Volume One Hundred Twenty Four

A Little Advice from Jack.

Hitting the LinksIn these cold months Hittin’ the Links will try to warm up your day with a helping of golfs finest stories. Remember it’s less than four more months until spring!

In this issue we contemplate advice from Jack, retirements, a super senior, and a young Aussie who wants a piece of Tiger. We also take a closer look at the LPGA and PGA Tour Q-Schools. Read on!

Hole 1: Advice for Young Golfers
In a recent interview, Jack Nicklaus had some concerns about junior golfers. [Link]

Hole 2: And the Winner Is…
A thorough recap of what was good and not so good about the 2007 PGA Tour season. [Link]

Hole 3: Perks Hangs Up the Spikes
2002 Player’s Championship winner Craig Perks retires from competitive golf. [Link]

Hole 4: Don’t Let Your Mouth Write Checks Your Game Can’t Cash
Following his promotion from the Nationwide Tour to the PGA Tour, this young Aussie takes aim at none other than Tiger Woods. [Link]

Hole 5: Looking to Relocate?
Here is the list of the top 10 golf friendly cities in the United States. Worth a look if you’re wanting a change. [Link]

Hole 6: Larry Nelson and Sons
Larry Nelson wins the silly season Father Son Challenge for the second time, this time with a different son. [Link ]

Hole 7: LPGA Q-School
Often overshadowed by its male counterpart, the LPGA Q-School concluded, adding 18 new players to the LPGA tour. [Link]

Hole 8: PGA Tour Q-School
It comes down to Monday for the PGA tour hopefuls at the last stage of the PGA Tour School. [Link]

Hole 9: Bob Charles
Longtime tour player Bob Charles overshadowed the winner of the new Zealand Open by shooting his age or better for the third straight day. [Link]

1 thought on “Volume One Hundred Twenty Four”

  1. I liked the piece on the roundup of the year. It captures some of the main events pretty well but one thing is for sure the Woody Austin could pretty much make it to the funniest thing on the golf course for the decade and not just 2007 and god bless YouTube which allows us to relive the moment again and again and still leave us with chants of encore.

    Tiger was quite obviously the player of the year. This will also go down as the year when Rory Sabatini managed to get on Tiger’s nerve with some of his comments that had not gone down too well with Tiger but it is not as if Tiger had to embroil himself in a slanging match because he just has to turn up on the golf course and leave the rest of the field following him on the leaderboard. As is Sabatini’s comments were not enough there is this new young player Jason Day who has already gone on record to say that he will be there next year to dethrone Tiger from the number one position. While it is good to set high goals one wonders whether these guys, especially new kids on the block must be more careful while choosing their words when they talk in a manner that sounds less ambitious and a lot more cocky for sure.

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