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The FedEx Cup used to be an extremely clunky playoff system that the media and fans treated with no reverance whatsoever. It didn't mean anything to win it other than the paycheck and the trophy. That's not how postseason sports are generally revered. It's not about the money - it's about the prestige, bragging rights and etching ones name into the archives as champion

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It's hard to believe we've already arrived at the fourth and final major championship of 2012. Not long ago, I used this blog to complain about how far away the Masters was and how there was a chance I wasn't going to make it long enough due to golf depression. Now, the major championship season is about to come to a close and I will probably just re-post the same thoughts I had

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The 2012 season is well underway, but for me, it truly gets started today as the Accenture Match Play opens up at the Ritz Carlton Golf Club, Dove Mountain in Marana, AZ.

I’m a sucker for a bracket, and even though I failed to find an online league that lets you make picks and tracks the progress so I could open this up to a challenge, I’ll take the old school paper

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The field is loaded at the WGC-HSBC Champions tournament in Shanghai. Too bad very few golf fans will get a chance to watch them go at it.

A 12 hour time difference between Shanghai and the Eastern United States will force fans who don't live a nocturnal lifestyle to miss any live coverage on the Golf Channel. Obviously, it's even worse for people living in the Midwest or on the

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Bill Haas didn’t just win the TOUR Championship and FedEx Cup on Sunday, he ignited a debate in the sports world that was running on all cylinders Monday.

The topic in questions wasn’t whether Haas was an unlikely double winner, but whether or not his shot on the par-4 17th in the second playoff hole was the Shot of the Year. Haas’ approach shot rolled into

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Stallings wins Greenbrier Classic

Who knew the Greenbrier Classic could be compelling on a day in which very few big-time golfers were in the mix on Sunday.

We were treated to a playoff between Scott Stallings, Bob Estes and Bill Haas Sunday afternoon, but it wasn't a long one. Stallings sunk a 7-foot birdie putt on the first playoff hole to beat Estes



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One of these days, I'm going to go back through my record of making picks for PGA Tour events and see just how bad the crime scene actually is. For now, I'm moving forward and picking from my gut to decide who's going to win the Greenbrier Classic at The Old White TPC in West Virginia.

I have mostly fond memories of West Virginia, other than the fact I dislike (or hate) WVU

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This week, we travel to Aronomink Golf Club in Newton Square, PA for the AT&T National, a tournament hosted by Tiger Woods... in which he won't be playing. No surprise here, as Woods is still rehabbing injuries to his left knee and achilles issues.

Regardless, Tiger still remains the big headline at the tournament. Whether it's him announcing he has no idea when he will be

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Wells Fargo Championship at Quail Hollow Club Round 1 Recap:

Top 10
1. Bill Haas, -8
T2. Jonathan Byrd, -6
T2. David Toms, -6
T4. Lucas Glover, -5
T4. Pat Perez, -5
T6. Stuart Appleby, -4
T6. Carl Pettersson, -4
T6. Rickie Fowler, -4
T6. Vijay Singh, -4
T6. Jim Herman, -4














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