Archive for January, 2005

tiger hangs on for win

Yazan: mulligan | 24 January 2005 | Comments Off on tiger hangs on for win
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Tiger’s back…well, sort of. Tiger did not have his “A” game or maybe even “B” game, but grinded out a victory, with a little bit of luck on the last hole. Tiger hit his 2-iron approach so bad, it probably should’ve have ended up in the water. It didn’t, though, because the shot was so […]

sorry, dean

Yazan: mulligan | 23 January 2005 | Comments Off on sorry, dean
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Two days ago I pointed out the stellar play of Dean Wilson from Hawaii. Well, I hope I didn’t jinx him. He mistakenly failed to sign his scorecard after the second round and was DQ’d. He said that was the 1st time that ever happened to him as a pro.

fog delay, tiger good play

Yazan: mulligan | 22 January 2005 | Comments Off on fog delay, tiger good play
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For the past two days, fog in the San Diego area has wreaked havoc at the Buick Invitational, causing long delays in the tournament. On Saturday, Tiger Woods only played 6 holes, but he managed to jump into a tie for the lead with Tom Lehman, at -14. The golfers will be going out 7:30 […]


Yazan: mulligan | 21 January 2005 | Comments Off on north-south
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Ryder Cup Captain Tom Lehman showed us all he can still play, shooting a 10-under 62 at the Buick Invitational after birdieing the last six holes. He was playing, though, on the easier North course. Most of the big guns were on the more difficult South course and did not score as well. Ernie got […]

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