Archives for: August 2007

Is Michelle Wie delusional, lag putt debate and how to hit fairway woods from different lies

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Click here to listen. As Lorena Ochoa's star rises and her mental game grows stronger, Michele Wie's game continues to decline. The problem is that Michelle does not notice that she is on this slippery slope. She actually believes that her game is b… more »

Tiger Woods cancels Barclays claiming fatigue, Michelle Wie wilts, easy golf tips from Sorenstam and Adam Scott

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Click here to listen. Tiger Woods claims that he is physically and mentally drained after winning both the WGC-Bridgestone Invitational and the PGA Championship. The world's number one golfer announced on his website that his body is "spent" and nee… more »

Phil Mickelson looking for glory in Singapore swing

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Phil Mickelson is desperately seeking a "title" to add to a season saved (as quoted by him) only by his win at the Players Championship. Perhaps the distinction of "Champion of Champions" will fuel his desire to come out on top? That is the name given… more »

Will Daly's six-pack and Mickelson's roll of the dice challenge Woods for FedEx cup, RedEye i330 laser putter update, deep rough maneuvers and stop topping the ball

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Click here to listen. Even though Phil Mickelson resumed a practice regimen for the PGA Championship, it still wasn't enough to beat (or even compete against) Tiger Woods, who won his thirteenth career major after a sweltering weekend at Southern Hi… more »

Michelle Wie plunges below top fifty(?), Tiger Woods helps Annika Sorenstam at British Open and putting tips from Leadbetter, Toski and Reinmuth

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Click here to listen. Never trash talk against Tiger Woods! And don't ever believe that Woods forgets what he hears, as Rory Sabbatini found out the hard way during yesterday's final round at the WGC-Bridgestone Invitational. As Tiger stated he "let… more »

Michelle Wie wants to play like Tiger Woods at British Open. Will she?

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Michelle Wie is most likely not complaining after finishing even par after round one of the Women's British Open along with a bevy of top contenders such as Paula Creamer and Natalie Gulbis (Annika Sorenstam is at -1). But is she holding true to her pre-… more »