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The Downswing Golf BlogHad the U.S. Open kept its rule allowing anyone within 10 shots of the lead to make the cut, the Olympic Club would still see the likes of Masters champion Bubba Watson and runner-up Louis Oosthuizen, FedEx Cup titleholder Bill Haas, Dustin Johnson,...
The Downswing Golf BlogOn one hand, Brian Davis was using such terms as “awful” and “terrible” in assessing his opening round at the Wells Fargo Championship. But there also was a certain delight in his description. “When I missed it, I got away...
The Downswing Golf BlogBubba Watson keeps his goals reasonable, though as a rallying cry it rather stumbles off the tongue. Just top 18, baby! Hey, you can’t win every week, and the newly crowned Masters champion will be the first to acknowledge that. But as he returns to...
The Downswing Golf BlogBrian Davis, who parlayed a sponsor invitation to the Arnold Palmer Invitational into a fourth-place finish last month, has responded with an impressive thank-you note – giving one-fourth of his Bay Hill winnings to the medical center bearing...
Former Kansas golfer Gary Woodland shot a 2-under par 70 in the second round of the Masters, Friday, which was good enough for a tie of 19th place. The former Kansas standout sits at 1-under par for the tournament and is just four strokes behind leaders...
AP Golf WriterORLANDO, Fla. (AP) — From the fairway on the par-5 sixth hole at Bay Hill, caddie Joe LaCava looked back toward the tee box in time to see Tiger Woods stop suddenly in the middle of his swing. "What's going on?" LaCava said, peering into the sun....
Jay Haas keeps himself busy, with events on the Champions Tour and three grandchildren. He also does his best to find time to spend with his sons, Bill and Jay Jr. He says he can at least get a hold of one of them, and it's like talking to both since Jay...
Tags: Hale Irwin, Jay Haas, Jack Nicklaus, Basketball, PGA Tour
The Western Golf Association made it official Monday, announcing that Conway Farms will host the 2013 BMW Championship. The Tribune reported Feb. 8 that Luke Donald’s home course, located in Lake Forest, would host the FedEx Cup event in 2013...
Tags: Luke Donald, PGA Tour, Sports, BMW Championship, Golf
The Downswing Golf BlogLee Westwood's on-again, off-again relationship with the PGA Tour is on again. The former world No.1 announced Wednesday that he will take up PGA Tour membership again in 2012, committing himself to his first FedEx Cup pursuit. “It just felt right...
The Downswing Golf BlogNAPLES – The last time Anthony Kim teed it up on these shores, he was making an early exit from the FedEx Cup with a third missed cut over a four-week stretch. Well, unless you want to count an October sponsor outing in New Jersey. “Shot about...
The Downswing Golf BlogJim Furyk locked up his 17th consecutive Masters invitation – though just barely – as one of 11 not-yet-qualified players to finish among the top 50 in Sunday's year-end world rankings. Newly crowned Australian Masters champion Ian Poulter and...
Sports NowDustin Johnson joins Phil Mickelson, Greg Norman in Humana Challenge field....
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