Jul 25

On Tour-More Going On Than We Thought

This Week on Golf Tours Around the World We all know how big last week was for the PGA and the international field of top golfers. We know that it didn’t disappoint, and in fact, sated us so well that we, in a sense, turned off the channel, oblivious to all the other events taking …

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Jul 20

In Contention – the British and LPGA

Paula Creamer

Final Rounds of the The Open and the LPGA Marathon Classic There’s a potential cliffhanger taking shape over in Scotland for tomorrow’s final round of the Open, and almost all eyes will be on it. We know the reason why – there’s no getting around it. Tiger Woods is in contention, serious contention, for his …

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Jul 15

Park Edges Stanford in Canada

Hee Young Park

    Hee Young Park Defeats Angela Stanford in Three Hole Playoff     Hee Young Park turned in a memorable performance this weekend, but Angela Stanford didn’t do badly either. Park birdied the third extra hole to defeat Stanford at the Manulife Financial LPGA Classic in Waterloo, Ontario, but both players earned a line …

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Jul 11

Scottish Golf’s Big Week – For Both Men and Women

Will It Be a Scottish Winner on Both Tours? Over on the PGA side of things, the men are all doing the right things to gear up for the British Open next week. They’re tuning their game at the Scottish Open, getting used to weather conditions, horrendous rough and a worldwide field. So far, it …

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Jul 09

Greatest Women’s Golfers

Annika Sorenstam

Top 5 Greatest Women’s Golfers of All Time There have been many talented and accomplished women golfers throughout the past few generations. So, how do you rank the top 5 greatest women golfers of all time? You don’t. These 5 women are the top 5, indeed, but they are equally as great to one another. …

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