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Golf: Stories From The Q-School

“Sunday’s final stage of Web.com tour Q-School brought with it the reminder that at the margins of professional golf, the line between triumph and failure is razor-thin. Here are some of the Sunday stories from each side of that line.” That’s from Dylan Dethier

Golf’s Answer To The Kardashians

“Phil and Tiger trying to be Kardashians.

Golf: Going Down The Rabbit Hole

“You can speak to any Tour player out here past or current and I think they would tell you the same thing, that you can go down a rabbit hole and work and work and work and literally on the back end nothing come out of it, and I think that’s the hardest part to swallow.”

Golf: An Aussie’s Extravagance

“This guy had £450m in the bank, so he built his own golf course,” writes Rob McGarr and the first thing that strikes me is the guy’s an Aussie with attitude and a golf course called Ardfin.

"Extremely unget-at-able"

Golf: Taking The Mickey Perhaps?

Who am I to disagree with Michael Bamberger’s words proudly displayed above the bar at the Machrihanish Golf Club.
“If I were allowed to play only one course for the rest of my life, Machrihanish would be the place.”

Golf: The Putter With The Hole In It

“Just place the hole in the putter over the ball and then dab down on it and it will pick it up off the green for you.

Golf: Most Underrated Three-time Major Champion in History

“While Jordan Spieth emerged as Tiger Woods’ sweet-cheeked successor, Koepka ostracised himself from American golf and joined Europe's lower-rung Challenge Tour, trekking the continent, sleeping in cars and sharing hotel rooms while wondering if the first-tee announcer would again add

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”.