Volume Three Hundred Fifteen

Dufner is human, Ernie is irritated, and we have yet another world number one.

Hittin' the LinksAlert the media golf fans, Jason Dufner had a bad round. I kid, but it did seem for the last month that Mr. Dufner could do no wrong. Heck, even Zach Johnson tried to give the tournament back to him on 18 by not returning his ball mark back to its original position. Good thing Peter Kostis caught it before Zach signed his scorecard. Either way, congratulations to Zach Johnson and welcome to another Hittin’ the Links.

In this edition of HtL we begin with a birthday celebration, then investigate what has Ernie bent out of shape, and find out who took home the trophy at the Women’s NCAA Championships. Also on tap, we check out a couple of penalty shots, take a look at an interesting drive, and do a wrap-up of the week’s events. Read on!

Hole 1: Happy Birthday
The Robert Trent Jones Golf Trail has turned 20 years old. [Link]

Hole 2: I’m @#$*ing Sorry!
Ernie Els has apologized for his expletive laden burst at the BMW PGA Championship. [Link]

Hole 3: NCAA Women’s Championship
Alabama holds on the win the 2012 NCAA Women’s Golf Championship. [Link]

Hole 4: Thank You Sir, May I Have Another!
Graeme McDowell was a little dumbfounded after a pair of penalty shots during the BMW. [Link]

Hole 5: I Crushed That!
Kyle Reifers hits a 315-yard drive with with a broken driver. [Link]

Hole 6: Preparation
Senior PGA Championship qualifier, Bill Britton, talks off course preparation. [Link]

Hole 7: BMW PGA Championship
Luke Donald returns to #1 in the world with a win at the BMW PGA Championship. [Link]

Hole 8: Senior PGA Championship
Roger Chapman goes wire-to-wire for his first Senior Tour major championship. [Link]

Hole 9: Colonial
It was a wild ride in the final round for eventual Colonial Champion, Zach Johnson. [Link]

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