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Volume One Hundred Twenty Three

Nov. 26, 2007     By     Comments (2)

The Race to Dubai!

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.

Hole 1: The World's Richest Event
The European Tour announces it will stage the world's richest event, but you'll have to wait until 2009. [Link]

Hole 2: PGA Tour Q-School Update
The PGA Tour Q-School is on to its final stage with both new faces and some old warriors making a run for their cards. [Link]

Hole 3: Q-School Second Stage Results
For those of us that like to keep track of someone in their quest for their card, here are the results from the second stages of Q-School. [Link]

Hole 4: What's Up Duck?!
An Australian golf club is at war with the ducks and the duck lovers. Does anyone else think this sounds like a Bugs Bunny cartoon? [Link]

Hole 5: Couldn't He Have Just Asked to Play Through?
A South Korean man is facing deportation because of a golf course squabble over slow play. [Link]

Hole 6: Ian Poulter's Clothing Line
If khakis and striped golf shirts just don't do it for you, your in luck. Now everyone can look like they got dressed in the dark! [ Link]

Hole 7: Wayne Gretzky to Host Nationwide Tournament
While it's great for the Nationwide Tour, why are Justin Timberlake and George Lopez hosting PGA Tour events yet the Great One is still in the minor leagues? . Link

Hole 8: The Skins Game
Stephen Ames sinks a clutch putt on the 18th hole to win the 2007 LG Skins game. Link

Hole 9: The World Cup
After a valliant effort by the Americans the Scots win in a playoff in China. Link

Discussion

  1. HytrewQasdfg says:

    I noticed the Golf Channel running ads saying "Who wouldn't want to play in Dubai?" The questions should probably be "Who will be allowed to play in Dubai?"

    Dubai (along with the rest of the United Arab Emirates) doesn't allow anyone who is of the Jewish faith to enter to country. Furthermore, if you have ever travelled to Israel (Jewish or not) you are barred from entering Dubai.

    I understand the politics in the middle east are not pretty, but for the European Tour to schedule a major event in a country that openly discriminates on the basis of religion is unacceptable.

  2. Mike says:

    check your facts. Israeli citizens or Israel passport holders are not welcome, but all other Jews are completely welcome in the UAE. Do not spread knowledge that you do not actually have. Go AK

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