The Golf Blog: Jordan Spieth sets 36-hole record at Masters with -14, gaining 5-shot lead

mulligan, 11 April 2015, Comments Off
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-14 Jordan Spieth
-9 Charley Hoffman
-7 Justin Rose, Paul Casey, Dustin Johnson
-6 Phil Mickelson
-5 Ernie Els
-4 Bill Haas, Kevin Na, Ryan Moore
-3 Angel Cabrera, Jason Day, Hideki Matsuyaman, Mark O’Meara, Louis Oosthuizen, Charl Schwartzel, Adam Scott
-2 Sergio Garcia, Tiger Woods, Rory McIlroy, Patrick Reed, Bubba Watson, Russell Henley, Danny Willett



The Golf Blog: Tiger Woods’s short game is back on track, no yips at Masters

mulligan, 09 April 2015, Comments Off
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The Golf Blog says: Tiger Woods had 63 days to fix his short game. Former coach Hank Haney (who himself has the driving yips) wrote an article harping about how Tiger had the “yips.” Many others doubted that Tiger could fix his short game woes.

We thought Tiger Woods would fix his short game problems, given how great his short game was for most of his career. Plus, he had over 2 months of practice (without tournament play) to devote to getting his short game back on track. Well, we were right. If Tiger had the yips as Hank Haney claimed, Tiger’s fixed them.



The Golf Blog: Jordan Spieth shoots 64 (-8) to take 3-shot lead at Masters

mulligan, 09 April 2015, Comments Off
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-8 Jordan Spieth
-5 Ernie Els, Charley Hoffman, Justin Rose, Jason Day
-4 Sergio Garcia, Russell Henley
-3 Ryan Palmer, Bill Haas, Paul Casey

Other notables
-2 Phil Mickelson, Dustin Johnson, Patrick Reed
-1 Rory McIlroy, Tom Watson, Bubba Watson
+1 Tiger Woods



The Golf Blog: Tiger Woods looks happier than ever as he readies for Masters

mulligan, 08 April 2015, Comments Off
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The Golf Blog says: Tiger Woods looks happy and relaxed, perhaps like he’s never been before. After ending any discussion about the chipping yips with his repeated display of his short game during the practice rounds before the Masters (his short game looks back to normal), Tiger Woods has also smiled, joked and hugged old friends like Mark O’Meara and Steve Stricker. It’s a new old Tiger.

Tiger said he worked his “a–” off from sunup to sundown. We wouldn’t be surprised to see Tiger in contention this week. He looks ready.



The Golf Blog: The old Tiger Woods returns to Masters in practice round with Mark O’Meara

mulligan, 07 April 2015, Comments Off
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The Golf Blog says: Tiger Woods’s reunion with Mark O’Meara is a good sign. Tiger has never missed a cut at the Masters. Keep that in mind.



The Golf Blog: JB Holmes’s final round 64 spurs to victory after 3-way playoff at Shell Houston Open

mulligan, 06 April 2015, Comments Off
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The Golf Blog: Lexi Thompson on cover of Golf Digest

mulligan, 04 April 2015, Comments Off
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