Category Archives: Steve

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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Dream Course – Pebble F’ing Beach

Pebble Beach No shit, it made the list.  It has all the ingredients: dramatic views, great history, it’s hosted U.S. Opens and has played a major role in the history of golf.  It’s probably #1 on my list overall, let … Continue reading

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PGA Tour Dream Courses

Watching Pebble this past weekend got me thinking about the best courses on the PGA Tour and the ones I would want to play hack-up.  I was deep in thought and realized two things:  first, I don’t really know much about the … Continue reading

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Most Interesting Pairings in the Pro-Am

If the PGA executives are going to make us watch hackers miss 4-foot bogey putts all weekend we might as well have some fun with it. 1 – Dustin Johnson and Wayne Gretzky/ John Daly and Kid Rock – Um, … Continue reading

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AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-AM: Gaming Preview

3 – Oh, the Pro-Am.  Some people see it as an opportunity to see the world’s best players take on the single, most iconic and breathtaking course in the world.  Others, like me, see it as another opportunity to be … Continue reading

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Golf Digest Hot List

12– Dear Golf Digest Hot List, I’m sure big golf companies are paying you a lot of money to review their clubs, but can you stop being a woman and pick a club for me?  You have 12 drivers on … Continue reading

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Who the F*&! is Stephen Gallacher?

2 – Apparently he’s a 39-year-old Scottish journeyman who keeps destroying major champions and FedEx cup winners in the Middle East.  He’s won back-to-back Dubai Desert Classics.  Two.  How exactly does this happen?  Also, who the hell would want two … Continue reading

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