Volume Four Hundred Fifty-One

It’s Jason again, Tiger’s back (again), and the U.S. in a stunner!

Hittin' the LinksThere’s just one week left of the 2014-15 PGA TOUR season. Despite missing the cut twice in the FedEx Cup Playoffs Jordan Spieth remains in atop the standings, but Jason Day is closing in.

And in Germany, a possible breach of etiquette lead to a fired up U.S. team rallying from four points back in the Solheim Cup.

Let’s hit the links.

Hole #1: Olé, Olé, O Croissants!
The U.S. Women rallied from a 10-6 deficit and won 8½ points in singles to claim the Solheim Cup in a stunning victory in Germany. A non-concession in four-balls was a motivating factor for the Americans and left Suzann Pettersen playing the part of Natasha Fatale. Don’t mess with the U.S. [Link]

Hole #2: Not Just His Day, Maybe His Year
There’s a new sheriff in town… For the last three months, Jordan Spieth has seemed to have the player of the year race wrapped up. Now Jason Day has won a major, two playoff events, a WGC title, the Canadian Open, and moved to world #1 in that time period. The question may not be resolved after all. [Link]

Hole #3: Tiger’s Back
Tiger Wood’s announced Friday that he has undergone another back surgery and plans to return to the PGA TOUR early next year. Sorry Fry’s Open. The question is, after all the surgery and swing changes, can he return to anything like his old form? [Link]

Hole #4: Broken Skull? No Big Deal
Sam Saunders (who happens to be Arnold Palmer’s grandson) fractured his skull a few weeks back and recovered fast enough to finish T4 last week in the Web[dot]com Playoffs. [Link]

Hole #5: Junior Solheim Goes U.S. Way, Too
The U.S. Team also won the Junior Solheim Cup this week on the “other” course at St. Leon-Rot. [Link]

Hole #6: Top 30 Means So Much
While Jason Day almost ran away with the BMW Championship, there was a lot of drama for those struggling to get inside the top 30 to punch their tickets to East Lake. [Link]

Hole #7: Now That’s Pressure
Larry David says that Jordan Spieth is facing some real pressure in his future. [Link]

Hole #8: No Respect
Tiger Woods goes to Cowboys game and NBC doesn’t notice that the world #1 is sitting behind him. [Link]

Hole #9: Respect
Jordan finally got some love from the “Hook ’em Horns” faithful. [Link]

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