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Volume One Hundred Thirty

Jan. 28, 2008     By     Comments (0)

Hand Me My 5 Iron, And A Snow Shovel!

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.

Hole 1: Tilghman Returns
Kelly Tilghman returns to her post on the Golf Channel with another apology. [Link]

Hole 2: Snow Golf
A new rage for the climate challenged golfer, snow golf! [Link]

Hole 3: For The Golfer Who Has Everything
Just in time for the upcoming season, Redan Golf introduces the Emergency Beverage Cart Golf Scope. [Link]

Hole 4: Tiger Wins and Joins Some Elite Company
Tiger Woods laps the field at the Buick Invitational in route to his 62nd victory, joining the great Arnold Palmer on the all time wins list. [Link]

Hole 5: Pate Wins At Turte Bay
Jerry Pate negotiates the winds in Hawaii for his second Champions Tour win. [Link]

Hole 6: Scott Takes Qatar Masters
Adam Scott shoots a final-round 61 to win the Qatar Masters. [Link]

Hole 7: Dunlap Starts His Season Off Strong in Panama
PGA Tour veteran Scott Dunlap starts his Nationwide Tour season off with a bang. [Link]

Hole 8: Golf is Big Business
A new study shows golf's impact on the U.S. economy to be almost $200 Billion. [Link]

Hole 9: Mickelson Finds High Point At Buick
Mickelson ends on a high point at Torrey Pines despite getting smoked by 13 shots by Mr. Woods. [Link]

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