Tag: 2019

Pettersen, Solheim – the Perfect Finish

Suzanne Pettersen

Suzanne Pettersen Retires at High Point I can’t put my finger on what it is about the Solheim Cup. There is an uplifting feeling that I get watching it, one I don’t even feel at the Masters. It’s not just because it’s a continental battle, but the way in which it is waged. Talk about …

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Woodland Risks All for First Major

Woodland Risks All for First Major

Gary Woodland Goes For it, Takes U.S. Open Gary Woodland just won the first major of his career by outlasting the field for four days at the U.S. Open. He’s another one of those winners we didn’t necessarily see coming. Perhaps a few did, those who noticed that Woodland set a two day record at …

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Life Lessons from the Masters

What the Masters and Augusta Have to Tell Us- Especially This Year From time to time in my life, usually following a high point and entering the customary letdown, I have fallen into the trap of believing that the surprises are finished, and the amazing moments are all behind me, never to come again. It’s …

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