Volume One Hundred Fourteen

Tiger made East Lake look like Uncle Al’s Pitch and Putt.

Hitting the LinksAfter taking a bit of heat for not watching golf last weekend (the horror!), I sat down and watched Zack Johnson throw up a 60 on Saturday and Tiger Woods giving the rest of the field a beat-down with an eight-stroke victory at the Tour Championship to claim the inaugural FedExCup.

This week, we have several links from the Tour Championship, “choking dogs,” and a golf score that is simply ridiculous.

Hole 1: Woods Wins Yet Again
Tiger Woods toyed with the field and won the Tour Championship and the inaugural FedExCup. Next year maybe he’ll spot the field two events. [Link]

Hole 2: Too Many Cups
You thought this year was a grind, wait until 2008 with the Ryder Cup the weekend after the Tour Championship. [Link]

Hole 3: Keeping the Cup
The U.S. women’s team pounded the Europeans in the singles matches on Sunday to retain the Solheim Cup. Not sure if Dottie Pepper received an invite to the post-round festivities. [Link]

Hole 4: Ms. Foot, Meet Ms. Mouth
Dottie Pepper: Motivational Speaker. [Link]

Hole 5: Blame the U-Grooves
Rees Jones, who renovated East Lake years ago, watched as the PGA Tour’s best fired low number after low number at the Tour Championship. [Link]

Hole 6: Fall Golf
The FedExCup is in Tiger’s hand and the golf season is over, right? Rex Hoggard doesn’t think so. [Link]

Hole 7: Lack of Imagination
Ron Whitten explores several restoration projects of Donald Ross. [Link]

Hole 8: Going Pro
U.S. Amateur winner Colt Knost is turning down a chance to play at the Masters as an amateur. [Link]

Hole 9: You Shot What?
You’ve got to be kiddin’ me. [Link]

1 thought on “Volume One Hundred Fourteen”

  1. Yeah…that 60 was awesome 🙂 !! But like you said, Tiger gave them a wooping anyways! Pretty impressive how Tiger has played this past month!

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