Mike Weir has played some good golf of late and that continues as he wins for the first time since 2004 at the Fry’s Electronics Open. And I tip my hat to the participants in the Kabul Desert Classic. Playing there take some serious guts.
This week, we have several links from the Fry’s Electronics Open, The First Tee celebrates a birthday, and sometimes missing a cut can be a life saver.
Hole 1: Weir Wins
Mike Weir wins for the first time since 2004 at the Fry’s Electronics Open. [Link]
Hole 2: Danger Zone
The Kabul Desert Classic might be the most difficult tournament to play in the world. [Link]
Hole 3: Hot vs Not
Alan Shipnuck explores what is hot and what is not. [Link]
Hole 4: More Bling for Card
The price to keep one’s PGA Tour card keeps going up. [Link]
Hole 5: Cup Tweaks
The FedExCup might be getting a few tweaks for 2008. [Link]
Hole 6: Second Chance
Nationwide Tour player Erik Compton missed the cut at the Albertsons Boise Open. No big deal except that in doing so, may have saved his life. [Link]
Hole 7: Bye, Bye John?
Has John Daly’s work habits and nighttime habits finally caught up to him? At least one person thinks so. [Link]
Hole 8: Happy Birthday
The First Tee celebrates its first ten years. [Link]
Hole 9: Better Days?
Michelle Wie thinks better days are in her future. Enjoying Stanford and telling her parents to take a hike would be a good start. [Link]