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Golf: Putt For Show, Do Everything Else For Dough

“Golf, like many sports, is fertile ground for folk wisdom.

Golf: Lydia Ko No.1 Ever Again?

“I don’t mean to use fantastical words, but she was young. She really didn’t know any defeat. She didn’t know about not trusting herself. And she had perfected what she did to a great degree where the consistency was unbelievable.

Golf: Vjay Says, Say Seventeen

“Everyone who is out there and is going to read this should know that the timing of the backswing should be a lot slower than it used to be. In my prime, I’d think to myself, 1-2, or sometimes the number 17.

Golf: Peter Alliss On Tiger’s Sex Scandal

“Peter Alliss, the ‘Voice of Golf’, has passed away at the age of 89 leaving his army of fans and admirers devastated.” As reported over at Bunkered.

Golf: Shall We See The Like Again?

“Walk into any pro shop around the world...Walk into the office of any golfing nut.

Golf: Rory's Year at Augusta

“It’s the most confident I’ve been for a decade that it’s McIlroy’s time to pull on sport’s most famous piece of clothing" writes Alex Perry.

Golf: Steve Williams Says

“but I would not be surprised if an unheralded player or a first-timer won. A big part of winning a major championship is being able to handle the pressure that the galleries bring down the stretch. Without that, it lets in guys who may otherwise struggle in that pressure cooker.

Golf: Bandits Beware – Don’t Think So

“Has the golfing bandit had their final hurrah?,” writes James Corrigan at The Telegraph.
Else where, Denis Walsh at The Times writes, “Days of the handicap bandit are over under golf’s new global system.”

Golf: DeChambeau Dumbing Down The Game

“It’s not a skill to hit the ball a long way in my opinion,” Fitzpatrick said. “I could put on 40 pounds. I could go and see a biomechanist, and I could gain 40 yards; that’s actually a fact. I could put another two inches on my driver. I could gain that.

Golf: Sergio’s Eyes Wide Shut

‘Sergio Garcia found a way to win again, even if he had to close his eyes to see it,’ writes Dave Shedloski.