Deutsche Bank Championship round one: Ignorance seems to be bliss

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Have the changes to TPC Boston caught out the old hands? While the "big three", with a total seven from 12 possible previous visits here, stumbled their way around the course Friday, the three leaders only boast three previous visits between them. Reinfo… more »

Deutsche Bank Championship preview: Tiger Woods in a sexy threesome

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If there's one big consolation for having my schedule ruined by the Deutsche Bank's later start, it's the prospect of the big three charging round the field in the opening rounds. How often do we get to see Tiger Woods, Phil Mickelson and Vijay Singh sta… more »

The Barclays, round four: Stricker's victory from the jaws of defeat

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There's a theory going the rounds that Steve Stricker won because he lost: that as he watched K J Choi's dramatic recovery from dropping three shots on the front nine he decided the game was up, relaxed and - voila! - the birdies started flowing. It's no… more »

The Barclays round three: Choi makes sense, on the course at least

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I'm offering a prize (bar of chocolate enough?) to anyone who can tell me what K J Choi was talking about after his round Saturday. He's a great and generous guy, and a mighty fine golfer to boot, but he doesn't half mangle his English. I guess the trans… more »

The Barclays round two: Alas, poor Ernie

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Ernie Els's monosyllabic answers after his par round Friday displayed intense frustration at a great opportunity thrown away. We were lucky even to get those few words out of him, because at the time he clearly believed he was just four shots adrift and… more »

The Barclays round one: Let's all have a go at Tiger

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It's obviously kick a Tiger week. There was an interesting discussion with Steve Flesch about the golfing work ethic after his solid 6-under performance Thursday. This is the 26th event he's played this year and he was almost apologetic about having skip… more »

The Barclays preview: Tiger who? Fedexhiccup what? Who cares?

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I love the PGA Tour website: it's a super resource for anyone following the tour. And it's obvious they've burnt a few midnight candles to get their redesign just right. A bit on the dark side, a trifle moody blue, but very slick. A pity some of the feat… more »

Wyndham Championship round four: Snedeker has a tilt at Tiger

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How's this for a bit of Tiger-bashing? "When you're playing well the rule of thumb is to keep playing, not take weeks off." I don't know if Brandt Snedeker was thinking of Tiger Woods when he said it after Sunday's victory, but it has a certain ring now… more »

Wyndham Championship round three: Overton has a lot of history on his side

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If you're thinking of taking on Jeff Overton Sunday, bone up on a little tournament history first. For the last eight years the third round leader has gone on to lift the trophy. For all that this course delivers birdies like confetti, it's a democratic… more »

Wyndham Championship round two: Marino makes his rookie pitch

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I suspect at the start of the season many people had Anthony Kim down to win the PGA Tour's rookie of the year award. So far he has largely not disappointed, although he has shown signs of going off the boil of late. Now he needs to watch his back for St… more »

Wyndham Championship round one: Anyone for crazy golf?

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Among the things Will MacKenzie likes to do as an ice-breaker, apparently, is stand on his head. He boasts a "stellar reputation". This week he's even managed to stand the form book on its head to lead round one. Yet there are some intriguing similaritie… more »

Wyndham Championship preview: More blood, sweat and tears for Tulsa veterans

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The Wyndham Championship drew one of the shortest straws in the PGA Tour's big reorganisation this season. Turfed out of its comfortable September-October slot into the darkness between the PGA Championship and the start of the FedEx Cup playoffs, it's s… more »

PGA Championship, round four: Curses - Tiger foiled the plan!

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The shot of the round in my mind was the 7-iron Tiger Woods fired to the green at the 15th. It had been a rather tentative, roller coaster affair up to then and he'd had his fair share of luck. That banana putt for birdie on the 8th was as "out" as two… more »

PGA Championship round three: A bet to keep you awake - lay Tiger!

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There's so little left to write about that some hack has even snatched that line from me. Everywhere you go it's Tiger Woods' championship to lose and the forums are full of yawning punters boring their mates with speculation about who will be top "Rest… more »

PGA Championship round two: Tiger may yet get that record

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You don't get to watch too many rounds of golf like Tiger Woods' on Friday. The precision of his approach work and deadly accuracy of his putting were often spellbinding. Some observers were instantly dubbing it one of the greatest rounds in golfing hist… more »
 
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