Volume One Hundred Seventy Two

Pavin’s the man in 2010, Stevie doesn’t think much of Phil, and Annika has her final farewell (we think)

Hittin' the LinksThe snow is falling and that does not lend itself to thoughts of golf, but still Hittin’ the Links stays vigilant scouring the net for golf stories happening in places more weather friendly. The sun is shining somewhere.

In this frigid edition of HTL, we look at Annika’s most recent farewell, check into Corey Pavin’s appointment as Ryder Cup captain, and see what Steve Williams thinks about Phil. Also for your viewing pleasure we investigate the latest Daly faux pas, check out the top 100 players to watch, and do a complete wrap-up of this weeks tournament winners. Read on!

Hole 1: One Long Farewell Tour
Annika ends her career again, this time with a birdie. [Link]

Hole 2: Pavin is the Man in 2010
Corey Pavin is named the next captain of the U.S. Ryder Cup team. [Link]

Hole 3: Steve Williams
Tiger’s caddy gives a little glimpse into the world of Tiger Woods. [Link]

Hole 4: Shark Shootout
Kenny Perry and Scott Hoch hold on to take home some silly season cash at the Merrill Lynch Shootout. [Link]

Hole 5: Alfred Dunhill Championship
Richard Sterne wins at home as he takes advantage of third round leaders collapsing in South Africa. [Link]

Hole 6: Daly Snaps
The John Daly circus made a stop at the Australian Open when he grabbed and smashed a spectator’s camera. [Link]

Hole 7: Deathmatch: Sergio vs. Paddy
The rift between Europe’s golf superstars was finally dealt with during the Ryder Cup. [Link]

Hole 8: Top 100 Players to Watch
PGA Tour preview of the top 100 players to watch. Somehow I think this could have been whittled down to the top 50. [Link]

Hole 9: Australian Open
Tim Clark takes care of business down under with a win at the Australian Open [Link]

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