Tag Archive: Olympic

Aug 30

Olympic Optimism

Olympic Golf Looking Better Than We Thought Numerous post-mortems about Olympic golf have been either written in articles or verbalized in interviews since the end of the Games. In the months leading up to the two-week sports cornucopia, a lot of the projections were bad – and I admit to helping on that score. The …

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Aug 06

Olympic Golf Hazards

Olympic Golf Hazards Are They On the Course? Unusual Environment for Golfing Olympians The much-maligned Olympic Games are finally here, courtesy of Brazil. No one knows the future of Olympic golf for certain, but it has apparently made the cut this year, and will go on as scheduled. Among the men, the ranks have thinned, …

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Jun 28

Olympic Golf Needs Adjustment

New Format Might Help For months, we followed the building of the Olympic golf course in Rio, wondering whether it would be finished in time through all manner of controversy. At that time, most of us didn’t really see the other problems coming. Political upheaval, a spreading virus, security concerns and high street crime have …

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May 05

U.S. Open at Chamber Bay

Chamber Bay Hosts 2015 U.S. Open Going To Be A Strange Major This Year For the first time in history, one of the big four grand slam events is coming to the Pacific Northwest, and even more unusual than that, if you’ve ever been there, it’s coming to Washington State’s Olympic Peninsula. Even for the …

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