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Volume One Hundred Twenty Six

Dec. 17, 2007     By     Comments (2)

Hitting the LinksHello, welcome all you wasters of company time. Hittin' the Links is here to give you something interesting to read so you don't have to do all the pesky work stuff. This week has been a particularly interesting one with lots of good stories and events to keep even the biggest company man perusing the Internet. Remember: never do today what can be put off until tomorrow. Procrastinators Unite!

In this volume we delve into drug testing (again!), dish a couple of Shark updates, discuss the Els meltdown, and check in on the Target World Challenge. In lighter news, we investigate the Montgomerie-Faldo feud and the alleged beatdown of a golf ball pilferer.

Volume One Hundred Twenty Five

Dec. 10, 2007     By     Comments (0)

Hitting the LinksAs the holidays creep closer and closer, Hittin' the Links would like to wish everyone a Merry Christmas and safe Holiday season. I also wish you all the new golf equipment you have on your list.

In this edition we investigate The Masters, Elin Nordegren's lawsuit, golf course robberies, and Jim Furyk. Also we take a look at this week's silly season event, a new professional golf tour, a golf marathon, and how The Grateful Dead helped win a golf tournament. Read on!

Volume One Hundred Twenty Four

Dec. 3, 2007     By     Comments (1)

Hitting the LinksIn these cold months Hittin' the Links will try to warm up your day with a helping of golfs finest stories. Remember it's less than four more months until spring!

In this issue we contemplate advice from Jack, retirements, a super senior, and a young Aussie who wants a piece of Tiger. We also take a closer look at the LPGA and PGA Tour Q-Schools. Read on!

Volume One Hundred Twenty Three

Nov. 26, 2007     By     Comments (2)

Hitting the LinksNow that we all have our stomachs full, we look forward to the Christmas holiday and all those fun free money events. Will Tiger come out of hibernation? Will Phil put down the drumstick long enough to to pick up a sand wedge? Read on.

In this edition of Hittin' the Links we contemplate the European tour's attempt at equaling their American counterpart, Q-School, tournament hosts, and the Skins Game. On the lighter side we investigate duck damage, sassy South Koreans, and Ian Poulter's clothing line.

Volume One Hundred Twenty Two

Nov. 19, 2007     By     Comments (0)

Hitting the LinksGood Monday to you! Hittin' the Links is here to help you fill the void before Turkey Day.

In this week's edition we will ponder the PGA Tour/Justin Timberlake connection, talk about the LPGA handing out its largest payday of the season, The Ryder Cup, and the official 2008 Tour schedule. Also, we look at the logic behind the PGA Tour's new drug testing policy. See below!

Volume One Hundred Twenty One

Nov. 12, 2007     By     Comments (0)

Hitting the LinksHello, we've returned again with a new author but the same look. So sit back, wanderers of the Web, for Hittin' the Links is back again.

This week's installment covers The Super Sunday in Phoenix, a crowd favorite in poor health, Silly Season, dapper dressers, and daddy's little boy who just wants to make a name for himself.

Volume One Hundred Twenty

Nov. 5, 2007     By     Comments (0)

Hitting the LinksAfter a one-week break, Hittin' the Links is back for your work-avoiding pleasure. So grab a cup of coffee and a donut and enjoy this week's installment.

This time around, we have several links from the Children's Miracle Network Classic presented by Wal-Mart, Justin Rose winning the European Order of Merit, and Natalie Gulbis ditching the bikini.

Volume One Hundred Nineteen

Oct. 22, 2007     By     Comments (0)

Hitting the LinksMike Weir has played some good golf of late and that continues as he wins for the first time since 2004 at the Fry's Electronics Open. And I tip my hat to the participants in the Kabul Desert Classic. Playing there take some serious guts.

This week, we have several links from the Fry's Electronics Open, The First Tee celebrates a birthday, and sometimes missing a cut can be a life saver.

Volume One Hundred Eighteen

Oct. 15, 2007     By     Comments (0)

Hitting the LinksLorena Ochoa continues her domination of the LPGA Tour as she wins the Samsung Championship for her seventh victory of the year. She also takes Player of the Year honors for the second year in a row.

This week, we have several links from the Open, Lorena Ochoa's seventh win of the year, and a story about John Daly's balls. Golf balls, that is.

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