1. Blixt Doesn't Blink on His Way to the Greenbrier Classic Win

    Blixt did not blink. Twenty-nine-year-old Swede Jonas Blixt never let the crowded leaderboard affect his play on his way to a two-shot win at the 2013 Greenbrier Classic...

    Robert Hartman Written by Robert Hartman about 1 year ago 783 reads 0 comments

  2. Greenbrier Classic Opening Round: Winter Rules Make for Summer Fun

    The opening round of the 2013 Greenbrier Classic turned into a wet playground for many players. Because of the wet conditions and the all night Wednesday soaker , the ...

    Robert Hartman Written by Robert Hartman about 1 year ago 492 reads 0 comments

  3. 2013 Greenbrier Classic Makes Splash in West Virginia

    Greenbrier Resort owner Jim Justice has reason to smile. And it is only partially due to the success of his four-year-old PGA Tour event, the Greenbrier Classic...

    Robert Hartman Written by Robert Hartman about 1 year ago 717 reads 0 comments

  4. Rory Mcllroy's Latest Wisdom; Not the Clubs, It Was a Toothache

    Oh, these nagging injuries. The NFL should be so lucky. For a non-contact sport, the PGA Tour is rough and tumble in a powder-puff kind of way...

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  5. Rory Mcllroy's Golf Club Change Brings a Vortex of Doubt

    The heartbeat of the unknown. Rory Mcllroy 's decision to climb aboard the Nike logo brings a familiar collective gasp from the gallery...

    Robert Hartman Written by Robert Hartman about over 1 year ago 473 reads 1 comments

  6. Charlie Beljan's Win at Disney Begs the Question: Fearless or Foolish?

    Was Charlie Beljan 's win at Disney a monster victory on the PGA Tour or a foolish example of pushing one's fortune? The margin for making it on the PGA Tour is about the distance between grooves on Charlie Beljan 's sand wedge...

    Robert Hartman Written by Robert Hartman about almost 2 years ago 367 reads 2 comments

  7. Golf's Best Nicknames

    It's a zoo out there. Well, maybe not a zoo, but when it comes to golf legends, nicknames roll off the tongue as if the storyteller is walking through a zoo...

    Robert Hartman Written by Robert Hartman about almost 2 years ago 5,190 reads 1 comments

  8. Rory McIlroy: Why the Tug-of-War for His Endorsement Power?

    Picture Nike's Phil Knight at one end of the rope and Titleist President Wally Uihlein at the other. In the middle as the proverbial mark, Rory McIlroy ...

    Robert Hartman Written by Robert Hartman about almost 2 years ago 1,587 reads 0 comments

  9. Ryder Cup Mulligan: Love III Should Have Picked These Four Players

    The final credits in the 2012 Ryder Cup movie have ended, and it's hard to go back and change the cast. But it's time to take a mulligan and re-think the four captain's picks made ...

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  10. Jim Furyk's 2012 Funk: A Series of Close Calls

    For Jim Furyk , the 2012 season might best be described as a fishing tale about the one that got away. Actually, it was two, er, three that got away. Three holes got away, and if played differently, Jim Furyk might have wound up winning the U...

    Robert Hartman Written by Robert Hartman about almost 2 years ago 896 reads 1 comments

  11. 2012 Ryder Cup Upon Further Review: Who Was the Real Winner?

    Davis Love III's Saturday night chat with his team must have included a chalk talk to implement the prevent defense...

    Robert Hartman Written by Robert Hartman about almost 2 years ago 1,240 reads 1 comments

  12. Ryder Cup 2012: Partners to Look for in Fourball and Foursome Pairings

    Ham and eggs. Toast and coffee. Batman and Robin. Ketchup and mustard. Beauty and the Beast. Lone Ranger and Tonto. Brooks and Dunn. Okay, some things are meant to be paired for success...

    Robert Hartman Written by Robert Hartman about almost 2 years ago 1,692 reads 1 comments

  13. Tiger Woods, Stuck on 14: How His Major Win Window Is Closing

    It all started on his bedroom wall. We now know it as the List . We know that Tiger posted the major championship mark set by Jack Nicklaus somewhere on his bedroom wall, maybe ...

