Tag: Jack Nicklaus

Good Ryder Cup

Ryder Cup Good for USA, but in Unexpected Ways, Good For Everyone I remember being present at a general faculty meeting when a college president jokingly remarked that he placed no importance at all on rankings, or “winning” – unless, of course, the college had just jumped up twenty spots, or won something outright – …

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Jack Nicklaus Congressional Gold Medal

Jack Nicklaus to Receive Congressional Gold Medal Despite his consistency in the game of golf, and off the course, my thoughts about Jack Nicklaus’ career have taken more turns than a roller coaster through the years. He’s the consistent one – I have changed. I recall, as a kid, seeing a cover on Mad Magazine, …

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A Lot of Good Putting Going On

Jessica Korda

KORDA, MCILROY…and NICKLAUS? Good Putters All! It was a real horse race rounding the turn to the back nine this last weekend at the Airbus LPGA Championship, and for a while, it looked like a playoff between as many as six of the words greatest players. But, it’s better to be great at the end …

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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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