Archives for: February 2008

Ryder Cup a Rare Commodity on Wall Street

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When I heard that the Ryder Cup was being ferried from across the pond to the financial capital of the world (and my hometown) I had to get a closer look. This trophy is won for the honor of the game and not for the amount of money on the line. There's… more »

How to play positive, Leadbetter's long distance putting and could you live with a tainted trophy?

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Click here to listen. During last year's Honda Classic one caddie remarked to another, entirely off-the-cuff, that his player used a certain golf club off of the tee. PGA Tour golfer Mark Wilson wound up calling a two-stroke penalty on himself after… more »

Top 7 Reasons Why Michelle Wie Will Never Be Number One

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So, Michelle Wie fans are believing that she's ready to tear up the golf scene! Here are seven reasons why the Big Wiesy doesn't stand a chance: 1. Her injured wrists will never heal properly. Wie was recently quoted as saying, "I just accepted the f… more »

PGA Tour needs Mickelson, Bivens says LPGA prospers without Wie

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Click here to listen. Jeff Quinney patiently stalked Phil Mickelson during the final round of the Northern Trust Open, waiting perhaps for Lefty's golf club to become entangled in the kikuya grass or for Mickelson to erupt as with his eleven last… more »

Mickelson and Singh's pursuits fall short of Tiger Woods perfection. Getting out of a divot and onto the green, sweet spot myth and when balls collide

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Click here to listen. Where an eleven on a hole is a mishap which any golfer would prefer to forget, Phil Mickelson will be reminded of his m/c at the Pebble Beach Pro-Am for weeks, even months to come. He wasn't even in the list of golfers on the… more »

Mickelson answers putting question, Tiger Woods tenaciously scrambles. Also, Laura Davies doubts Michelle Wie's mental state. And, Odyssey XG Two-Ball putter not quite Divine!

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Click here to listen. It's easy to see why professional golfers become distracted when Tiger Woods is somewhere in the pack. If he's only a few strokes back, chances are his resolve will carry him to victory. That is precisely what happened this w… more »