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Volume One Hundred Thirty One

Feb. 4, 2008     By     Comments (6)

Hittin' the LinksHello everyone. I hope this finds you all well and ready to take on the upcoming week. Let me also take this opportunity to congratulate the Giants for a fantastic upset, and console all the New England Cheaters, errr, Patriots fans. I can't believe it happened either. At least you Bostonians still have your beloved Red Sox.

What a week to be in Arizona. If you couldn't find something to do in Phoenix this weekend you have some serious social problems. In this volume of Hittin' the Links we take in some of that fantastic Phoenix weekend, look in on Mr. "Unbeatable" Woods in Dubai, and drop in on some of the PGA Tour's equipment vans. Also in this edition, we find out why golf is not boring, check in down under at the Women's Australian open, and get our weekly Nationwide Tour report.

Volume One Hundred Thirty

Jan. 28, 2008     By     Comments (0)

Hitting the LinksGood Monday morning to you all from The Sand Trap and Hittin' the Links. We are again on the job bringing you the very best that the golf media has to offer. Think of us as your personal golf story locating service.

In this volume we take a glimpse at Kelly Tilghman's return and subsequent apology, contemplate how good Tiger really is after his nine-shot victory in San Diego, and look in on Adam Scott and the nifty 61 he shot in Qatar. Also, we surveil snow golf, take a look at a ridiculous golf gadget, and peruse some other tournament winners from around the golf world.

Volume One Hundred Twenty Nine

Jan. 21, 2008     By     Comments (0)

Hitting the LinksHappy Martin Luther King Jr. Day. I hope this edition of Hittin the Links finds you with a day off or even a chance to play golf. There's no better way to start off the week than with a holiday!

In this edition we ask what in god's name were the Golfweek editors thinking, welcome back Vince Cellini to Golf Channel, and congratulate D.J. Tahan for his win at the Hope. We take a look at the opening week on the Nationwide Tour and with 65% of the PGA Tour being a Nationwide graduate we ask who's the next star? Also off the web, we peruse the results at the Women's World Cup and Champions Tour, see what you get for a hole in one on the European Tour, and check in again with American Ryder Cup captain Paul Azinger.

Volume One Hundred Twenty Eight

Jan. 14, 2008     By     Comments (1)

Hitting the LinksGood Monday to you, I hope everyone had a great golfing weekend. Hittin' the links is here to help get you by until you can tee it up again on Saturday.

In this edition we look at Choi's wire-to-wire win at the Sony, the PGA Tour's new goofy cut policy, and the fate of Tadd Fujikawa. Also on the menu, we examine a 16-year-old phenom from Japan, contemplate the way the Aussies throw a golf tournament, and congratulate a Tour veteran on the birth of his twin boys. Read on!

Volume One Hundred Twenty Seven

Jan. 7, 2008     By     Comments (0)

Hitting the LinksWe awaken from our holiday rest and Hittin' the Links is back on the job bringing you the best stories of the past week and the young PGA Tour season. I hope this finds all of you ready to take on the new year.

In this edition we say hurray to the 2008 PGA Tour seaon without the distraction we like to call "Michelle," we look at the third non-golfer to be awarded the USGA's Highest award, and congratulate the AP Female Athlete of the year. Additionally, we contemplate a lack of talent on the LPGA Tour, peruse the next contestants on The Next Big Break, take a look back at the year 2007, and see who won the first PGA tour tournament of the year.

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.

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