Category Archives: golf

How to Make the PGA Championship Interesting

When you hear “The Masters,” do you not find images of azaleas and Amen Corner dancing before you, while taking heart in the unmistakable approach of spring? When you hear “The U.S. Open,” don’t you immediately think of painfully narrow … Continue reading

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The Two Opens

In the span of a mere month golf enthusiasts have been granted the fine spectacle of a U.S. Open played at stunning Pebble Beach followed by a British Open held at the home of golf, the Old Course at St. … Continue reading

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Y.E. Yang Misses the Cut

Y.E. Yang, who won the 2009 PGA Championship by being the first player ever to win a professional tournament that was led by Tiger Woods going into the final round, is an extraordinarily skilled golfer who yesterday posted a score on … Continue reading

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“We Are Obama Golfers”

Drudge has featured this video, posted at Real Clear Politics, documenting the latest attempt to motivate students via Obama-inspired incantation. I will take heart from any true motivation students find in the story of O’s rise, but I confess that I … Continue reading

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Please Use a Spoon

Although this blog is not intended to be exclusively about golf, I decided to dedicate my first post to the site’s eponymous Open champion. At some point in the future, I will undoubtedly propound my views on the unfortunate effects … Continue reading

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