What would you rather be on Sunday: the Hunter or the Hunted? (Devil Ball)

“He’s got a lot of golf left in him. I promise you, he’s not done” (Devil Ball)

KJ Choi donates $200k to tornado relief (Devil Ball)

How about 12 hole rounds? (Devil Ball)

Matrin Kaymer is the latest golfer to get rid of his looper (Wei Under Par)

France was the save choice for the 2018 Ryder Cup (Geoff Shackelford)

Are Tiger’s better days behind him? (Golf Digest / Geoff Shackelford)

Rees Jones may be done altering US Open courses (Geoff Shackelford)

Jerry Kelly is the TCU mascot (Golf Digest)

To to play golf as a beginner (Golf Digest)

Rory McIlroy has a different career outlook after his Masters gag session (Golf)

Can Luke Donald become the World #1? (Golf)

First round tee times at Colonial (PGA Tour)

TOUR Insider (PGA Tour)

Shots of the Week: TPC Sawgrass (PGA Tour, Devil Ball)

The 2011 Ryder Cup goes to….. France (Wei Under Par, Golf)

The Sport Rich List is out and there are a lot of golfers on there (Wei Under Par)

Tiger aims for US Open return (Wei Under Par, Washington Post)

Power Rankings: Crowne Plaza Invitational at Colonial (PGA Tour)

Johnny Miller takes another dig at Tiger (Devil Ball)

Random thoughts from THE Players (Geoff Shackelford)

The Donald and his Scotland Project (Geoff Shackelford)

KJ Choi’s swing sequence (Golf Digest)

Seve’s five best tips for winning head to head matches (Golf Digest)

PGA TOUR Confidential (Golf)

Paul Goydos: Retirement thoughts to a 3rd place finish at THE Players (PGA Tour)

Final round highlights from TPC (PGA Tour)

An in depth look how #17 performed in 2011 (PGA Tour)

Top Shelf Goydos had a nice showing (PGA Tour)

Sergio posted a final round 65 (PGA Tour)

More highlights from TPC (PGA Tour)

David Toms has an attractive wife (Barstool Sports)

Ian Poulter did NOT want a 5:30 AM wake up Sunday morning (Wei Under Par)

Choi’s Bois at TPC (Wei Under Par)

More Phil quotes (Wei Under Par)

Phil almost aced #17 (Wei Under Par)

Chris Wood almost won on the Euro tour, here’s a look at his career (Wei Under Par)

Speaking of #17, Charlie Hoffman found the drink (Devil Ball)

Graeme McDowell had the 54 hole lead (Devil Ball)

Johnny Miller doesn’t like Ian Poulter’s rush to avoid an early Sunday morning wakeup (Devil Ball)

Here’s some stories you may have missed over the weekend (Devil Ball)

Steve Stricker was in contention again in Florida (Golf Digest)

2011 TPC winner, KJ Choi’s swing sequence (Golf Digest)

Where does Tiger Woods go from here (Golf Digest)

The golf tournament of all golf tournaments, The Masters. It’s finally here!

Day 1 made me incredibly depressed. Alvaro Quiros, who is my age and Rory McIlroy, who is twenty fucking one, are in the lead. Sigh. Anyway on to the action…

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Innisbrook Resort and Golf Club

This week’s tournament is the Transitions Championship, which is formerly the Tampa Bay Classic and will be played at Innisbrook Resort and Golf Club. Last year Jim Furyk notched the victory at -13 in a pretty decent field. Also finishing in the top 10 last year: KJ Choi, Bubby Watson, Nick Watney, Ratief Goosen, Luke Donald, Steve Stricker, and Padraig Harrington.

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Yesterday’s leader, Phil Mickelson fell 3 spots today to T4/-7 and shot a +2/72. Today was not the bogy free round that Phil produced yesterday. He had 4 bogyes today with 1 eagle, 1 birdie, and 12 pars. That single eagle was on his first hole of the day, the par 5, 1st. He hit a 189 yard 8 iron for his approach. On my best day that’s at least a 5 iron. The driver however was what did Phil in. He only found about half of the fairways and had 12 more puts in round 2. The lead is now in sole posession of Scott McCarron at -10 who shot a -3/68 today and a -7/64 yesterday. He scored 5 birdies, 11 pars, and 2 bogeys today, including a chip in from just off the green on the par 4, 3rd hole. Not a bad round for the UCLA grad.

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Some highlights throughout the final round and a little recap of our stellar picks.

Fijianness

Fijianness

  • Vijay, in all his mighty Fijianness(yay for new words) had a great day shooting a final round 67. Vijay was able to birdie the 18th hole with a 10 foot putt to claim the victory over Steve Stricker. His final run for the lead was started on the back 9 with three straight birdies, which really set the stage for his victory.   What’s even more amazing was that Vijay took a good deal of time off after his win at the FedEx Cup. He was not only able to play after 3 months off but he was also able to win in a field that was made up of some of the best golfers out there.
  • Finishing third overall was Anthony Kim. He was the 54-hole leader coming into this round and still shot remarkably well, except for those two consecutive double bogeys on the 14th and 15th. The par-3 where A.K. hit his 7 iron short into the water was pretty disappointing especially after the 14th where he drove right into some bushes. Even though by now I totally realized I had no shot at K.J. Choi coming back. I was definitely pulling for A.K., but it seemed he didn’t have the gas to create a strong finish.

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Everything you missed from Saturday’s third round at the Chevron World Challenge.

  • Jim Furyk continues to amaze me and it’s not because of his “phone booth” swing. He had a chance to cushion his lead on 18 and go into day 4 with a 1-2 shot lead. Instead, he pulled a “me” and donated his 2nd shot to the drink. I know how you feel, Jim…I have a phobia of water too. Furyk pulled the string too much from the drop and then missed his putt to give him a double and a 70 for the day. He’s currently at -7 and should make for an interesting Sunday.
  • Villegas picked up where he left off and continued to plat consistent golf. By the way, what does he have against regular-sized bills on his hats? He started to look a little shaky on the 16th par 5. His tee shot landed directly in the fairway bunker and his out shot was a terrible effort that went about 30 yards into the rough. I know it wasn’t a great lie in the sand but it was still a bad shot. luckily for him, he stuck his 3rd shot withing striking distance from the pin and penciled in a par. I guess that is why these guys are doing what they do and I am doing what I do…sit on the couch and watch in awe. I still can’t get over his hats, though. Camilo finished with a 69 (giggedy) and is 2 shots off the lead. (more…)

KENNY!!!This is a weekly posting where we will be giving our expert picks for the weeks tourney. Feel free to throw your picks at us and if we get enough we can maybe get a fantasy league setup. Enjoy

The Chevron World Challenge is a tournamenet hosted by Tiger Woods at Sherwood CC, in Thousand Oaks, CA that will be played this weekend. Thte field is quite stout with a number of big names: “the Spicy Fijian” Vijay Singh, Anthony Kim, Boo Weekley and our local smokey Ben Curtis.

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