Monthly Archives: August 2014

Wozniacki Defeats Sharapova, Advances to Quarters at U.S. Open

Good to see Caroline’s playing well again.

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Monday Tee Times — Weather Roulette Means No Tape Delay (good!)

Looks like no moving up of tee times.  There’s a good chance of problematic weather tomorrow afternoon, but it’s not a certainty.  I like this decision because if they move the times up, it means no live coverage, which ruins … Continue reading

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Friday Thoughts

Rory is the Story, or Lather, Rinse, Repeat:  Look for Rory to be back on form this week.  This quote

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Detailed Examination of Tiger Woods’s Back Injury from Stack Magazine

Interesting article about Tiger Woods’s back injury from a publication called Stack.  Written by physical therapist Mo Skelton, it’s a detailed, realistic, clinical assessment you won’t get from the golf media: The reality is that Woods’ body will never be … Continue reading

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Deutsche Bank Pushed Back a Day to Honor SEC Football Season Start

PGA Tour players will have a rare Thursday off this week.  The players are inactive today so they can watch the Texas A&M-South Carolina SEC football season opener.  Later in the night, the golfers will also be able to enjoy … Continue reading

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Brandel Chamblee: Will Flap Lips For Food

On the scale of respectability, Brandel Chamblee is now one step above a crack whore. This has gotten to the point of awkwardness. Brandel Chamblee has nothing left to say, yet he continues to collect a hefty paycheck for saying … Continue reading

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Paul Azinger: Naked and Jacking It in San Diego

Paul Azinger has issues. I turned on Golf Channel this morning thinking I’d get information about the FedEx Cup playoffs, specifically the Deutsche Bank Championship which starts in two days.  Not an unreasonable expectation, was it? Instead I encountered a … Continue reading

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