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Volume One Hundred Seventy Nine

Feb. 23, 2009     By     Comments (2)

Phil Mickelson finds his game, Tiger is back, and argyle is cool again?

Hittin' the LinksTiger is back! Tiger is back! Hey Sand Trappers, in case you haven't heard yet, Tiger Woods is again playing golf professionally. Jeez, next to the inauguration this news has to be the biggest story of the year. We do love our Tiger Woods, and here at Hittin' the Links I am no different. I mean I am as happy as anyone to see Eldrick again, but there are other things going on in the golf world.

Speaking of other things, HTL is again on the job bringing you the best golf stories from around the world. In this volume, we first get Tiger's return out of our systems, then we turn our attention to an amateur champion at the Johnnie Walker Classic, and check out some golf fashion. Also, we see how Mickelson did at Riviera, look into Freddy's sad week, and do a recap of the rest of the events around golf. Read on!

Hole 1: We Missed Him Oh So Much!
Tiger Woods is set to return, and its scary how much we missed him. [Link]

Hole 2: Golf Fashion
The long time staple of golf fashion, the argyle print, is seeing new life. [Link]

Hole 3: Sad Week for Freddy
Fred Couples puts himself in final group on Sunday after learning of the death of his ex-wife. [Link]

Hole 4: That's One Good Amateur
U.S. Amateur Champion Danny Lee wins the Johnnie Walker Classic. [Link]

Hole 5: Curious Cat?
Tiger says he is as curious as everybody else on what will happen upon his return. [Link]

Hole 6: College Golf
USC holds a slim lead over Georgia in the NCAA Men's Golf rankings. [Link]

Hole 7: Last Minute Heroics
Loren Roberts birdies the final hole to win the Champions Tour ACE Group Classic. [Link]

Hole 8: Olympics Again
The International Golf Federation (IGF) has submitted a formal bid to be included in the 2016 Olympics. [Link]

Hole 9: Mickelson Finds His Game, Well For the Most Part
Phil Mickelson avoids a meltdown to claim victory at Riviera. [Link]

Discussion

  1. dox says:

    I clicked through to the college golf rankings and was hoping to find some coverage rather than statistical rankings. Do you know who covers college golf on a regular basis? Even just a 'week-in-review' would be very interesting.

  2. Danny says:

    I clicked through to the college golf rankings and was hoping to find some coverage rather than statistical rankings. Do you know who covers college golf on a regular basis? Even just a 'week-in-review' would be very interesting.

    That link is to golfweek which IMO has the best coverage of college golf. While there is no "Week in review" they have many stories on college golf. You will have to navigate around somewhat to find them but they are there.

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