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In this one hundred and sixty first volume, we first take in all that is great about the U.S. Ryder Cup victory. After that, we see what else was going on on the PGA Tour, see how it goes in Michelle Wie’s quest for an LPGA Tour card, and find out who has again fallen victim to those dangerous golf cart accidents. In addition, we check in on the ailing Tom Watson, see who missed too many cuts to be eligible for the Vardon trophy, and take a peek at whats left on the PGA Tour schedule. Read on!
Hole 1: The Ryder Cup Is Back!
In strong fashion the American team snatches the Ryder Cup back from the Europeans. [Link]
Hole 2: Just A Little More Ryder Cup
After years of diappointment and poor play the young American team finally had some magic. [Link]
Hole 3: A little Overshadowed
There still was a PGA Tour event this week and Will MacKenzie won it. [Link]
Hole 4: Get Your Wallet Out Mr. Volunteer
The Ryder Cup is such a money maker that they even charge their volunteers to work, to the tune of almost $800,000. [Link]
Hole 5: Michelle Wie
Michelle Wie cruises through the first step to earning her LPGA Tour card. [Link]
Hole 6: Too Many Missed Cuts
Padraig Harrington was both disappointed and surprised to find out he couldn’t compete for the Vardon Trophy. [Link]
Hole 7: PGA Tour Schedule
Take note of the remaining tournaments on this year’s PGA Tour Schedule. [Link]
Hole 8: Watson Out
Tom Watson is out for the remainder of the Champions Tour season to undergo hip replacement surgery. [Link]
Hole 9: I Told You Golf Was a Dangerous Sport
St. Louis Blues Defenseman Erik Johnson will miss the first few days of training camp with a golf cart injury. [Link]