Overton sets a speed record, Johnson breaks the rules, and Germany is celebrating
Hello there golf fans and welcome to the latest edition of Hittin’ the Links. Hey what a finish to the 2010 PGA Championship. It went right down to the wire, the best finish to a major this year by far. Congratulations to Martin Kaymer, 2010 PGA Champion.
In this volume of HTL we begin with a look at the automatic qualifiers to this year’s U.S. Ryder Cup team, then turn our attention to the latest scandal, and find out what record Jeff Overton set at the PGA Championship. Also, we investigate the Pavin-Gray fight, look at Dustin Johnson’s controversial penalty, and do a wrap-up of some of the weekends events. Read on!
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Maybe Phil doesn’t want to be #1, because he sure played like #2
Hello again golf fans and welcome to another edition of the weekly column, Hittin’ the Links. So what do you think is up with Phil Mickelson? Tiger practically handed the world’s number one spot over to him on a silver platter this weekend only to see Lefty self destruct again. Maybe Phi is just happy being number two. Only Phil knows the answer.
In this week’s HTL we begin with a look at Sergio’s vacation, then turn our attention to Tiger’s latest stellar tournament effort, and take peek at this week’s PGA Championship. Also on tap, we investigate the latest in legal battles, find out whats up with Lee Westwood, and do a wrap-up of the week’s events. Read on!
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Did I ever think we’d see the day where we discuss a 59 and a 57 in the same HTL? Uh, no.
Hello and good day golf fans and welcome again to Hittin’ the Links. It was yet another busy weekend for the golf spectator, Women’s British Open in the morning, Mens Senior U.S. Open, or The Greenbrier Classic in the afternoon. There’s nothing like a full day of golf coverage.
In this edition of HTL we begin with a look at Tiger’s schedule, then turn our attention to the teenager who went low, and find out when Anthony Kim is returning to the PGA Tour. Also on tap, we answer some important golf questions, look at some Middle East golf, and do a wrap-up of the week’s events. Read On!
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Ricky goes orange for the Scots, the Europeans look tough, and Tommy Gainey gets a new nickname
Hello 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.
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The wind is back at St. Andrews, Tiger is teeing it up with Justin Rose, and #1 eludes Lefty once again
Good day to you golf fans, and welcome to yet again another volume of Hittin’ the Links. It’s British Open Week, the week where all Americans have to wake up at the crack of dawn in order to watch the action live. I know I have my alarm set for 6:30am.
In this edition of HTL we begin with a peek at Tiger’s first round pairing, find out what showed up at St. Andrews, and investigate Matt Every’s brush with the law. Also on tap we look at Watson’s bid for a repeat performance, see what distance is doing to the British Open rotation, and do a recap of the week’s events. Read on!
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Tiger shoots 79, Westwood is injured, and Cristie Kerr talks motherhood
G’Day Sand Trappers and welcome to another edition of Hittin’ the Links. HTL is coming to you a little late this week due to our nation’s birthday, but better late than never I always say.
In this volume we start with a look at who is injured, find out who is listening to their biological clock, and check out the British Champions Challenge. Also on tap, we find out who made the field at St. Andrews, look into what Tiger shot in a recent pro-am, and do a wrap-up of the week’s events. Read on!
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Ryan Moore hates golf, Bubba finally gets to the winner’s circle, and Faldo says call me
Good day golf fanatics and welcome again to the little column we like to call Hittin’ the Links. Anyone else out there as happy to see Bubba Watson finally win on Tour as I am? I really get a kick out of watching him play. Good for him and congratulations on his first Tour victory.
In this newest edition of HTL we begin by investigating why Ryan Moore hates golf, then find out what’s up with Seve Ballesteros, and see whats new with Torrey Pines. Also on tap we check out the club pro championship, look at the Monty-Faldo spat, and do a wrap-up up of the week’s events. Read on!
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Daly sues a children’s charity, Jack and Annika want the Olympics, and the Americans win the Curtis Cup
Good day Sand Trap readers and welcome to another edition of Hittin’ the Links. Its back to back wins on Tour for the English. Congratulations to Lee Westwood for his second Tour win. It was 12 years ago when he last won on the PGA Tour, I didn’t even realize he was that old, man time flies!
In this newest volume of HTL we begin with a peek at who plays with Tiger for the first two days of the U.S. Open, find out what John Daly is up to now, and peruse the field for the 2010 U.S. Open. Also on tap, we see where Annika and Lorena are teeing it up, investigate what Jack and Annika are teaming up to do, and do a wrap-up of a couple of the week’s events. Read on!
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Tiger hands out a bunch of souvenirs, Lefty hits it off the cart path, and Justin Rose takes home the hardware
Hello again golf fans and welcome to Hittin’ the Links. What is really up with Ricky Fowler’s wardrobe? Does he get paid extra to show up on the golf course looking like an orange construction barrel? Does Puma actually sell that ensemble in pro shops around the country? To each their own, but you would think they could at least find him a hat that fits, the one he wore all week looked like he had borrowed it from his older and obviously larger brother.
Anyway, in this newest edition of HTL we begin with a look at Tiger’s victims, find out what Tom Lehman learned from John Wooden, and investigate Lefty’s 15th hole on Sunday. Also, we check out the USGA’s change of heart, take a peek at a heck of a graduation trip, and do a wrap-up of the weeks events. Read on!
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