Volume Two Hundred Seventy One

Woodland, Webb, and Woods. Oh my!

Hitting the LinksHappy Spring and welcome to another week of Hittin’ the Links where we are tracking down some entertaining stories pertaining to all-things golf.

This week we have a PGA Tour rookie getting his first win, John Smoltz makes his Nationwide debut, a battle of dueling houses, and the end of golf in Europe (okay, a big over-dramatic on my end.) So grab a latte and a scone and huddle around your computer for another week of stories from around the world of golf.

Hole 1: Woodland Wins
Gary Woodland wins his first PGA Tour event at the Transitions Championship and becomes the sixth winner this year who’s last name starts with “W”. [Link]

Hole 2: Webb Wins
Karrie Webb comes from behind to win the LPGA Founders Cup. [Link]

Hole 3: All Bets Are Off
The Euro Tour drops the hammer on betting by caddies and players. Well, at least on paper. [Link]

Hole 4: Doom And Gloom
Now might be a good time to get a tee-time on courses in Europe. Or perhaps buy a course instead. [Link]

Hole 5: Two For One
Ron Sirak offers up some thoughts on the PGA Tour taking over the LPGA Tour. [Link]

Hole 6: Fox In The House
Michael J. Fox will be playing in the Outback Pro-Am Champions Tour event in April. [Link]

Hole 7: Mine’s Bigger
Who says the real estate market is bad? [Link]

Hole 8: Give Me a Smoltz
John Smoltz will make his Nationwide Tour debut next month at the South Georgia Classic. [Link]

Hole 9: Still The One
Who’s the best golfer in the world? Just ask this guy. [Link]

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