says: Coulda, shoulda, woulda. Tiger Woods, clearly frustrated after his final round, blamed 3 “mental errors” for costing him the tournament. In his statement, he did disagree with one club choice by Stevie Williams, but it’s not clear if he was blaming Stevie for that selection.



The Golf Blog: Interview with US Open champ Graeme McDowell

Yazan: mulligan | 21 June 2010 | Comments Off
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The Golf Blog: How Ernie Els lost the U.S. Open after leading it

Yazan: mulligan | 20 June 2010 | Comments Off
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The Golf Blog says: After 3 birdies in the first 6 holes, Ernie Els soon found himself tied for the lead at -3 with Graeme McDowell. But then a bogey on 9 put a slight halt in Ernie’s momentum. Walking back to 10 tee, Ernie brought back the driver and 3-wood. Not sure which club […]




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