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Golf: Molinari’s “Magic” Moves

“In 2013, his average driving distance was 278 yards. In 2018, he averaged 301 yards. Give these two things a try. You may not gain that much distance, but you could potentially tack on a few extra yards, too.” Writes Luke Kerr-Dineen
 

Golf: Another Sad Case of Sour Grapes

“In 2012, after the American meltdown at Medinah, Mickelson and the entire American team failed to go to the European team room for the traditional toast to the winners. Captain Davis Love III went alone to congratulate the Europeans.” writes John Feinstein.

Golf: Patrick Reed The Perfect Villain

“Those hoping Reed would shut up and go away will not get their wish for quite some time,” writes Joel Beall who headlines his article, “Patrick Reed's not a problem. He's exactly what golf needs”.
 

Golf: The Road to Hell

“Fairways to heaven? My experience of playing golf is more a road to hell” So reads Dan Jones’ headline which contains a large photograph of the gentleman directly beneath his, some would say and especially golfers, rather daring suggestion.
 

Golf: Great Expectations at Le Golf National

“What to expect from Le Golf National at the Ryder Cup” writes Mark Townsend who goes on to say, “It’s not tricked up, you can see what’s in front of you and you can’t just pull out the driver and give it a rip.”

Golf: American Crowds Can’t Handle Their Drink

"Maybe that’s because they sell beer at 7 a.m. and Americans can’t drink." writes Alex Meyers quoting Thomas Pieters who we recall was one of the successes of the Ryder Cup at Hazeltine.
 
Hazeltine hostility

Golf: The Lost Art of Putting

“Does the stroke create the putt or does the putt create the stroke?

Golf: Greed is Good?

Over at USA TODAY, Paul Daughtery writes, “Tiger Woods vs. Phil Mickelson on pay-per-view is more about greed than golf,” adding that, “This isn’t golf. It’s vaudeville.”
 
Naked-greed grab

Golf: Harder Balls Are Best

“There are very few golfers who want to give up distance from the tee, and rightly so as it’s proven the further you’re down the fairway from the tee equals closer approaches.

Golf: DeChambeau Won’t Do

“He’s a quirky personality, which might not gel well with a team of veterans who have played together for years.