Volume One Hundred Ninety One

Rory gets it done in the Big D, and the ladies say good bye to the Corning Classic

Hittin' the LinksHello and welcome to another exciting edition of Hittin’ the Links. Well the mood was somber this week after the news about Amy Mickelson broke. I think we all wish the Mickelsons all the best and will keep Amy in our thoughts.

In this edition of HTL we find out more about Amy Mickelson’s condition, and find out what the Tour wives are doing in support. Then we look forward to the U.S. Open and more specifically the yardage, see why David Toms had a bitter-sweet weekend, and then do a wrap-up of this week’s tour events from around the world. Read on!

Hole 1: Amy Mickelson
Phil Mickelson has put the PGA Tour season on hold to support his wife in her fight against breast cancer. [Link]

Hole 2: Pink Out
The PGA Tour Wives Association and organizers of The Crown Plaza Invitational at Colonial have planned a “Pink Out” Saturday in support of Amy Mickelson. [Link]

Hole 3: U.S Open Yardage
Mark Long is putting in some long days in his quest for the perfect yardage book at Bethpage Black. [Link]

Hole 4: BMW PGA Championship
Paul Casey birdies the final two holes to win the European Tour BMW PGA Championship. [Link]

Hole 5: You’re Out But You’re In
Despite missing the cut David Toms squeaked his way into the next two majors. [Link]

Hole 6: NCAA Div. 1 Golf Championships
The NCAA Div. 1 Golf Championships begin this week in Toledo, Ohio. [Link]

Hole 7: Goodbye Corning
Taiwanese player Yani Tseng wins the final Corning Classic on the LPGA Tour as Paula Creamer finishes second. [Link]

Hole 8: Champions Tour
Michael Allen wins the first senior major of the season. [Link]

Hole 9: Rory Sabbatini
Rory Sabbatini wins the Byron Nelson Championship by two shots. [Link]

4 thoughts on “Volume One Hundred Ninety One”

  1. Sorry about that but in my defense here is the beginning of the story I linked to:

    CORNING, N.Y. (AP) – The LPGA Corning Classic certainly received a memorable farewell.

    Just when Yani Tseng seemed headed for a playoff Sunday with fellow South Korean Soo-Yun Kang, Tseng watched in amazement as Kang missed a 3-foot par putt on the final hole.

    I guess I am not the only one to make that mistake. Did you alert the writer of that story too?

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