Archive for August, 2004

olympics, part 2

Yazan: mulligan | 25 August 2004 | Comments Off on olympics, part 2
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Padraig Harrington supported the idea of having golf in the Olympics, as did Davis Love III. Harrington thought it could be a 5th major, while Davis thought the amateurs should play in it. Anyway, you heard the idea here first. UPDATE: Ron Sirak of Golf World has just joined the debate in favor of including […]

ernie the disconsolate

Yazan: mulligan | 25 August 2004 | Comments Off on ernie the disconsolate
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Ernie Els, who played horribly at the NEC, appears to be demoralized from losing all 4 majors this year. My advice: get over it, and move on.

comments from Anonymous

Yazan: mulligan | 23 August 2004 | Comments Off on comments from Anonymous
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One of our readers posted this comment, defending Tiger from naysayers who post on our blog. It was a very thoughtful post that I thought deserved everyone’s read because there are nothing like empirical facts to shed light on arguments: “Anti-Tiger comments by media and fans are growing old. You people will find something to […]

stewart cink

Yazan: mulligan | 23 August 2004 | Comments Off on stewart cink
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Apparently, Stewart Cink likes playing after the majors. All of his tour victories have come the week after a major. Stewart won the NEC by 4 strokes (at -11), besting Tiger Woods and Rory Sabbatini who tied for 2nd. So, if I’m not mistaken, Stewart, Tiger, and Sabbatini all play Nike clubs. This may be […]

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