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Golf – A Lonely Game

Golf Lonely

Golf Lonely When You Play, Lonely When It’s Over Why would anyone say such a thing? Golf is a social game to be played with one’s family, best friends, guests or business colleagues. I’m certainly not talking about weekend or amateur retirement golf. Those can be some of the most golden hours of one’s life. …

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Tony Finau is What’s New for Ryder

Tony Finau

Finau Brings Unlikely Story to Potential Greatness Jim Furyk has made his final pick for the Ryder Cup team, and all the evidence suggests that he made the right selection, hands down.Along with a host of veterans ready to take on Europe in Paris in a few weeks, rookies Bryson de Chambeau and Justin Thomas …

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Boo Makes it Interesting

Boo Weekley Straight-talking, Blue Collar Swinger On one hand, I appreciate that the game of golf is a spectacle of manners with some attention paid to fashion. I appreciate the sportsmanship, and the general level of personal sophistication. The sort of English one hears in an interview is a little different than that held after …

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Germs on Tour

Germs on Tour

Germ Risks of Touring Not only are the PGA and LPGA Tours much longer than they used to be, creating the need to think about pacing oneself from week to week, but they go to a lot more exotic places than they used to. Since it’s the Earth, and the human race we’re dealing with …

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LPGA-See the World

LPGA Truly a World Tour What a Vacation It Would Be I remember the day when the fields for LPGA tournaments were a good deal smaller. Now, they number well over a hundred until the latter part of the season, when they dwindle to a still respectable 60 or 70. I also remember the day …

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