Hello golf fans, and welcome to Hittin’ the Links. The PGA Tour took a little time off this week, but I am still on the job trying to find whatever tidbits of golf news remain. So without further delay…
In this edition of HTL we start off looking at the PGA Cup, then turn our attention to the next “Haney Project” victim, and then take a look at our newest golf millionaire. Also we ponder a very bored golfer, take a peek at the newest technological Tour bags, and then do a wrap-up of the weeks winners. Read on!
Hole 1: PGA Cup
The U.S. club professionals dominate at the PGA Cup. [Link]
Hole 2: Next Up, Ray Romano
Ray Romano is set to take Charles Barkley’s place on the next season of “The Haney Project.” [Link]
Hole 3: Yeah, But He Lost His Amateur Status!
A Utah Golfer made a hole-in-one good for one million dollars! [Link]
Hole 4: Talk About Having Nothing Better to Do
A golfer is accused of tossing 3,000 golf balls into a national park to honor his fellow hackers. [Link]
Hole 5: I Wonder What His Caddy Thinks
Michael Allen has a new gadget on his bag, check it out. I wonder if it gets Golf Channel… [Link]
Hole 6: That’s A Lot of Golf!
Leonard Thompson is looking to play in his 1,000th Professional Tournament. [Link]
Hole 7: Albertsons Boise Open
Fran Quinn birdies the last hole to win the Albertsons Boise Open on the Nationwide Tour. [Link]
Hole 8: Samsung World Championship
Na Yeon Choi wins the LPGA Samsung World Championship after blowing a 7-shot lead. [Link]
Hole 9: Greater Hickory Classic
Jay Haas takes home first place money at the Greater Hickory Classic. [Link]