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Golf: Is The Tiger Hungry?

 “I wonder if they took away all Tiger’s money and possessions, how quickly his game would come back?”

The hunger factor

Golf: Tiger Woods - The Eyes Don't Have It

"I just think that he's lost and the only reason why I say that is because I see it in his eyes and I see it in how he's walking and I see it in how he's playing because that's where I've been. I've been living it."

Golf: The Teachers’ Teacher

“One of golf's wisest minds turns 90 this weekend,” writes Cliff Schrock and in doing so acknowledges the 90th birthday of John Jacobs.

Golf: Temper! Temper!

"Nicklaus never lost his temper," writes Rick Reilly in, "Golf his way - Tiger would have been better off learning from the life that Jack built, not his game."

Golf: Learn Your Lessons And Then Move On

Like the late and great Bobby Jones said, "You never learn in victory. You only learn in defeat."
This quote came to mind while reading Brian Keogh's, "Rory McIlroy and the curative powers of defeat".

The meltdown

Golf: The Shark Attacks The Sheeple

Greg Norman was a shark, but he thinks many of today’s pros are happy being sheep.
Mike Walker is reporting on the Shark’s interview with the Wall Street Journal’s John Paul Newport,

Golf: Lydia Ko’s Staggering Statistic

“Lydia Ko hit more greens in regulation than any other player in the field, 64 of 72, which tells you a lot about her method.”
Over at Geoff Shackelford’s blog they’re recalling Lydia Ko’s remarkable victory at Royal Melbourne

Golf:: The Love Affair

“Well, guess what? This will be all about Davis Love and the exorcising of his Chicago ghosts."
James Corrigan commenting on the yet to be officially confirmed choice of Davis Love as captain for the 2016 Ryder Cup team.

Countdown to Seaweek

Countdown to Seaweek

If you’re passionate about environmentalism or marine life then the New Zealand Association for Environmental Education’s (NZAEE) Seaweek may be for you.

Chris Ford: A quick word on National's Sky City climbdown

Economic Development Minister Steven Joyce announced this afternoon that Sky City had backed down on its demands for government cash to help build its vainglorious Convention Centre complex. Instead Sky City have agreed to build a less costlier, watered down version.