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Volume One Hundred Sixty

Sep. 9, 2008     By     Comments (0)

Hittin' the LinksHello and good day to you golf fans. Hittin' the Links is again coming to you a day tardy this week due to the Newport Cup. I do apologize, but late is better than never.

In this one hundred and sixtieth volume of HTL we see why the Americans seem to always have trouble beating the Europeans, look at some more fixes for the FedExCup, and see where Aaron Baddeley will be spending the next month. Also, we take a new look at the LPGA's recently changed English-only rule, see how Colin Montgomerie plans to get onto the 2014 Ryder Cup Team, check in on Annika's last European tournament, and do an inventory on this week's PGA Tour winner. Read on!

Volume One Hundred Fifty Nine

Sep. 2, 2008     By     Comments (1)

Hittin' the LinksHello and welcome again to Hittin' the Links. HTL is coming to you a little late this week due to Labor Day and the PGA Tour's Monday finish. Hopefully, everyone was able to go out and get in an extra round this weekend.

In this week's edition, we discuss the European Ryder Cup Team, find out what has upset Colin Montgomerie now, and see who David Feherty thinks are the best Ryder Cuppers of all time. Also, we check in on Tripp Isenhour and the hawk incident, see whats up this year in college golf, investigate why Phil got Monday off, and take note of this weeks tour winners. Read on!

Volume One Hundred Fifty Eight

Aug. 25, 2008     By     Comments (0)

Hittin' the LinksWelcome to another edition of Hittin' the Links. So, it's playoff time again: can you feel the excitement in the air? Well, can you? Of course you can, who wouldn't be able to (yawn)? Well at least HTL is here to add to the excitement with a little weekly dose of whats hot on the golfing world wide web.

In this volume, we see who broke Tiger's record of youngest ever U.S. Amateur champion, check in on current FedExCup points leader Vijay Singh, and investigate what happened between the PGA Tour and Westchester Country Club. Also, we learn about Patriot Golf Day, see which European is making a Ryder Cup run, and find out what Nick Faldo said on the air concerning Ryder Cup hopeful, Paul Casey. Read on!

Volume One Hundred Fifty Seven

Aug. 18, 2008     By     Comments (2)

Hittin' the LinksWelcome again to another volume of Hittin' the Links. Even though all the major championships are finished for the year, it has still been an interesting week in the golf. I waded through all that was out there and came up with these nine links. Enjoy.

In this volume of HTL we take inventory at the Women's Canadian Open, see why it took three majors to convince Padraig he was pretty good, and find out why the Champions Tour is feeling kinda Funky. Also, we take a peek at some custom golf carts, check in on Tiger's rehabilitation, find out who won this week's Tour stop, and investigate how a dog can eat a golf ball in mid flight. Read on!

Volume One Hundred Fifty Six

Aug. 11, 2008     By     Comments (2)

Hittin' the LinksHello and welcome to Hittin' the Links. The Final Major of the year is complete, thank goodness we still have the Ryder Cup to look forward to before silly season arrives again. And how about that Padraig Harrington? I guess he was just waiting for Tiger to get hurt so he could win all the majors in his absence. Don't get me wrong though; what he did is impressive.

In this edition, we take inventory at the 90th PGA Championship, see how it has effected the Ryder Cup team, and see why Kenny Perry had to miss out. Also, we see who won Annika's farewell Swedish tournament, find out who Big John is working with now, take note of the toughest Major season yet, and send our condolences to the family of "The Sarge" Orville Moody. Read on!

Volume One Hundred Fifty Five

Aug. 4, 2008     By     Comments (4)

Hittin' the LinksHello and good day to you, Hittin the Links is here again to bring you the week's best in golf. Wow, there were quite a few stories from the golf world this week. I can't remember the last time there were four different tournaments of any consequence going at the same time. This week we had the LPGA playing the British Open, the PGA Tour in both Ohio and Nevada, and the Champions Tour in Colorado at the U.S. Senior Open. It made for a good weekend of watching golf.

In HTL this week, we have links explaining Monty's attitude towards drug testing, looking at the toughest courses in the United States, and seeing how Michelle Wie missed another cut. Also, we see why Hunter Mahan doesn't like the Ryder Cup, find out where Greg Norman will be next April, and we do a full wrap-up of the week's tournaments. Read on!

Volume One Hundred Fifty Four

Jul. 28, 2008     By     Comments (1)

Hittin' the LinksHello and welcome to another edition of Hittin the Links. Has anyone out there seen Michelle Wie's best interests? Because I'm fairly sure her advisors have lost sight of them. Just when you think they have finally got her going in the right direction, she shows up at another PGA Tour event. Well, let's at least hope she remembers to sign her scorecards this time. Both of them.

In this volume of HTL we take a look at what everyone is saying about Michelle Wie's next PGA Tour attempt, investigate why Andrew Giuliani got kicked off the Duke University golf team, and find out what Callaway and Halle Berry have in common. Also, we take a peek at the destination of the week, see why Chris Wood is going pro, and take note of this week's tour winners.

Volume One Hundred Fifty Three

Jul. 21, 2008     By     Comments (1)

Hittin' the LinksGood Day, and welcome to another edition of your beloved weekly Sand Trap column, Hittin the Links. I have again assembled only the best articles from around the web for you viewing pleasure. No boring news here, get ready to get caught up on everything thats golf from around the world, both serious and silly.

In this edition we take a long look at the British Open Championship, find out why Jack thinks the younger crowd is too soft, listen to Sandy Lyle's apology, and investigate why British golf fans are better than the Americans. Also, we like totally see like what happened to like Michelle Wie, examine why Fred Funk is still on the regular tour, take a peek at the U.S. Bank Championship, and gain some appreciation for golf superintendants. Read On!

Volume One Hundred Fifty Two

Jul. 14, 2008     By     Comments (0)

Hittin' the LinksHello again and welcome to this week's, Hittin' the Links. Another week has started and with it another Major Championship. The best players in the world, minus one, have gathered in Britain this week to vie for the Claret Jug and HTL is here to give you links to the important sites.

Also in the volume, we look at the Nationwide Tour and its richest tournament ever, see who took home the biggest chunk of that purse, and investigate why Colin Montgomerie is so darn grumpy. In addition, we see who besides Tiger is taking this week off, check in on the new World Golf Hall of Fame inductees, take a peek at Mickelson's house for sale, and find out who won this week at the John Deere Classic. Read On!

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