1. Tiger Woods Speaks at Congressional

    Tiger Woods won the AT&T National at Congressional Country Club on Sunday. As host and competitor he spoke out on a variety of subjects throughout the week. Here are some of his more interesting and revealing comments...

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  2. Tiger Reigns Supreme at AT&T National

    From his home at the White House in Washington, D.C., President Barrack Obama runs the most powerful government and country in the world...

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  3. Ricky Barnes Leads the U.S. Open at Bethpage Black

    Who? Not Tiger Woods, Phil Mickelson, or Padraig Harrington, who have won a total of 20 Majors? What do you mean? Not a rising star like Geoff Ogilvy, Paul Casey, or Ian Poulter? C'mon—I must be dreaming, right? This wet and soggy U...

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  4. There is Joy in Mudville at the U.S. Open

    Here we are three days into the U.S. Open at Bethpage Black with only a little over two rounds having been played. All three days have ended in transition, some players competing in one of the first three rounds and others not at all...

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  5. Tiger to Win Quadruple-Double at Bethpage

    Coach Pat Riley and the Los Angeles Lakers invented the "three-peat" winning the NBA Championship three years in a row from 2000 through 2002. Tiger Woods is trying to achieve the "quadruple-double" by being the first to win all four Majors back-to-back..

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  6. Laughter from the 2009 U.S. Open

    Rain delays aren't funny, especially at a U.S. Open. But even with the national championship on the line and the difficulty of Bethpage Black staring them in the face some of the players found an opportunity for humor in the media room this week...

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  7. U.S. Open Play Cancelled Today: Rain Rain Go Away (Please)

    Play, Play, Play—NOT! Play started this morning at 7 a.m. with amateur Rickie Fowler teeing off the first hole and professional J.P. Hayes teeing off the tenth hole. Play was suspended at 10:16 a...

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  8. Encore Presentation: People of the U.S. Open

    Okay I really did walk the course of Wednesday. Please see my other Slideshow- Holes of the U.S. Open for proof. Invariably I met some more nice people along the way and felt I had to do an encore presentation of the people I met at the U...

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  9. Holes of the U.S. Open

    Here is a hole-by-hole description of Bethpage Black. This is the United States Open our national championship. It will be contested on the Black course at Bethpage State Park on Long Island, New York...

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  10. People of the U.S. Open

    Can't get out to the U.S. Open at Bethpage Black this week? Come along with me! Today (Tuesday) I was out there meeting the people of the U.S. Open...

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  11. U.S. Open Preview: Woods Will Win At Bethpage Again

    Woods will win the U.S. Open at Bethpage again, just like he did in 2002. That's what everyone thinks. What is Tiger thinking? Maybe the other 155 contestants in the 109th U.S...

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  12. It's Gay's Time Again in Memphis

    It's Gay's Time Again in Memphis By Andy Reistetter, 6/14/09 Brian Gay opened with a 6-under par 64 on Thursday and followed the good start with three solid rounds of 66 to win the St...

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  13. Laughter from Memphis

    Golf is a serious game. Golf is also a humbling game in that to play it effectively over a period of time you have to incorporate humor in order to survive its hardships on one’s body, mind and spirit...

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  14. John Daly Uncensored in Memphis

    "Champions come from the heart." That is what John Daly's mom use to tell him. We all know there is nothing wrong with John Daly's heart. We all know he is a champion golfer too. Most importantly he is a champion to us in our lives...

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  15. U.S. Open Field Set at 156 for Bethpage Black (as of Monday 10 am EST)

    The list of competitors for this year's U.S. Open has been released. The tournament takes place June 18-21 at Bethpage State Park's Black Course on Long Island, N.Y. Contenders come from around the world—professionals and amateurs alike...

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  16. Phil Mickelson & Amy: Together in Everything

    Phil is trying to come back to normalcy at the St. Jude Classic in Memphis. That's what you try to do when your world gets turned upside down. There's one thing that is obvious from his media interview on Wednesday...

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  17. By the Numbers: Who Is Playing the PGA Tour and How Are They Doing?

    This is an update of an article published on 3/24/09. At that time we were 11 weeks into the 2009 PGA TOUR season. We are two-thirds of the way through the 2009 PGA Tour season having played for 22 consecutive weeks...

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  18. Tiger's Memorial Sunday 66 Is His 67th Win

    The Memorial Tournament, as its name implies, is to preserve the memory of golfing greats from bygone eras. This year's honorees were Joanne Carner, a winner of 43 LPGA events, and two-time Major winner Jackie Burke Jr...

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  19. Ten Things I Love About the U.S. Open at Bethpage

    1. "Graduated" Rough We all want to hit it long and straight. Some of us do. Most of us do not. Professional golfers are expected to do it consistently. At least if they want to become the 2009 United States Open Champion...

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  20. Golf: YTD Player Performance (June 2)

    Here’s a look at the performance of selected PGA TOUR golfers. Looking back to their 2008 performances and what has been accomplished year-to-date (YTD) in 2009. Key metrics include the Money List and Official World Golf Ratings (OWGR)...

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  21. Steve Stricker Strikes Again Winning at Colonial

    In the beginning of the week it was all Stricker as he posted a pair of 63s to begin the famed Crowne Invitational at Colonial. Tim Clark was right there with him and the leader by two after three rounds...

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  22. Stricker is Strictly Business at Colonial

    Stricker is strictly business at Colonial where he is leading by one shot after opening with back-to-back 63s. Even after shattering the 36-hole record by two strokes he was unaware of it and is not getting ahead of himself...

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  23. We All Love Amy Mickelson

    It’s as simple as that—we all love Amy Mickelson. And we were all saddened by the news that came on last Wednesday that she has been diagnosed with breast cancer and will likely undergo major surgery in the next two weeks...

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  24. Laughter and Tears from the HP Byron Nelson

    Golf is a serious game. Golf is also a humbling game in that to play it effectively over a period of time, you have to incorporate humor in order to survive its hardships on one’s body, mind and spirit...

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  25. Rory Sabbatini's a Texas Star Now

    Sabbatini is a Texas star now and joins some elite company having won both the Dallas/Fort Worth golf tournaments at Colonial in 2007 and on Sunday at the HP Byron Nelson at TPC Four Seasons Resort...

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