Tag: bunker

Aug 05

Jutanugarn and the Muni’s Nightmare

Ariya Jutanugarn Blows Herself Out of British Without Taking an Extra Step Ariya Jutanugarn is the first Thai golfer to win a major championship. Everyone at Kingsbarns knows that. She was going to be a contender for the title at the Rico Women’s British Open this week in Scotland. Everybody was pretty sure of that, …

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Jun 27

Hit a Sand Wedge Like Spieth?

h1>Spieth Makes Art of the Sand Wedge and Wins Travelers – But What About the Rest of Us? When Jordan Spieth won his first PGA event, the John Deere Classic, not too many years ago, he did it by holing out a bunker shot. Last weekend, he did the same thing at the Travelers Championship. …

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Mar 12

Golf Rules are Changing

Golf Rules

Golf Rules Changing That Were Set Centuries Ago I suppose that I am the only person remaining in the golf world who does not want the game of golf to go faster, be a lot more “fun” and less “difficult.” I’ve said it a thousand times, so I won’t elaborate, except to say that the …

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Jul 26

Wheatcroft, the Journeyman

Wheatcroft Almost Breaks Through It’s a horrible word. Whenever I hear it, something in me cramps up or cringes. It’s the thing nobody who is chasing success wants to be called – a journeyman. It’s so ironic that you can go through the grueling process, win your tour card, and still be called such a …

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Jul 12

Golf’s Odd Rules

The Rules Of Golf Baffle Many of Us Again, we witnessed an odd ending to a major event this week, when Anna Nordqvist, in the midst of a sudden death playoff, was coolly informed that she had lost the tournament a hole before. What was intended to be a gripping finale of an LPGA major …

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