Volume Three Hundred Forty Two

Steve Stricker – Golf’s newest putting guru!

Hittin' the LinksHello golf fans, welcome to yet another informative edition of Hittin’ the Links. So I hope everyone got to say goodbye to Doral as we know it. Donald Trump plans to “blow it up” starting immediately after this weekend’s event. What we will get when he’s done with the Blue Monster is anyone’s guess.

In this week’s volume of HtL we start out with a look at the Great White Shark in China, then investigate the Donald’s plans for Doral, and check out a battle over a Green Jacket. Also on tap we check out how college golf is going, find out about Steve Stricker’s new career, and do a wrap-up of the week’s events. Read on!

Hole 1: Does He Speak Chinese?
Greg Norman has signed on to advise the Chinese Golf Team for the 2016 Olympic Games. [Link]

Hole 2: Bye Bye Doral
By the time you read this Donald Trump will have started destroying what we know as the Blue Monster. [Link]

Hole 3: Green Jacket
There seems to be a dispute as to who owns a 1959 Green Jacket up for auction. [Link]

Hole 4: College Golf
We are well into the season for college golf here is how Division I is stacking up. [Link]

Hole 5: New Career?
After some putting tips from Steve Stricker Tiger went out and made everything he looked at at Doral. [Link]

Hole 6: Won’t Happen Again!
Rory McIlroy promises he will never walk off the course again in the middle of the round. [Link]

Hole 7: Chile Classic
Kevin Kisner gets an early season win on the Web.com Tour. [Link]

Hole 8: Other Event
Scott Brown wins the event no one knew about in Puerto Rico. [Link]

Hole 9: WGC Cadillac Championship
Tiger gets win number 76 at Doral. [Link]

1 thought on “Volume Three Hundred Forty Two”

  1. Why is everything that Donald Trump gets involved in turns into a circus side show? Are we trying to revamp a classic golf course or turn this into a amusement attraction? It seems like more and more these courses are being “revamped” but not for the better. Length does not increase difficulty on the PGA level IMO. Add in more traps, pin placement, plant some more trees to narrow the fairways, these things I think increase difficulty and could raise scares of that’s what they really want. Personally I enjoyed this past weekend.

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