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Volume Two Hundred Forty Two

Jul. 19, 2010     By     Comments (1)

Ricky goes orange for the Scots, the Europeans look tough, and Tommy Gainey gets a new nickname

Hittin' the LinksHello and welcome to another edition of Hittin' the Links. I hope everyone enjoyed watching the British Open as much as I did. There is something about watching golf at St. Andrews, its like no other golf course on earth.

In this newest volume of HTL we begin by looking again at Ricky Fowler's wardrobe choice, the peruse the real top 10, and look at some celebrity golf. Also we check out Tiger's putter of choice, find out what Monty thinks of his possible Ryder Cup team, and do a wrap-up of the week's events.

Hole 1: Orange Man!
Ricky Fowler broke out the orange outfit again in the final round of the Open Championship. [Link]

Hole 2: The Real Top 10
Forget the official World Golf Rankings, here is the unofficial top 10 players in the world. [Link]

Hole 3: Celebrity?
Billy Joe Tolliver wins the celebrity golf American Century Championship, beating several real celebrities. [Link]

Hole 4: Sorry Nike!
After making the Nike folks very happy by switching to a Nike putter tiger went back to his Scotty for the final round of the Open Championship. [Link]

Hole 5: Looking Good
European Ryder Cup Captain, Colin Montgomery, has to like what he sees from his possible team members. [Link]

Hole 6: Looking on the Bright Side
Paul Casey is looking at the positive side of his Sunday Collapse at the Old Course. [Link]

Hole 7: Tommy Two-Wins
Tommy "Two Gloves" Gainey gets his second win of the season on the Nationwide Tour. [Link]

Hole 8: The Other Tournament
Matt Bettencourt wins the Reno-Tahoe Open on the PGA Tour. [Link]

Hole 9: British Open
27 year-old Louis Oosthuizen stuns the golf world with a runaway victory at the Open Championship. [Link]

Discussion

  1. John Roethel says:

    While I enjoyed the television coverage of the Open (the overhead plane views were amazing), I cannot imagine playing that course on a regular basis. The weather stinks and the course routing is like a miniature golf course. The result of most shots is simply the luck of how the ball bounces around in the mounds.

    There is no way to tell if you are any good if you play the Old Course a couple times a week. A pro can shoot 63 one day and 80 the next.

    I prefer to play a course where good shots are rewarded and bad shots are not. That way I can tell if I am improving or not.

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