Volume One Hundred Five

I need earplugs when K.J. Choi tees off with his driver. Even from the confines of my living room.

Hitting the LinksK.J. Choi wins for the second time in just over a month as he captures the inaugural AT&T National by playing some steady golf on Sunday afternoon, which was the complete opposite of the gag job third-round leader Stuart Appleby (and a host of others) threw up.

This week we have a recap of the AT&T National, the return of Tiger’s intimidation (maybe), and the love/hate relationship Tour players have with their putters.

Hole 1: Choi Wins Again
The man with the loudest driver wins for the second time in five weeks with a three-stroke margin over the resurgent Steve Stricker. [Link]

Hole 2: Opening Ceremony
Needless to say, the AT&T National’s opening ceremony was quite impressive. [Link]

Hole 3: Golf to the Masses
Thomas Boswell explores the cultural and racial diversity of spectators at Tiger’s tournament. [Link]

Hole 4: Second Home
Jim Furyk had some extra knowledge on his bag this week. His caddie, Fluff, is a member at Congressional. [Link]

Hole 5: Not Like the Old Days
Can Tiger get that intimidation factor back? His buddy, Notah Begay III, thinks so. [Link]

Hole 6: Stats are Dumb
A lively discussion on driving accuracy stats, Bomb & Gouge style. [Link]

Hole 7: Bad Putter
Everybody’s searching for “the perfect putter.” [Link]

Hole 8: Whistling Straits
Brad Bryant won the Senior Open. Let’s drool over the course instead. [Link]

Hole 9: Putting on Concrete
Just what the heck is going on with green speeds these days? [Link]

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