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Volume One Hundred Forty Two

Apr. 28, 2008     By     Comments (0)

Has anyone else seen the rest of the LPGA Tour?

Hittin' the Links Well, have you? Rumor has it the rest of the LPGA tour passed a hat around last week in order to collect enough money to pay Lorena Ochoa to finally take a week off. Just kidding of course, but one thing seems to be true: there's Lorena then there's everybody else.

That aside, welcome again to Hittin' the Links, the best little column on the web with which you can quickly get caught up on all that's golf. So, all you squanderers of company time sit back relax, and read on.

In this volume we start off taking a look at Tadd's big day, put an end to a silly rumor, check in on the Cookie Lady of Hilton Head, and see what happens when prairie dogs invade your golf course. Also, we take a peek at Tiger's watch, congratulate Darren Clarke on returning to the winner's circle, and check in on the rest of the tours around the world.

Hole 1: Fujikawa Wins
Pint-sized professional Tadd Fujikawa had two professional firsts: his first made cut and his first win.[Link]

Hole 2: Let's Finally Put This to Rest
Phil Mickelson did not lose a costly bet to members of the Augusta National Golf Club. [Link]

Hole 3: Prairie Dog Problems
A Utah golf course is up to its eyeballs in prairie dogs and some want it to stay that way. [Link]

Hole 4: The Cookie Lady of Hilton Head
The Cookie Lady of Hilton Head and her crumbs caught they eye of golf writer Gary VanSickle. [Link]

Hole 5: The Professional Golf Watch
Tag Heuer has teamed up with Tiger to invent a watch that is comfortable to play golf in. [Link]

Hole 6: Clark Wins in Shanghai
Irishman Darren Clarke finds his way back to the winners circle for the first time since losing his wife to cancer. [Link]

Hole 7: Watson and North Win Legends
The team of Tom Watson and Andy North win the Liberty Mutual Legends of Golf by a shot. [Link]

Hole 8: Sorenstam Bests Creamer
Annika shows some competitiveness of old holding off paula Creamer at the Stanford International. [Link]

Hole 9: What a Putt!
Adam Scott drains a huge putt to win the Byron Nelson in extra holes. [Link]

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