Monthly Archives: February 2014

Honda Classic Locks – Welcome Back to Real Golf

The Bear Trap!  It’s nice to be back to “real golf.”  I’m not trying to say what happened on the West Coast isn’t real golf, but let’s be honest; everything out there is more of an amusement park than actual … Continue reading

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Tuesday Afternoon Golf Pro – Knee Jerk Reactions

I know I’m late on this week’s MMGP, but who doesn’t like a Tuesday afternoon weekend wrap-up? I don’t know about you, but I think it’s tough to beat a Friday where you can take the day off to eat … Continue reading

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Sorry I’m Not Sorry

I know, I’m a huge asshole but I’m glad this happened to this guy.  First, I’m glad this happened at the match play because I hate it.  I didn’t make picks this week because it is impossible to predict. You … Continue reading

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R.I.P. – Eisenhower Tree

The golf world was struck with some sad, albeit strange, news this weekend when Augusta National announced that due to the awful winter ice storms that have devastated Georgia this winter they will be cutting down the legendary and iconic … Continue reading

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Sunday Morning Locks

So I have to be honest here I really haven’t watched too much of the tournament and have been actively yelling at PGA Tour Shot Tracker after watching Ryan Moore totally fail me, but it’s Sunday morning and the best … Continue reading

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Statistical Skepticism

Whether you like to throw down the occasional wager on a golf tournament or are simply an avid fantasy golf participant, statistics play an important role in your week to week selections.  But statistics can be deceiving, so pay attention … Continue reading

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Northern Trust Open: Gaming Preview

What is the profile for a winner at Rivera?  Good question.  Long hitters have won here; the short guys have done well too.  Obviously GIR and ball striking are keys to winning at any PGA tournament, but the only real … Continue reading

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