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Volume One Hundred

May. 28, 2007     By     Comments (0)

Hitting the LinksRain delays stink for television viewing and poor Rory didn't have Tiger around to spout off about. Oh well, he gets a nice plaid jacket to add to his wardrobe for his troubles.

This week we have a recap of the Crowne Plaza Invitational at Colonial, a top-ten list you do not want to be on, and a par three on which you need to hit driver.

Volume Ninety-Nine

May. 21, 2007     By     Comments (0)

Hitting the LinksSure, the one weekend in which I didn't watch any golf we have the Cinderella story that is Zach Johnson winning again, Lorena Ochoa continuing to dominate the LPGA Tour, Padraig winning on his home turf, and Seve making his debut on the Champions Tour. I need TiVo!

This week we have a recap of The AT&T Classic, an Irishman winning the Irish Open, and and some numbers to make your head spin.

Volume Ninety-Eight

May. 14, 2007     By     Comments (0)

Hitting the LinksI know the PGA Tour guys play for a ton of money and that this is their livelihood and all, but man do they play slow. The biggest culprit to slow play in the United States might be watching Tour players and their pre-shot routines. Just hit the ball!

Good drama with Sean O'Hair matching Lefty down the stretch until he hit a couple of balls that needed life preservers on the most over-hyped hole in golf. And just what the heck is up with Sergio and his relief drops?

This week we have a recap of The Players, the Michelob Ultra Open, and a gracious display of charity.

Volume Ninety-Seven

May. 7, 2007     By     Comments (0)

Hitting the LinksThe Wachovia served up some double and triple bogeys down the stretch to make Tiger's latest victory quite entertaining. And not to gloat (ok, maybe a little) but I had Steve Stricker on my team in our fantasy golf league (along with Mr. Woods).

This week we have a recap of the Wachovia Championship, the SemGroup Championship, and the double standard that exists on the PGA Tour.

Volume Ninety-Six

Apr. 30, 2007     By     Comments (1)

Scott Verplank won the Byron Nelson, Silvia Cavalleri held off Lorena Ochoa at the Corona Morelia Championship, and a few guys are miffed about Phil Mickelson skipping the pro-am last week.

All important, but we have bigger fish to fry: curbing the proliferation of slow play at a golf course near you. So quit pacing off your yardages, pick up that fourth putt, and remember that your pre-shot routine does not have to last longer than any of The Lord of the Rings movies.

This week we have some causes and cures and an etiquette refresher to speed up your round and make it more enjoyable.

Volume Ninety-Five

Apr. 23, 2007     By     Comments (0)

Yet another Nationwide Tour graduate takes his winning ways to the big leagues.

This week we have a recap of the Zurich Classic of New Orleans, Phil gets another coach, and we explore a cure for your banana ball.

Volume Ninety-Four

Apr. 16, 2007     By     Comments (0)

Well, productivity will take a hit in corporate America as the final round of the PGA Tour's Verizon Heritage will be played today due to some atmospheric circulation on Sunday. Also, just what the heck is going on at the LPGA Tour the last few weeks? You do not want to be the leader going into the Sunday round.

This week we have a recap of the Verizon Heritage (sort of), the collapse at the Ginn Open, and needy Sergio.

Volume Ninety-Three

Apr. 9, 2007     By     Comments (1)

Hittin' the LinksThe kid from Cedar Rapids, Iowa showed some big heart and deft putting down the stretch as he carded a final-round 69 to win the coveted green jacket at the 2007 Masters Tournament.

This week we have recaps of the Masters, the Masters, and the Masters.

Volume Ninety-Two

Apr. 2, 2007     By     Comments (0)

Hittin' the LinksThe group of Adam Scott, Stuart Appleby, and Jeff Maggert looked like me and my playing buddies during the final round as, one after another, they deep-sixed their golf balls on #18.

This week we have a recap of the Shell Houston Open, a meltdown at the Kraft Nabisco, and what Phil is serving for dinner at the Masters.

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