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The Timeless Nature of Golf

You see it again and again in golf; age is never a true determinant of success. Tom Watson's run at the British in 2009 was one of the most incredible moments of the year in all of sports, and the fact that a 60-year old came a poor greenside decision... Continue reading "The Timeless Nature of Golf" »

Tiger's Chances This Week

I hate to be generic and go with a Tiger post here, but in a week like this with so many angles to look at, we might as well take the chance to talk about Tiger. If I'm gonna analyze anyone's chances at the Match Play, Tiger's prospects are the... Continue reading "Tiger's Chances This Week" »

Champions Tour Starter: A Distance Perspective

The second full-field event of the Champions Tour season kicks off today in Naples, FL. The ACE Group classic is being contested at the Quarry, a course that plays over 7300 yards. Wait, over 7300 yards for the over-50 set? Can they reach those par-4's in 2 shots. Yes, don't... Continue reading "Champions Tour Starter: A Distance Perspective" »

3 Things to Look For at Northern Trust

Predictions for this week in at venerable Riviera... 1. Mickelson will contend, fall short. You have to commend Phil for playing his 4th event in a row. Don't see that a lot with the superstars, but Phil is showing a newfound committment to the game this year, with his family... Continue reading "3 Things to Look For at Northern Trust" »

Wilson Looking to Keep Rolling, Under the Radar

We all know that golf is a fickle game. One day you wonder why you aren't going to Q-school, the next you feel amazed that you had once been able to pull off a simple layup shot or even make a 3-footer. That's why stories like Mark Wilson's happen. See,... Continue reading "Wilson Looking to Keep Rolling, Under the Radar" »

Duval Update: What a Shocker

I made a point yesterday to talk about the unpredictability of David Duval's career. Just when you start to count him out, he brings his A-game, and vice versa. After consistent play to start the year, as well as last year's T2 at Pebble, there was no reason to think... Continue reading "Duval Update: What a Shocker" »

Pebble Rd 2 Update; Marino Keeps Rolling

Steve Marino is living the good life. Tacking on a 6-under round of 66 today at Pebble to his opening 7-under 65 at Spyglass yesterday, Marino stands comfortably atop the leaderboard late in round 2, three shots clear of D. A. Points, who is still on the course at Spyglass.... Continue reading "Pebble Rd 2 Update; Marino Keeps Rolling" »

The Enigma That is David Duval

David Duval just can't be figured out, can he? The mysterious man who wears dark sunglasses and rarely shows much emotion on the course would not appear to be a fan favorite, but his almost tragic fall from superstardom in the game turned some people (including me) into fans. Especially... Continue reading "The Enigma That is David Duval" »

Pebble Update Day 1

The AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am is underway from the Monterey Peninsula in California, with chilly temperatures in the mid-50's. This is not surprising, as this tournament is well-known for having frost delays as well as the (very) occasional snow delay. The tournament is a fan favorite, though, with celebrities... Continue reading "Pebble Update Day 1" »

Allianz Championship Power Rankings

The Champions Tour takes its show to Florida this week for the Allianz Championship. This year's event can only hope to match the drama of last year, with Bernhard Langer's bunker hole-out to beat John Cook in a playoff. The course, The Old Course at Broken Sound, measures under 6900... Continue reading "Allianz Championship Power Rankings" »


Welcome, My name is Kevin Prise and I am a sophomore journalism student at Syracuse University. I have followed golf for over eight years, and as an avid golfer myself, I am here to provide coverage of all things related to golf. I will cover the latest news and developments... Continue reading "Introduction" »

Saturday golfing by the Waldrons at Summer Breeze in Fremont, MI

Well we went golfing today at the Par 3 in Fremont, Michigan. Found out they are hurting cause of the hot weather or rainy weather and the bad economy. Its a beautiful course and I had a beautiful game. I got quite a few pars out of the 18 holes... Continue reading "Saturday golfing by the Waldrons at Summer Breeze in Fremont, MI" »

No senior PGA event this week

Ladies and gents, there was no senior pga this week. Fred Couples has been one of my favorite golfers. He has always been a good player and gets better every week. But after last week we should all be careful of Tom Leaham. Hes a force and he will win... Continue reading "No senior PGA event this week" »

The Memorial Tournament presented by Morgan Stanley, June 5, 2010

Well sorry about not posting earlier in the week to catch this whole Tournament, but been having a rough week and I don't mean being in the rough, although I was in there alot today but that is for another blog. :) Today was day 3 of the Memorial Tournament.... Continue reading "The Memorial Tournament presented by Morgan Stanley, June 5, 2010" »

Presidents of the United States who golfed?

Well there have been alot of our presidents who have golfed and a few who didn't. The first president who knew how to golf was William Taft. He thought golf was a big mans game, the only sport for big men. Theodore Roosevelt didn't like the game cause it wasn't... Continue reading "Presidents of the United States who golfed?" » Video Corner

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