1. 2011 British Open: Five Reasons We Won't Witness a Rory McIlroy Comeback

    Rory McIlroy trails the leaders by four strokes entering Saturday's third round. While that is not a large margin, it is unlikely that he will be able to make a run at the Claret Jug...

    Mike  Lynch Written by Mike Lynch about 3 years ago 219 reads 2 comments

  2. 2011 British Open: 5 Big-Name Players Who Could Miss the Cut

    Five very big names are in danger of not seeing the weekend at Royal St. George's, and I'm not talking about the likes of John Daly or David Duval. These are players who have been successful in recent years...

    Mike  Lynch Written by Mike Lynch about 3 years ago 532 reads 4 comments

  3. Tiger Woods: Time for the PGA Superstar to Be Honest

    Tiger Woods has tried to spin his public image since his days as an amateur. We were led to believe that he had a perfect father who helped him overcome numerous obstacles to be a star...

    Mike  Lynch Written by Mike Lynch about 3 years ago 1,838 reads 26 comments

  4. 2011 British Open: 12 Things You Need to Know About Royal St. George's

    The 2011 Open Championship will take place at Royal St. George's Golf Club in Sandwich England. Rory McIlroy is the likely favorite, with Tiger Woods still on the injured list...

    Mike  Lynch Written by Mike Lynch about 3 years ago 559 reads 2 comments

  5. British Open 2011: Why There Is No Favorite at Royal St. George's

    So who is the favorite for this year’s British Open at Royal St. George? Rory McIlroy obviously comes to mind. He won the US Open in dominating fashion. Two Englishmen top the world rankings, Luke Donald and Lee Westwood...

    Mike  Lynch Written by Mike Lynch about 3 years ago 798 reads 6 comments

  6. Travelers Championship: Six Pivotal Holes at TPC River Highlands

    The TPC River Highlands measures only 6,844 yards. The opportunity to post very low numbers exists on this course. The most dramatic stretch of the course is the 15th through the 17th hole, playing around a lake...

    Mike  Lynch Written by Mike Lynch about 3 years ago 344 reads 2 comments

  7. Bubba Watson Among the 15 Golfers to Watch at the Travelers Championship

    Bubba Watson headlines the field at this years Travelers Championship. Located at the TPC River Highlands in Cromwell, Connecticut, the event attracts the second-most patrons on the PGA Tour schedule...

    Mike  Lynch Written by Mike Lynch about 3 years ago 435 reads 3 comments

  8. Wladimir Klitschko: How He Would Fare Against Mike Tyson and Others

    Wladimir Klitschko boasts an impressive record of 55 wins, three defeats and 49 wins by knockout. Under the training of Manny Steward, Klitschko has not lost since 2004. He has tightened up his style, and no one has been able to get past his jab...

    Mike  Lynch Written by Mike Lynch about 3 years ago 7,288 reads 70 comments

  9. US Open Golf 2011 Results: Rory McIlroy Gets Redemption in a Record Way

    The questions lingered after Rory McIlroy’s final round 80 to lose the Masters. Did he have the mental makeup to win a major? He put them all to bed on Sunday...

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  10. Rory McIlroy: Don't Bet on a Collapse at the US Open

    Rory McIlroy has talent that comes along once in a golfing generation. His score of 131 through the first two days is a new US Open record...

    Mike  Lynch Written by Mike Lynch about 3 years ago 359 reads 6 comments

  11. 2011 US Open Golf: Keep the Tees Back and Challenge the Players

    Congressional Country Club measures an intimidating 7,574 yards. Mike Davis recently revealed plans to shorten several holes for a round to Golf Digest ...

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  12. US Open Golf 2011: Sergio Garcia and Other Possible Sleepers at Congressional

    The US Open always presents the chance for a dark horse to emerge. The long hitter can take angles off the tee that most of the field cannot. He can also have many more short-iron approach shots...

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  13. Phil Mickelson and Sam Snead: 10 Painful Close Calls at the US Open

    Phil Mickelson owns the record for most runner-up finishes at the US Open with five. He has won 39 PGA Tour events and four majors but has not been able to win a US Open...

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  14. 1995 New Jersey Devils: Their Dominant Path to the Stanley Cup Championship

    The New Jersey Devils were expected to be a Stanley Cup contender in 1995. The previous season ended with a heartbreaking Game 7 loss in the Eastern Conference Finals to the New York Rangers ...

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  15. 2011 US Open: Congressional Joins the Club of Courses to Host 3 US Opens

    The 2011 US Open marks the 66th consecutive year of the tournament. It had been on hiatus due to the Second World War. It has been staged at 27 different courses over this span. 11 courses have hosted at least three...

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  16. Tiger Woods: Why Golf Only Needs Him Back to Pass the Torch

    Tiger Woods is clearly in decline. His left knee is chronically injured and is causing additional leg problems. His putting has significantly worsened. Tiger’s off-course incidents have eroded the mental edge that he had over his peers...

    Mike  Lynch Written by Mike Lynch about over 3 years ago 408 reads 14 comments

  17. 2011 US Open: The Key Holes for Phil Mickelson and Other Contenders

    The Blue Course of Congressional Country Club in Bethesda, Maryland, is the site of the 2011 US Open. It has previously hosted the 1964 US Open, the 1976 PGA Championship and the 1997 US Open...

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  18. Tiger Woods: Could the 2008 U.S. Open Have Been His Final Major Title?

    Tiger Woods , with his playoff victory over Rocco Mediate at the 2008 U.S. Open, won his 14th major, and breaking Jack Nicklaus' record of 18 major titles seemed certain. Three years later, this is no longer the case...

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  19. Colonial Invitational: The Major Champions Who Have Won in Fort Worth.

    The Crowne Plaza Invitational at Colonial has a history of notable winners. Ben Hogan, with five victories, is most associated with the tournament. Jack Nicklaus, Phil Mickelson and Arnold Palmer have all claimed victory at Colonial Country Club...

    Mike  Lynch Written by Mike Lynch about over 3 years ago 274 reads 0 comments