1. Live from the PGA at Hazeltine on Saturday: Tiger Can't Shake Padraig

    Golf writer Andy Reistetter is on site at Hazeltine National Golf Club in Chaska, MN and is providing daily reports covering both inside and outside the ropes. Here are his notes from Saturday, Aug...

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  2. Live from the PGA at Hazeltine on Friday

    Golf writer Andy Reistetter is on site at Hazeltine National Golf Club in Chaska, Minnesota and is providing daily reports covering both inside and outside the ropes. Here are his notes from Friday, August 14, 2009...

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  3. Live from the PGA at Hazeltine on Thursday- Tiger and Padraig Continued

    Golf writer Andy Reistetter is on site at Hazeltine National Golf Club in Chaska, Minnesota and is providing daily reports covering both inside and outside the ropes. Here are his notes from Thursday 8/13/09...

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  4. Live From the Wednesday's PGA at Hazeltine: The Best Field in Golf

    Golf writer Andy Reistetter is on site at Hazeltine National Golf Club in Chaska, Minnesota and is providing daily reports covering both inside and outside the ropes. Here are his notes from Wednesday 8/12/09...

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  5. Live from the PGA on Tuesday: Harrington-Woods Rematch at Hazeltine

    Golf writer Andy Reistetter is on site at Hazeltine National Golf Club in Chaska, Minnesota and is providing daily reports covering both inside and outside the ropes...

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  6. Live from the PGA at Hazeltine - Monday, August 10th

    Golf writer Andy Reistetter is on site at Hazeltine National Golf Club in Chaska, Minnesota and is providing daily reports covering both inside and outside the ropes. Here are his notes from Monday, August, 10, 2009...

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  7. Padraig Harrington Poised to Win WGC and Defend at the PGA Championship

    Two months ago, in early June, Padraig Harrington was looking ahead to the last three majors of the 2009 PGA TOUR season. "It really is now starting to get into the beef of the season...

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  8. Tiger Roars Back at the Buick Open with a Fierce 63

    So after a missed cut at the Open at Turnberry and an opening 71 at the Buick Open, you think Tiger is just like us? NOT! Tiger came roaring back with a fierce 63 to get back into contention at the Buick Open...

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  9. HOPE-full Memories at the World Golf HOF

    Want to laugh really hard and out loud? Want to shed a tear? Go see the marquee exhibit "Shanks for the Memory" at the World Golf Hall of Fame in St. Augustine, Florida. I did this afternoon and had a wonderful time...

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  10. Regrouped Tiger Woods To Streak Through PGA, Nervous Field Covers Its Eyes

    Okay, so he didn't play in last year's PGA Championship at Oakland Hills CC, which is less than 40 miles from Warwick Hills CC—the site of this week's Buick Open...

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  11. One To Stew Over: Cink's Victory Latest in Line of Memorable Turnberry Events

    This Turnberry Open was no exception. Yes, it all started with Tom Watson defeating Jack Nicklaus in the "Duel in the Sun" in 1977...

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  12. Stewart Cink, a True Champion

    Stewart Cink shot an opening round of 66 at the Open Championship at Turnberry. He was asked two questions in a short media interview after the round. Both questions were about Tom Watson going around Turnberry in 65 strokes...

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  13. Live from the Open at Turnberry-July 19

    Golf writer Andy Reistetter is on site at the Open at Turnberry and is providing daily reports covering both inside and outside the ropes. Here are his notes from the final round and playoff on Sunday 7/19/09...

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  14. Tom Watson, Natural Leader

    We all wanted Tom Watson to win the Open at Turnberry. It's that simple. Any of the thousands surrounding the 18th hole on the Ailsa course or any of the millions watching on television would ...

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  15. Live from the Open at Turnberry: Third Round, July 18

    Golf writer Andy Reistetter is on site at the Open at Turnberry and is providing daily reports covering both inside and outside the ropes. Here are his notes from Saturday 7/18/09...

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  16. Live from the Open at Turnberry- July 17

    Golf writer Andy Reistetter is on site at the Open at Turnberry and is providing daily reports covering both inside and outside the ropes. Here are his notes from Friday 7/17/09...

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  17. Live from the British Open at Turnberry, July 16

    Golf writer Andy Reistetter is on site at the Open at Turnberry and is providing daily reports covering both inside and outside the ropes. Here are his notes from Thursday, July 16...

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  18. The New Turnberry: What Has Changed?

    Turnberry has a storied history as an Open Championship venue. Surprisingly, its history is fairly recent dating back only to 1977 when Tom Watson outlasted Jack Nicklaus in the "Duel in the Sun...

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  19. People of the British Open (Part 2)

    Here are more People of the British Open… Part 2. Cheers from the United Kingdom. More specifically from Scotland in Turnberry at the site of this week's British Open...

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  20. People of the British Open (Part 1)

    Hello from Scotland at Turnberry where the British Open is being contested this week. I am excited as this is my first British Open. Please join me as I meet the people of the British Open...

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  21. Open Title Fight: Lyle vs. Montgomerie

    What the heck is going on in the world of golf? Mutiny on the Bounty at the U.S. Women's Open last week, players toppling a Commissioner...

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  22. Tiger Set To Win Open at Turnberry

    Lucky Ryo Ishikawa, the young 17-year-old golfing phenom from Japan. He, along with England's Lee Westwood, is paired with Tiger Woods in, as they say in Scotland, "Game No. 15" (pairing to Americans) at 9:09 AM on Thursday...

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  23. An "Open" Plea to Padraig Harrington

    Hopefully there is hope for Padraig to get back on track this week at Turnberry as he attempts to win the prestigious British Open for the third consecutive year. Yes he won the Irish PGA last week but no his frame of reference is still askew...

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  24. Confusion in Golf: Who the Heck are the R&A?

    Who are the R&A? Easy answer? WRONG! They are not The Royal and Ancient Golf Club of St Andrews, which dates back to its foundation in 1754, over 250 years ago...

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  25. Field of 156 Set for the 2009 British Open at Turnberry

    History tends to repeat itself. That is exactly what happened at Royal Birkdale last year as Padraig Harrington defended his championship victory from the previous year at Carnoustie. Well not exactly...

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