Archives for: November 2005

Tim Clark's charity in South Africa tough to criticize

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For some unknown reason, it's tough to be critical about anything this week. Not that it's a bloggers job to be pure criticism, mind you, but let's be honest, it's fun to lay the blast down sometimes. And therapeutic, I'm sure. But in all seriousness… more »

Holidays a time to reflect on life, golf and shallow holiday blogs

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The holidays are just a fantastic time to be a writer. A writer's lonely existence is mollified by being surrounded with family, friends and loved ones in a heartwarming, soul-enrapturing yadda, yadda, yadda. But mainly, it's a great time to be a writ… more »

Will future societies see deep meanings in golf reality shows?

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The year is 2634. Around noon-ish on, say, a Monday. Two beleaguered scientists rummage through debris in a long-abandoned television studio. They find a strange looking video: Beleaguered Scientist 1: Hey, I found a DVD that looks playable still. It… more »

Stop Everything! Duval leading the field in Japan

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This deserves immediate attention: David Duval is leading the Dunlop Phoenix in Japan, as we speak, one shot up on Tiger Woods after shooting a 64. "I played well," Duval said. "I've been playing well for about a month now but just haven't been scorin… more »

PR and money-hungry folks rush to score on Michelle Wie's good name

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Michelle Wie's continued escalation into becoming "The World's Most Important Human" seems to be going smoothly, as the young star continues to amass headlines and controversy around the globe. Ok, no victories as of yet, but lots of headlines and con… more »

Come to GolfBoards.com for great debate (or just to bag on Baldwin)

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I remember the day clearly. I was summoned to the TravelGolf.com main complex to receive an important assignment. It was a normal day at the complex, which inside is somewhat similar to the bar scene in the original Star Wars. Boss-in-chief Mark Nessm… more »

Mack Daddy Caddy may have an answer to Finchem's dreams

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PGA Tour commissioner Tim Finchem has made it clear he wants his sport to have more and new viewers with his new plan for finishing the season with a "World Series" of sorts. Meanwhile, in Kansas City, Luke Kohl, along with partner Mike Yohay, are loo… more »
 
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