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Volume Two Hundred Twenty Nine

Mar. 29, 2010     By     Comments (3)

Bay Hill needs some overtime, Finchem shows favoritism, and Couples kicks senior butt!

Hittin' the LinksHello again golf fans, and welcome to another volume of Hittin' the Links. This volume comes before we even have a winner at soggy Bay Hill. You will just have to watch Golf Channel for those results.

In this edition of HTL we begin with a little verbal nothingness from everyone's favorite crackpot Martha Burk, then take a look at Michelle Wie's latest rules gaffe, and investigate some PGA Tour favoritism. Also on tap, we find out at least one person who is happy about Tiger's return, check out the testing department at the USGA, and do a wrap-up of some of the week's events. Read on!

Hole 1: Burk Blah Blah
Martha Burk feels Tiger's return to golf at Augusta is the perfect fit. [Link]

Hole 2: Against the Rules
Michelle Wie had the LPGA Rules Committee come down on her at the Kia Classic. [Link]

Hole 3: Favoritism
Tim Finchem is in a little hot water after writing a letter to sponsors on behalf of Steve Elkington. [Link]

Hole 4: At Least One Person Will Be Happy to See Him
Irishman Rory McIlroy is thrilled about Tiger's return and can't wait to shake his hand. [Link]

Hole 5: USGA Testing
The USGA tests 2500 clubs and 1000 golf balls every year. My question is who gets them when they are finished? [Link]

Hole 6: Chitimacha Louisiana Open
Argentinian Fabian Gomez wins this week's Nationwide Tour event by six shots. [Link]

Hole 7: Kia Classic
Hee Kyung Seo adds another name to the list of Koreans dominating the LPGA Tour. [Link]

Hole 8: Couples Domination
Freddy Couples wins his third Champions Tour event in a row. [Link]

Hole 9: Not Over Yet
Ernie Els holds the lead when play resumes at Bay Hill. [Link]

Discussion

  1. ralph perez says:

    I'd rather watch Elk than Daly

  2. I'm with you on Elk over Daly

  3. bobsuruncle says:

    so what explains why the korean girls are so dominating on the LPGA tour? is it a statement about the KLPGA or the US LPGA in terms of junior development programs, etc? There's more money on the LPGA than the KLPGA so why is it that with all that money, the LPGA can't replenish its aging domestic stars? Come to think of it, its older stars are still shining brightly on the tour - many are mothers several times over !!!

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