Podcast: Strategies that helped Tiger Woods win the British Open, golf equipment tips for beginners and G.A.S.P. before every swing
Tiger Woods successfully defended his British Open title and Geoff Ogilvy grabbed the U.S. Open. What’s next? Will Phil Mickelson aptly safeguard his PGA Championship or will there be traces of gambling Phil, who is now holding the title of “worst collapse in sports history“?
This week we discuss the course management strategies which Tiger Woods used to claim the coveted claret jug.
Barry and I pull a letter from a fellow New Yorker out of our email bag. His complaint? Googling online under “best clubs” and “beginners” has not found our listener any wisdom, “just a bunch of marketing".
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That's just a ridiculous comparison. Phil M is the #2 ranked player in the world; regarded by many as the Great Hope against Woods. His stated desire is to win majors. The #2 player blowing a two shot lead with three to play at the US Open?; a double-bogey on number 18 with a one shot lead? One of the worst collapses in major championship history. It ranks with Norman in '96 at Augusta. Players of their caliber are held to a higher standard. Who had heard of Van de Velde? Has he been heard from since?
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