Tag: Henderson

Aug 16

Golf in Ontario is Everywhere

Golf in Ontario is Everywhere

The Province of Ontario Has a Mania for Golf I have seen the lower stretch of Canada that lies between New Brunswick and Montreal, and I have spent much time in various parts of British Columbia and Alberta, so I already had an inkling of the national flavor for golf when we reached Niagara Falls …

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Jun 18

Koepka, Henderson Win Majors

Good Day for North American Champions, Brooks Koepke and Brooke Henderson for PGA and LPGA A lot of golf took place today, in majors of both tours. They were each characterized by valiant, nervy winners representing Canada and the U.S., but the tournaments could not have ended up in greater contrast. For the men, it …

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Sep 03

Jutanugarn Like Jaws on Tour

Thai Golfer Jutanugarn Omnipresent in 2016 Do we all remember movies like Jaws, and the frightening music associated with the beast around which the story is centered? It’s iconic now. Whenever you hear those bass fiddles thump thump thumping away down there, you know that someone at the surface is in big trouble. It’s the …

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Aug 22

Twilight Zone on Tour?

Twilight Zone at Wyndham Tour Stop Tiger Leads, Henderson Still There? Does anyone remember Rod Serling’s Twilight Zone? Well, the PGA is revisiting the idea this week at the Wyndham Championship. All right then, put these two thoughts together – “You’re traveling in another dimension, a dimension not only of sight and sound, but of …

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Aug 21

LPGA, PGA – All’s Well

LPGA – Brooke Henderson PGA – Tiger Brooke Has Card, Tiger Has Game Things seem to be all in order this week on the major men’s and women’s golf tours. The ladies are playing at the Vancouver Golf Club for the Canadian Pacific – nice, picturesque, just as it should be. The men are playing …

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Jun 11

LPGA Unpredictable – Good!

LPGA – Who Can Guess From Week to Week? I’m not saying that any round of golf, or any established tour is predictable. It’s far too capricious a sport to predict, and it’s the last thing in the world on which I’d ever gamble. It would be too easy money for the house. That being …

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