The Golf Blog: Bowditch wins Byron Nelson, where he had wedding pictures

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The Golf Blog: Rory McIlroy’s new girlfriend Erica Stoll; “I am very happy in my love life,” says Rors

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The Golf Blog: Phil Mickelson practices at Chambers Bay, US Open site

mulligan, 29 May 2015, Comments Off
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The Golf Blog says: Phil Mickelson practiced for three and a half hours at Chambers Bay near Tacoma, in preparation for the US Open. He had his short game coach Dave Pelz on hand. Love the shorts on Phil!



The Golf Blog: Rory McIlroy shoots 80 at Irish Open–ouch

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The Golf Blog: Rory McIlroy sets course record 61 at Quail Hollow

mulligan, 17 May 2015, Comments Off
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The Golf Blog says: Rory McIlroy had 11 birdies and was thinking the magical 59. Twas not meant to be. Rory had to settle for a 61. He leads (-18) the Wells Fargo Championship by 4 shots, with Webb Simpson at -14.



The Golf Blog: Jordan Spieth thankful Masters win wasn’t a dream

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The Golf Blog: A new era in golf, Jordan Spieth ties Masters record at -18, matching same mark by Tiger Woods at 21 years old

mulligan, 12 April 2015, Comments Off
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The Golf Blog says: Today had the same feeling back in 1997 when Tiger Woods won the Masters at age 21, setting the record at -18 at the Masters. 18 years later, Jordan Spieth, who is also 21, tied Tiger’s record of -18. A bogey on the 18th hole cost Spieth the all-time record (-19). Just like 1997, there’s a palpable feeling of a changing of the guard in golf. The young guns are taking over. In 1997, it was Tiger taking over from Greg Norman and a cadre of other world class golfers (and, in a way, putting an end to the Nicklaus era). When we look back to 2015, it may well be Jordan (and Rory) taking over from Tiger Woods and a cadre of other world class golfers (Phil Mickelson, Ernie Els, and others). Jordan rules.

The excitement this week was great for golf. Phil Mickelson and Justin Rose tied for second at -14. Rory McIlroy was fourth at -12, shooting an impressive 66 on Sunday. Tiger Woods couldn’t get anything going and ended up with a final round 73.




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