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The Downswing Golf BlogAll the good momentum came to a huge slowdown in Houston, where my foursome's best finish was 40th. Considering two of the past three Masters winners missed the cut before Augusta, maybe that's not such a bad position. And so for comedic purposes, if...
O, by the WayThey're schlepping their way through the first round of the Open Championship at Royal Birkdale in what is occasionally horizontal rain. The Bard sentimerntally described England as "this blessed plot, this earth, this realm" but he conventiently left out...
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Tribune golf reporterStudy and you too can become an expert on the country's biggest tournament—at the very least, you could impress your friends. 1. First U.S. Open: In 1895, Horace Rawlins wins at Newport Country Club in Newport, R.I. The tournament was considered a...
Tribune golf reporterThe first two Masters titles were all about history. Tiger Woods' green jacket in 1997 focused on breaking barriers, marking the first player of color to win at Augusta National. His second title in 2001 completed the Tiger Slam by becoming the only...
Tribune golf reporterThe U.S. Open will attract golf fans from 26 countries. They will be making the journey from places such as Brazil, New Zealand, China and South Africa. However, if you live just outside the gates of Olympia Fields Country Club, and you don't have a...
Sentinel Staff WriterThis time around, the capricious lightning rod that Retief Goosen calls his putter did anything but humiliate him. A day after he three-putted the 72nd hole in one of the most pitiable collapses in U.S. Open history, the soft-spoken South African's...
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