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The Masters at Augusta – Beautiful and Deadly

The Masters at Augusta

Winning the at Augusta Takes Greatness, All Crammed into One Week So much thought has gone into the Masters since I saw my first one somewhere in the 1950s. Yes, the course at Augusta is exquisitely beautiful, making it a star attraction, but there’s more to it than that.  Among the winners, usually men of …

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Golf Needs Models

Golf Models

Young Golfers Need Models, and Several are Even Better I have read yet one more article on what’s wrong with golf, and I am sticking to my guns by saying “not very much.” Still, sports do rise and fall in popularity, as do most walks of life, with the people who dominate the industry news. …

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The Spirit of Seve

Spanish Golf Typifies the Seve Ballesteros Spirit I feel for any golf fanatic who is too young to remember the golden years of Seve Ballesteros. The Spanish golfer won 5 majors and fifty events on the European Tour, changing everything about golf on that continent. If you’re just looking at a win/loss or stat sheet, …

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