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Golf: Jimmy Walker – Walking His Talk

"He looks like friggin' Clint Eastwood out there!" said Paul Casey. "He just needs a black Stetson and a poncho to complete the look."
That’s Alan Shipnuck covering Jimmy Walker’s recent win at the PGA Championship

Golf: Jutanugarn Just Kept On Smiling

“So when all hell started breaking loose on the back nine Sunday, Jutanugarn kept smiling,” writes Randall Mell.

A different kind of trigger

Golf: Turnberry or Carnasty?

“Colin Montgomerie is still firmly in the Carnoustie camp, insisting “this is the best of the nine courses on The Open rota with no weak hole out there”.

Golf: Henrik Stenson – Eyes Wide Shut

“Sport psychologist Torsten Hansson sums up Stenson's subsequent Terminator Period by saying, "For a long while, Henrik couldn't hit the fairway, he couldn't hit the golf course, he couldn't hit the planet." It took almost two years working with Hansson and Cowen -- in part, by hi

Golf: Royal Troon – A Tale of Two Nines

“Like two different golf courses,” is how two-time major winner Martin Kaymer describes playing Royal Troon.

The short and long of it

Caveman Golf – Keeping it Simple

“Golf is quite simple when you play caveman golf,” said the Edinburgh-based Aberdonian. “See target, hit ball, find ball and see target again.

Golf: Why Lydia is Off The Radar

“At just 19 years old, she already has 13 LPGA titles, yet still seems to fly under the radar. What else does she have to do to be properly recognized by the mainstream media?"

Golf: King’s Course Restored and Turnberry Just Got Better

As reported in The Scotsman, “Stephen Gallacher hails King’s Course being restored to ‘original glory,’ and this announcement comes at almost exactly the same time as Donald Trump celebrates the reopening of Turnberry Ailsa.

Golf: The USGA Needs to Get a Life

“There's a guy playing the final 6 holes of a Major Championship not knowing what his score is.

Golf: Oakmont – Taming the Monster

“On a day when Adam Scott shot an 82, Phil Mickelson a 77 and 154 of 156 had failed to beat par, at least one of their rank had tamed the monster.”
James Corrigan is recalling Paul Casey’s remarkable round at the Oakmont U.S. Open of 2007

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