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Horschel Catches ‘Lightning in a Bottle’ — Wins FedEx Cup

27-year-old Billy Horschel iced the cake of an unprecedented run in FedEx Cup history to scoop the pool, denying world number one Rory McIlroy at the East Lake Golf Club in Atlanta to capture the PGA Tour season-ending Tour Championship and the $10 million bounty as FedEx Cup champion. Horschel qualified for Playoff Series in [...]

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Henrik Stenson - Financial loses effect

The 2013 No. 1 Golfer in the World was . . ?

Predictably, Aussies consider Adam Scott the world No. 1 of 2013. Didn’t Scotty win the Sacred Masters for Down Under? And how about his 1-1-2 streak on his own Australasian Tour in November? Let me take this chauvinistic dream to pieces. First, the Masters is a mediocre event, because its field lacks too much depth, [...]

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Posted in 2014, February 2014, Golf Insight, NewsComments (0)


The OWGR (Part 2): how it distorts reality

OWGR (OFFICIAL WORLD GOLF RANKING): THE US PGA AND EUROPEAN TOURS ARE EQUALLY STRONG If there would be no difference in strength, the European Tour would have disappeared altogether, because every European pro would have queued up for membership of the US Tour. Most of them don’t even try, because they know full well how [...]

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Posted in 2014, Golf Insight, January 2014, NewsComments (0)