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The Downswing Golf BlogBid finalists to design the venue for golf’s return to the Olympics in 2016 are to be named today in Rio de Janeiro, with such high-wattage teams as Jack Nicklaus/Annika Sorenstam and Greg Norman/Lorena Ochoa expected to head the list. For intrigue,...
The Downswing Golf BlogGood thing PGA Tour officials decided to cut The Barclays to three rounds. Otherwise, we might still be waiting to see if Dustin Johnson could cash in that 54-hole lead before Hurricane Irene rolled through. If all the news footage of flood-hit New Jersey...
The Downswing Golf BlogAnother travel day, plus a little pre-travel Memorial Day tasks, brings us another late-day edition of Monday Niblicks. Let’s face it, you probably read this during office hours anyway. It’s OK with us if it’s OK with your boss. And...
The Downswing Golf BlogHas the demise of American golf been exaggerated? Judging from the final leaderboard at the Memorial Tournament, maybe it has. Though Steve Stricker appeared to be leaking oil and belching smoke, he managed to take home his 10th PGA Tour victory. Matt...
The Hartford CourantA quick recap of the last 10 tournaments at the TPC at River Highlands: 2010 Travelers Championship Bubba Watson trailed by six strokes heading into Sunday, but shot a final-round 66 to finish in a three-way tie at 14-under-par 266 with Scott Verplank...
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Here he comes again. The fan favorite, bad back and all Who’s name has become just as synonymous with “silky, smooth swing” as it has with “bad back?” It’s Fred Couples, of course. He can still drive a golf ball...
SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. - Mark Wilson had some fun on the amphitheater 16th hole in the third round of the Phoenix Open, donning a cheesehead and joining caddie Chris Jones to lead the rowdy fans in Packers chants. The Wisconsin player, two strokes ahead of...
The Downswing Golf BlogThough Tiger Woods currently stands inside the FedEx Cup top 70 that advances to next week's third stage, he still has business to take care of at the Deutsche Bank Championship. Woods currently ranks 65th in the standings with 734 points. A year ago,...
The Downswing Golf BlogKicking myself a little bit for backing off Matt Kuchar right before he broke through for his first win of the season – in an event that launches him into Player of the Year consideration. Kuchar's win was his 10th top-10 finish of the year, two...
The Downswing Golf BlogTiger Woods' first two assignments to advance in the FedEx Cup playoffs were fairly innocuous: Something in the top 50 was enough to keep him safe and into the next round. Now to get to the Tour Championship, the difficulty ramps up considerably. Top 5....
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