Volume One Hundred Three

Better golf equipment technology becomes the scapegoat yet again.

Hitting the LinksHunter Mahan and Jay Williamson provided some great entertainment as well as some bonus coverage on Sunday as they battled down the stretch at the Travelers Championship.

This week we have a recap of the Travelers Championship, the Wegmans LPGA, and a reversal by Mr. Finchem of the sudden need for drug testing on the PGA Tour.

Hole 1: Mahan Wins
Hunter Mahan defeated Jay Williamson in the first playoff hole at the Travelers Championship for his first PGA Tour victory. [Link]

Hole 2: Travelers Photos
Just a few pictures of the Travelers Championship for you to peruse (warning: may resize your browser window). [Link]

Hole 3: One Step Closer
Lorena Ochoa came from three shots back to win the Wegmans LPGA for her first playoff victory in five tries. Next stop: a major. [Link]

Hole 4: Fasth Wins
Niclas Fasth held off a hard-charging Berhard Langer at the BMW International Open held in Munich, Germany. [Link]

Hole 5: Hot Shot
Just one more thing to think about when you’re in the rough. Will I start a fire? [Link]

Hole 6: Mid-Season Report
Rex Hoggard takes a look at the first half of the PGA Tour season. [Link]

Hole 7: Hokie Pride
Virginia Tech’s Drew Weaver became the first American to win the British Amateur since 1979. [Link]

Hole 8: Last Man Standing
All of a sudden, Tim Finchem now thinks drug testing would be a good thing for the PGA Tour. A bit late to the party, buddy. [Link]

Hole 9: Broken Windows
Better golf equipment technology is to blame for more houses getting hit by golf balls. It wouldn’t have anything to do with building more houses practically right on top of golf courses could it? [Link]

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