    Robert Hartman Written by Robert Hartman about almost 2 years ago 954 reads 11 comments

  14. Ryder Cup 2012: Remembering Brookline; Why It Matters

    The Ryder Cup at Brookline was like the Miracle on Ice, only it was on grass. I can remember being at a family picnic during the Ryder Cup matches at Brookline in 1999...

    Robert Hartman Written by Robert Hartman about almost 2 years ago 553 reads 1 comments

  15. The 4 Players Davis Love III Should Select on Tuesday

    When captain Davis Love III finally announces his captains selections on Tuesday, there won't be any surprises. Love III knows his best chance for success at Medinah runs parallel to the notion that team chemistry and riffs are best kept in the rough...

    Robert Hartman Written by Robert Hartman about almost 2 years ago 363 reads 0 comments

  16. 2012 Ryder Cup Picks: Davis Love III to Choose Running Mates on Tuesday

    Just this side of the Republican National Convention, a lone 48-year-old has to make a decision on running mates...

    Robert Hartman Written by Robert Hartman about almost 2 years ago 1,769 reads 0 comments

  17. 7 Most Underrated Caddies in Golf

    Not too long ago the debate of who's your caddie was taking over the headlines. Stevie Williams was fired by Tiger Woods , then hired by Adam Scott...

    Robert Hartman Written by Robert Hartman about 2 years ago 3,159 reads 1 comments

  18. 5 Young Golfers Who Have the Talent to Keep Rory McIlroy from Immortality

    Is this a trend? Two majors, two years and he's only twenty-three. Rory Mcllroy came from Holywood Golf Club in Northern Ireland and he's about as close to going Hollywood as the next great film star or wannabe that has two Academy Awards...

    Robert Hartman Written by Robert Hartman about 2 years ago 1,295 reads 0 comments

  19. 2012 PGA Championship: 4 Reasons Phil Mickelson Will Be in Contention at Kiawah

    Oh, the winds of change . The heather near the ocean on Kiawah Island is waving expectantly. The water washes up on the sand, releasing to a bubbly finish like spilt champagne...

    Robert Hartman Written by Robert Hartman about 2 years ago 1,024 reads 2 comments

  20. 2012 PGA Championship: 10 Players Without a Major Who Will Score Low at Kiawah

    The game of golf is far from cookie cutter . This is not the Daytona 500 where cars whiz around an oval track again and again. This is raw terrain...

    Robert Hartman Written by Robert Hartman about 2 years ago 921 reads 1 comments

  21. 2012 British Open: Round 4 Highs and Lows

    There is really no rite of passage to winning one of golf's major championships. The Claret Jug does not generally go to the player with the best week tee to green, or the one that has the least amount of putts...

    Robert Hartman Written by Robert Hartman about 2 years ago 416 reads 0 comments

  22. 2012 British Open: Don't Overlook Jason Dufner

    Not since Ernest Hemingway has a player had a summer like this. Win, got married, win, tied for second, tied for fourth. That's almost a kick back, have a sweet iced tea and wait for the Auburn football season to start kind of summer...

    Robert Hartman Written by Robert Hartman about 2 years ago 395 reads 0 comments

  23. British Open 2012 Leaderboard: Highlights and Recap for Round 2

    Brandt Snedeker has proclaimed his game "boring golf." But, there is nothing boring about 10-under par and the top of the leaderboard...

    Robert Hartman Written by Robert Hartman about 2 years ago 1,584 reads 0 comments

  24. 2012 British Open: What Tiger Needs to Do to Sit atop Day 2 Leaderboard

    If every golfer in the field had the chance to include a 15th club in their golf bag, most would choose a magic wand. Golf is unforgiving. Instruction booklets are for putting together the barbecue grill, not for playing golf...

    Robert Hartman Written by Robert Hartman about 2 years ago 448 reads 0 comments

  25. The Greenbrier Classic: Tiger Woods Now Targets Sam Snead's Mark

    Eighty-mile per hour winds whipped through the Allegheny Mountains last Friday night. The mid-summer storm made the Old White course at the Greenbrier Resort look like a Boy Scout campground gone bad...

    Robert Hartman Written by Robert Hartman about 2 years ago 476 reads 0 comments