Category: Golf Tournaments

It’s Solheim Time

Solheim

How To Pick a Solheim Team Perhaps I say this every year, but it is true every year. The Solheim tournament is one of my favorite golf events, and I get a rush of anticipation whenever the week arrives.  We have just experienced two weeks of golfing mayhem, cliff-hanging, fingernail-biting drama in the BMW and …

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McIlroy and His Moment

McIIroy

Rory McIlroy Had Doubts About System, but Conquers It The pride of Northern Ireland, Rory McIlroy, said that he would let us know how he felt about the Tour Championship scoring system on Monday. Well, it’s Monday, and I’m having trouble believing that Rory will be too unhappy about the way things turned out. On …

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McIlroy Not So Sure about Championship Format

McIIroy

Rory McIlroy Has Serious Doubts about Tour Championship – But Then Again… To question the structure of a certain event, scoring system, or rules issue is not so uncommon among players. It happens all the time. However, this week is a big deal for the PGA’s year-ending “golforma.” It’s the final and largest moment of …

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Justin Thomas and His Very Good BMW Week

Justin Thomas

Finally, a Little Info on Shibuno

Hinako Shibuno

Unusual to Know So Little About a Major Winner like Hinako Shibuno A tip of the hat and a note of thanks to Bill Speros of Golfweek for finally getting us some information on British Open Winner Hinako Shibuno. After reading his article, written in the “10 things you didn’t know about…” format, I added …

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Unknown Shibuno Takes British Open

Himako Shibuno

Shibuno Just Hoped to Make British Open Cut This was the British Open the way it should be. It was possibly the most fun I have had in years watching. Somebody had to win, and somebody had to lose, but I didn’t. The level of golf among the top five contenders was so good that …

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Charley Hull and Secret Weapon in Wild Week

Charley Hull

Hull Makes Good Start at British Open on Familiar Course Charley Hull took a good step toward redirecting the week’s news back to playing golf after some troubling snafus during the week. For a little while, she even took an early lead, but that is less important for a first round than being in the …

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Evian, Creamer and Kupcho – Trajectories

Paula Creame

Evian Sees Strong Start by Creamer, Strong Finish by Kupcho Another Evian has come and gone. Despite begin accustomed to seeing a host of Korean golfers in contention, circumstances following the third round seemed profound. I joked with the idea of putting people as teams  on podiums, as we do in the Olympics. Five or …

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Open Questions About Lowry Answered

Shane Lowry

Shane Lowry Ran Away with the Open, His First Major That must have been one difficult Saturday night for Shane Lowry, one of Northern Ireland’s less heralded golfers, but one who has been close, so close. Throwing himself against the wall in majors repeatedly, he broke through in grand fashion to take the 2019 Open …

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The Open – First Day at Portrush

The Open

The Open Gets Underway at Portrush With List of Victims I grew up around seaside courses. I was also crazy about playing them as a kid. However, in those days, what a seaside course represented was the customary green fairways edged with green rough reinforced by a row of green trees. The links thing never …

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