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Volume Two Hundred Ten

Oct. 19, 2009     By     Comments (1)

The Fall Finish continues, the Road Hole gets harder, and Annika is one busy retiree

Hittin' the LinksHello and good day everyone, and welcome again to Hittin' the Links. Golf stories are beginning to become more and more scarce as many people have begun to put away the clubs for the season. But have no fear duffers, I will continue to peruse and deliver throughout the off-season.

For this volume, we start off with a look at the famous Road Hole, find out which are the best courses for business, and check in on what is in store for the Fall Finish. Also on tap we discover Annika's busy retirement schedule, investigate a golf fight, and do a recap of the week's events. Read on!

Hole 1: It Wasn't Hard Enough Already?
The R&A has decided to lengthen the Road Hole for next year's Open Championship. [Link]

Hole 2: Top Courses for Business Golf
Thinking about entertaining that client on the links? Here is a list of the best courses. [Link]

Hole 3: Fall Finish or Fall Start?
The Fall Finish is actually just the start for many players on the Tour and around the world. [Link]

Hole 4: Retirement?
For Annika Sorenstam retirement is awfully busy! [Link]

Hole 5: Fight!
Two Philadelphia brothers' round of golf ended in fisticuffs and a broken nose! [Link]

Hole 6: Nationwide Tour
Chad Collins wins the Miccosukee Championship, the last full-field event of the Nationwide season. [Link]

Hole 7: Westwood Likes Portugal
Lee Westwood ends a two-year winless drought with a win at the Portugal Masters. [Link]

Hole 8: Administaff Small Business Classic
John Cook closes with a solid round to win his third Champions Tour event. [Link]

Hole 9: JT Shriners Hospitals for Children Open
Martin Laird wins the playoff in Las Vegas. [Link]

Discussion

  1. Shane says:

    Hahaha. Love the story about the Fight. City of brotherly love. The best part is that I have my handicap registered at that same course... and I'm not even surprised a little bit.

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