Archive for March, 2004

monday recap: scott-free and a walk in the park

Yazan: mulligan | 29 March 2004 | Comments Off on monday recap: scott-free and a walk in the park
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PGA: So it was easy to predict Adam Scott would win the TPC after Day 3. He clearly had the most consistent swing, it was just rock solid. For 71 holes, Adam Scott seemed like he was cruising… But the reason I love golf is that things can change in a heartbeat. Just when you […]

great scott!

Yazan: mulligan | 28 March 2004 | Comments Off on great scott!
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There are plenty of interesting stories that could be written today at the TPC. Kenny Perry has his 18 year old son caddying for him. Jerry Kelley, Frank Lickliter, or Kevin Sutherland could claim an important “major” like victory, as could Phil Mickelson. Els and Singh, a Ponte Vedra resident, could add to their already […]

michelle wie in contention

Yazan: mulligan | 27 March 2004 | Comments Off on michelle wie in contention
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The women are playing their first major of the year, the Kraft Nabisco Championship. And look who’s in contention: 14 year old Michelle Wie is only 2 strokes behind the leaders, 17-year old Arie Song and veteran Grace Park. There’s also Karrie Webb at 2 behind the leaders — remember Karrie? She was the David […]

TPC, round 3

Yazan: mulligan | 27 March 2004 | Comments Off on TPC, round 3
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I watched Round 3 of the TPC, although Tiger had finished by the time NBC went on the air. It’s amazing: Tiger’s right back in it, at 4 under par. Too bad he bogeyed the last two holes coming in — his iron shot on 18 was sliced right about 5 rows deep into the […]

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