Tag: Zach Johnson

Jul 20

Spieth – Lost Moment

Spieth’s Chip Could Have Changed Everything What an Open It Was! All right, so after an extra day, a lot of dramatic weather and golf, Zach Johnson is your new British Open champion. I have no problem with that. He’s a terrific golfer and, by all accounts, a great guy. I remember when Zach won …

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Feb 20

Match Play – It Ain’t Over Till It’s Over

Accenture Match Play

Vagrancy of Match Play Things got off to a tense start on the tricky Nicklaus course in Arizona on Wednesday. Despite several big names going AWOL on this huge match play event, the event provided a lot of interest, one or two marathons and a cliffhanger or two. In several cases, we thought we knew …

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Dec 10

Zach Johnson Tames Tiger in Rally

Zach Johnson and Tiger Woods

  Zach Johnson Wins Tiger’s Tournament     There was some pretty wonderful golf played at Sherwood this weekend in the fourth round of the World Challenge. It was the sort of golf that makes you sorry that someone’s got to lose, because nobody should lose when they’re playing that way. After all the effusive …

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Dec 07

Another Tiger 62 – What’s the Big Fuss This Time?

Tiger Woods

Tiger Woods Intimidates Again? Tiger Woods shot a 62 in the second round of his own tournament this week, the Northwestern Mutual Challenge. Certainly, it takes a spectacular round to shoot 62 in the game of golf, and Tiger never went two holes without a birdie – Yes, I’m impressed…I’ve gone twelve years without one, …

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Jul 19

British Open – Country For Old Men

British Open – Country For Old Men…For Now It’s been a long time that we’ve been waiting for this particular tournament to start. It has a special flavor all its own, something that assists in making it a major, in addition to its historical longevity. We revere the venues  in operation for so many centuries …

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Jul 16

Jordan Spieth Wins John Deere

Jordan Spieth Wins John Deere – Big Life Changes Ahead For those who are nineteen years of age (and I’ll do my best to remember that time), getting the keys to the kingdom, much less the family car is a life-altering event. It’s a glimpse of what we think are the pearly gates, despite being …

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