Tag: Masters

The Winter Masters – Catchy?

Like a Ghost Tournament, Masters Strives for Semblance of Tradition Those of us who are tuned into the traditional aspects of the Masters at Augusta have some adjusting to do. We’ve known that for a while now, and our adaptive brains have had time to think of solutions, however separate from reality. I, for instance, …

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Tour Schedule Goes Haywire

Loss of Annual Schedule We Are Familiar With Causing Anxiety In the world of physics, someone will occasionally venture the question, “What is time?” The pedestrian short form of the answer, designed for those who wouldn’t understand the long version anyway is often “Time is what keeps everything from happening at once.” And for our …

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Augusta National – How Would You Do?

Augusta National

Augusta Too Wet, Too Narrow, Too Dense, Too Far for Most of Us For the avid golfer and spectator of any age, the craving is an abiding one – “Just once in my life, I would dearly love to play one round at Augusta National.” For the better part of the past century, we have …

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Spring Without Golf-Coronavirus

Players Cancelled, Masters Postponed from Coronavirus – For How Long? None of us knows how long this coronavirus thing is going to continue as a major health concern, but we do know that it flies no  flag, holds no territory, and couldn’t care less about any one of us and our situations. In the insensate …

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Woods Up for Medal of Freedom

Woods Up for Medal of Freedom

Tiger Woods Enhances Legend with Presidential Medal of Freedom With the well-earned hysteria over the 2019 Masters beginning to subside at last, the celebrations keep coming for Tiger Woods. One in particular caught my attention, not so surprising since the American president is an avid golfer. According to the White House, Tiger is to receive …

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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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Corey Conners – SO Qualified!

Canadian Conners Gets His First PGA Tour Win, and So Much More The Valero Texas Open was held this week at the TPC Course in San Antonio. I was afraid for a few minutes that I wouldn’t get to see the entire fourth round, but the interruption I expected was able to wait for a …

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Sorenstam, Ochoa, Lopez, Pak at Augusta

Four of the Greats Will Grace the Launch of Augusta National Women’s Amateur Its hard to believe that we are only one week out from the first major women’s event at Augusta, site of the annual Masters. I recently wondered loud in print at how they would handle the opening ceremonies, and although I’m still …

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The Masters for Women – How About It?

Augusta Making History, Bit by Bit, Announces Next Installment Georgia Hall must be around twenty-two or twenty-three years old about now. She’s just getting started in the pros after a terrific amateur career. In terms of her first success in the pros, it’s a little like biting the apple in the garden. Her win came …

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McIllroy Does It His Way-Good Idea

Rory McIlroy Wins Players, Proves Road to Success Different for Everyone A lot of people, more every year, refer to the Players Championship as the ‘Fifth Major.’ Perhaps at some point, the lucrative event will actually become one, officially. The Players gets a lot of respect as an event, and almost everyone who plays at …

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