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Tiger-less playoffs are NOT toothless

FacebookTwitterPinterestLinkedinemailHi Hope you all had a great weekend. Mine was on the golf course, as usual, playing okay in the rain and terribly in the sunshine – go figure! I seem to be a foul-weather golfer – which is good since I live in an area where rain is “the new sunshine”. I am sharing this article because it made ... Read More »

Fedex Cup – a joke or just sad tale?

FacebookTwitterPinterestLinkedinemailWell, I listened to it last night on the 19th hole on the Golf Channel and it’s all over the news this week. The Fedex Cup isn’t all it was cracked up to be – in fact, the cup is more than a little chipped. I did really like the advertisements on TV – Fedex put a lot of work ... Read More »

Caddyshack Bill arrested over ‘drunken’ golf cart spin

FacebookTwitterPinterestLinkedinemailOh Billy…looks like you were driving “over par” in Sweden. Hmmm…I guess we’ll have to check back in 2 weeks when the blood tests come back. I’m trying to figure out why you were out in regular traffic in a golf cart anyway? No taxis available at the hotel? That behavior in itself is a bit disconcerting for us fans, ... Read More »

Wie way or the highway

FacebookTwitterPinterestLinkedinemailWie aren’t surprised by this are Wie? Another caddie bites the dust or rather…heads to greener pastures – where he’ll get to see more “greens” because his player will be making a “wie” bit more cuts. Sigh…Sorry Michelle… Have you ever thought about running away from home? Golfgal Wie way or the highwayIrish Independent22 Aug 2007IN what could possibly be ... Read More »

Wanted: Arrogant upstart to catch the Tiger by the tail

FacebookTwitterPinterestLinkedinemailAlthough I don’t consider Tiger’s dominance of golf “boring”, I do appreciate the sentiment in this article.   I would love to see Tiger face stiffer competition, especially from my faves like Ernie.   But he certainly can’t be called an “upstart”, whereas Sergio can.  Yes, besides Monty (who I love to watch too – and hope will win a ... Read More »

A new twist on a “hole in one”

FacebookTwitterPinterestLinkedinemailI was reading my friend, Business Golf’s “Guy’s Rules” post and felt that I just had to post a “reBUTTal”. Ha ha…Okay…this post isn’t really about golf, but as you will see if you read to the end…its a perfect “hole in one”! Golfgal ADVICE FROM A RETIRED HUSBAND: It is important for men to remember that, as women grow ... Read More »

Even Ernie can’t hold back the superlatives when it comes to Tiger

FacebookTwitterPinterestLinkedinemailHa ha…even the mild mannered Ernie couldn’t hold back at the PGA. “__ck me!” from the Big Easy seemed so out of character – especially on the air! I didn’t realize this happened until I read this story in the Emirates Today. And I just loved Feherty’s comment… To quote Feherty, when Tiger hit an impossible shot out of the ... Read More »

The Game of Golf – links poetry at its best

FacebookTwitterPinterestLinkedinemailTime for more levity…came across the poem on the Fred and Cathy radio blog on Clear FM. Not sure if I have the author right, but I think it is from Tom Galloway. Anyway…it’s so perfect for those who love golf! THE GAME OF GOLF In my hand I hold a ball….white and dimpled, rather small….Oh , how bland it ... Read More »

Hitting the Grass Ceiling

FacebookTwitterPinterestLinkedinemailFor all women who still feel naked on the first tee…this article is for you. Remember the first time you had to get up in front of an audience and make a presentation or a speech? I do….my knees were shaking and there was a huge frog in my throat. That was many years ago and I still see the ... Read More »

How badly do you want to win, Gary? Not badly enough it would seem…

FacebookTwitterPinterestLinkedinemailDear fellow Canadians and golf fans everywhere… I have to say I have some serious mixed emotions about Player picking Weir for the President’s Cup, given his performance (or lack thereof) over the last 2 years. Yes, it is in Montreal and it would be very nice to see a Canadian in the field, but do we really believe that ... Read More »