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August 12, 2012
A Coronation at Kiawah

At the halfway point of the PGA Championship at the Kiawah Island Ocean Course, the 36 hole co-leaders were Vijay Singh and Tiger Woods at 4 under par. Both men had survived the most brutal round in PGA Championship history that was the second round.  The average score for the field on that day was […]

July 22, 2012
Another Jug for Ernie

Adam Scott had been in command of the Open Championship for most of the first 68 holes. The 32 year Australian, who many regard as having the finest swing in the game today, seemed finally ready to claim his first Major Championship. Paired with Graeme McDowell in the final pairing on Sunday, Scott’s day began […]

July 2, 2012
The 74th

Tiger Woods’ 74th victory on the PGA Tour at Congressional Golf Club in Washington D.C. this week was his third win on the PGA Tour this year. For most players, that would add up to a career year. Woods, however, has set his own standards so high that even though this has been his best […]

June 17, 2012
What a tangled Webb, we weave

Up until now, the fabled Olympic Golf Club in San Francisco had famously hosted 4 other US Open titles, all of which had surprise winners. Jack Fleck beat the unbeatable Ben Hogan in an 18-hole playoff in 1955.  It would be Fleck’s only PGA tour win.  Billy Casper came back from a 7 shot deficit […]

June 3, 2012
Out of the Woods

It is not as inevitable as it once was. If we were watching the Tiger Woods of the early part of the century, after he made two birdies in the first four holes of Saturday’s 3rd round at the Memorial to take a one shot lead, we would have all thought that it was “game […]

August 16, 2011
The Bell is Ringing

A triple bogey on the 15th hole on Sunday, while in the hunt to win a Major Championship, would derail most players. That same catastrophe would be reason enough for any 25 year old playing in their first Major Championship, to want to run away and hide. Not so, Keegan Bradley. At the Atlanta Athletic […]

August 8, 2011
Who’s Your Caddy?

Last month, Tiger Woods fired his long time caddy, Steve Williams. Theirs had been a partnership for 12 years during which time, Williams had “been on the bag” for 72 victories which included 13 Major Championships. They were close friends who both stood up for each other at their respective weddings. Williams was the last […]

June 15, 2010
The Pebble Mystique

It is perhaps the most spectacular golf course in America and Golf’s most glorious union of Earth and Ocean anywhere in the world. This week, Pebble Beach plays host to the 2010 US Open Championship. It will be the fifth time in the storied history of Pebble Beach that it plays host to the USGA’s […]

April 12, 2010

It was perhaps the most anticipated Masters tournament in modern history and we were not disappointed. The grand old lady that is Augusta National was never more beautiful. Beauty, however can beguile even the most seasoned warrior. It was a perfect desert sky at night and all the stars came out to play. Thursday’s opening […]

August 16, 2009
The Ying and Yang

Y.E. Yang did more than just win the PGA Championship at Hazeltine National Golf Club today, he proved that the invincible Tiger Woods, is a mortal after all. Tiger Woods had up until today, never lost the lead of a Major Championship, after holding the over-night 3rd. round lead. He was a perfect 14 out […]

August 9, 2009
The 70th

Tiger Woods recorded his 70th PGA Tour win today at the Bridgestone Invitational at Firestone. It may be that we have come to expect the unimaginable to be the norm, for this incredible athlete, but make no mistake, what he is accomplishing is epic. There are sports records that defy reality. Ones that are so […]