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Memorial Tournament

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  • Over-the-edge putt puts club pro into U.S. Open

     
    By definition, Dennis Miller is a golf pro. But as director of golf for Mill Creek Golf Course in Boardman, Ohio, he’s more likely to book your charity outing or help fix that over-the-top swing that’s forever putting you in the trees. The PGA...
  • Golf Channel’s ‘Longest Day’ set to blanket U.S. Open sectionals

     
    It’s all hands on deck today at Golf Channel, which has fanned out its crew across the nation in an ambitious quest to provide wall-to-wall coverage from all 11 U.S. Open qualifiers being contested for berths next week at Olympic Club. Appropriately...
  • Chris DiMarco catches up with Urban Meyer while at Memorial

     
    Though Chris DiMarco isn’t likely to pass up a Memorial Tournament berth anyway, he now has another reason to come to Muirfield Village. Urban Meyer lives just a few miles from Jack’s Place, making it easy for DiMarco to drop by and shoot...
  • PGA Tour Pick-4: Memorial Tournament

     
    Tiger Woods. Rory McIlroy. Bubba Watson. Dustin Johnson. At just about any PGA Tour stop, that quartet would make a pretty strong Pick-4. With the U.S. Open just two weeks hence, though, they arrive at the Memorial Tournament as four question marks. Woods...
  • Time to squelch debate, appreciate Tiger Woods’ current state

     
    So exactly what is meant when the debate goes back and forth over whether Tiger Woods is “back?” Is it multiple PGA Tour wins? Check. Three? Sure. Leading the FedEx Cup standings? Top of the earnings list? Check and check. Of course, there are...
  • PGA Tour Pick-4: Crowne Plaza Colonial

     
    They've reversed the Texas Two-Step. Since the PGA Tour broke away as its own entity in 1970, the Colonial Invitational has followed the Byron Nelson Classic on the schedule. Several years found an event or three wedged in between the duo, but Byron...
  • Open windows closing on Sergio Garcia

     
    Sergio Garcia hasn’t missed a major championship since teeing it up at the 1999 British Open, a streak that reached 47 when he tied for 35th at the Masters last month. That run is in serious jeopardy now. The Spaniard lasted just four holes in...
  • Memorial Day Niblicks: No.1 Luke Donald & ageless Tom Watson

     
    Another travel day, plus a little pre-travel Memorial Day tasks, brings us another late-day edition of Monday Niblicks. Let’s face it, you probably read this during office hours anyway. It’s OK with us if it’s OK with your boss. And...
  • Chris DiMarco makes use of Memorial berth with opening 67

     
    Chris DiMarco called in a favor of sorts to get into this week’s Memorial Tournament. Unable to crack the lineup on his own exempt status, the Longwood pro lobbied Memorial host Jack Nicklaus by reminding him of his 15-foot birdie that won the...
  • Monday Niblicks: Yankee pride & Singh’s streak stops

     
    Has the demise of American golf been exaggerated? Judging from the final leaderboard at the Memorial Tournament, maybe it has. Though Steve Stricker appeared to be leaking oil and belching smoke, he managed to take home his 10th PGA Tour victory. Matt...
  • Agent: U.S. Open champ Rory McIlroy not likely to rejoin PGA Tour

     
    As the new U.S. Open champion, Rory McIlroy admits he feels a certain duty to play more on this side of the Atlantic. Unless he renews his dormant PGA Tour membership, though, he’ll be restricted to the same number of starts as this year. McIlroy&#...