In The Spieth Of The Moment

by Schportz on Oct 03, 2016

The Americans took home the Ryder Cup over the weekend beating Europe for the first time since 2008. The 17-11 victory over Europe was their biggest rout in 35 years at the Ryder Cup. Jordan Spieth and his teammate Patrick Reed put up 2.5 points to the American victory, but the duo also contributed an
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The $50,000 Tee Shot

by Schportz on Jul 01, 2016

Daniel Berger, who captured his first PGA Tour victory earlier this month at the FedEx St. Jude Classic, hit a beautiful opening tee shot at this week’s WGC-Bridgestone Invitational. And that was it. Berger withdrew from the tournament with a shoulder injury, but not without collecting one of those big novelty checks. See, the Bridgestone
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Mickelson’s Head Shot

by Schportz on Jun 05, 2016

  Fresh off his repayment $931,000 (plus interest) for insider trading, Phil Mickelson is right back being the lovable golfer he was 20 pounds ago. Phil hasn’t won a tournament since 2013 and he showed some evidence to that this weekend by hooking his drive into the gallery on the right and dinging it off
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Golf’s Young Blood

by Schportz on Aug 17, 2015

A teary-eyed Jason Day won his first major title at Whistling Straits on Sunday at the age of 27. He spent the latter part of the round fending off Jordan Spieth who was vying for his third major this year. Day finished the PGA Championship at -20, breaking the record for most shots under par
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Tales from the U.S. Open

by Schportz on Jun 22, 2015

The U.S. Open at Chambers Bay on Sunday reminded me of the old Choose Your Own Adventure books from my childhood – pick a storyline you want to follow and see where it goes. There were a few to choose from over the weekend. Do you choose the Champion Spieth who picked up his second
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