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Volume Three Hundred Nineteen

Jun. 25, 2012     By     Comments (0)

Hey you, hiding clubs in the bushes is against the rules!

Hittin' the LinksIt was a little steamy in Connecticut this week when play began at the Travelers Championship. High nineties with humidity over 50% wore out several players including Bubba Watson who admitted he was a tad tired during his second-round 71. Hot beats cold though as far as I am concerned; I hate playing golf in a parka.

In this edition of Hittin' the Links we begin by looking at why 87 players made the cut at the Travelers Championship, then find out what made Hunter Mahan's Sunday so special, and investigate what love's got to do with it. Also, check out the caddy banned from the European Tour, see why Webb Simpson will be absent from the British Open, and do a wrap-up of the events from around the world. Read on!Hole 1: Thank You Card?
18 Players picking up a paycheck this week owe their good fortune to Brian Gay. [Link]

Hole 2: Mahan
Hunter Mahan's Sunday 61 had a heartwarming conclusion. [Link]

Hole 3: Love's Got Nothing to Do With It
Rory McIlroy's sweetie, Caroline Wozniacki, says their relationship has nothing to do with both of them falling from their #1 rankings. [Link]

Hole 4: Banned
Jose Manuel Lara's caddy has been banned indefinitely for trying to hide a 15th club. [Link]

Hole 5: Baby Beats British
U.S. Open Champion Webb Simpson will skip the British Open to be home for the birth of his child. [Link]

Hole 6: Car vs. Golf Ball
Have you ever seen a car catch a golf ball in the air? Now you have! [Link]

Hole 7: Women's Pub links
Kyung Kim wins the U.S. Women's Pub Links Championship. [Link]

Hole 8: BMW International Open
Danny Willett wins in Germany in a playoff. [Link]

Hole 9: Manulife Financial LPGA Classic
Brittany Lang gets win number one in Canada. [Link]

Hole 10: Retirement Tour
Mark Calcavecchia takes home a little Canadian cash at the Montreal Championship. [Link]

Hole 11: Travelers Championship
Australian Marc Leishman wins the Travelers Championship with a fantastic final round. [Link]

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