Volume Four Hundred Four

The Web [dot] com Tour awarded another 25 PGA Tour cards, the Horschels’ daughter arrived, and… oh yeah, it’s Ryder Cup Week.

Hittin' the LinksWhat a week Billy Horschel had! Just days after winning the TOUR Championship and FedExCup, he sent this tweet:

I’m thinking not very many people have ever had a better week.

The PGA Tour had the weekend off, but there was still plenty of golf news. Not to mention, it’s Ryder Cup Week! The U.S.A. and Euro teams don’t tee off until Friday, but until then, let’s hit the links.

Hole #1: It’s Ryder Cup Week!
Team U.S.A. faces an uphill climb, but maybe that’s a good thing? [Link]

Hole #2: R&A Votes to Admit Women
The Royal and Ancient Golf Club voted this week to allow female members. Welcome to the 20th century, boys. (Yes, we meant 20th.) [Link]

Hole #3: But D.A., You Don’t Need the Points

Hole #4: Coming to the PGA Tour Next Year (or in October)
Derek Fathauer won the Web Dot Com Tour Championship this weekend at the TPC Sawgrass Valley Course. In addition, the last 25 PGA Tour cards were won and the priorities for the 50 cards awarded during the regular season and the playoffs were set. [Link]

Hole #5: Goydos Gets First Champions Tour Win

Hole #6: Hur Second Win
Mi Jung Hur won her second career LPGA title at the Yokohama Tire LPGA Classic in Prattville, Alabama. [Link]

Hole #7: Golf Pictures
Maybe Pinterest isn’t quite as dedicated to recipes and ways to recycle your egg cartons as artwork. [Link]

Hole #8: Don’t Take It Out on the Course, Dude

Bonus: Or Your Clubs…
“I just got this towel from Sam’s. I’m keeping it.” [Link]

Hole #9: U.S. Seeks Redemption
The American squad hasn’t won the Ryder Cup since 2008. They haven’t won on Euro soil since 1993. Time to break a couple streaks? [Link]

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