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Tiger Conquers Firestone, Again

Tiger Woods knows Firestone better than any course in the country.  He proved it with his seven stroke, -15 under par overall mark in capturing the Bridgestone Invitational at Firestone.

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Do You Like Phil Mickelson [POLL]

It was recently brought up by "Nailz" in Albany on my show that Phil Mickelson is phony and that his peers don't like him either.  Do you like the 2013 British Open champ and five-time major winner?  Vote here:

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Phil Mickelson Wins 2013 British Open

The British Open can change in an absolute heartbeat.  The reason is usually because of the weather.  It is awfully difficult to take over a British Open based on a flurry of birdies at the end because of that weather which is always unpredictable, the competition and the quirky nature of the Open track.  Don't tell Phil Mickelson any of this.

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2013 British Open Preview

Fast.  Firm.  Windy.  Wet.  Challenging.  Quirky.  Fescue.  Frustrating.  All of these words are fitting to describe a British Open, no matter the place the great Open Championship is played at.  This year, the site is Muirfield Village.  Here is an Open Championship preview.

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Will Tiger Woods Win A Major This Year [POLL]

Tiger Woods has two more cracks at major #15 in 2013, The Open Championship at Murfield and Oak Hill's PGA Championship in Rochester.  Can Woods close the gap on Jack Nicklaus with one more major win this year?  Vote here:

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What PGA Tour Major Is Your Favorite [POLL]

The British Open is this week, the third major on the PGA Tour calendar.  Oak Hill in Rochester will host this year's PGA Championship in August.  The Masters and U.S. Open have already been played, with Adam Scott winning the green jacket and Justin Rose capturing America's major

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Tiger Woods Won’t Catch Jack Nicklaus

Tiger Woods is 37 years old and winning majors isn't as easy as it was 10-15 years ago.  Tiger had his worst major finish at the 2013 U.S. Open at Merion Golf Club at +13.  The question with Woods, who has 14 majors, is always, Can he break Jack Nicklaus' 18 major wins?  The answer right now is no, and here are four reasons why:

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2013 U.S. Open Recap — Justin Rose Wins the U.S. Open

Justin Rose shot a final round 70 on Sunday to win the 2013 U.S. Open golf championship at Merion Golf Club in Ardmore, Pa. and capture his first major title.

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Phil Mickelson Needs A U.S. Open

They call him "Lefty".  A surefire Hall of Famer in the waiting.  A four-time major champion which includes three green jackets at The Masters and a PGA Championship in 2005.  But Phil Mickelson is missing one major.

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Who Will Win The U.S. Open [POLL]

Tiger Woods is in a major drought but says he's close.  Adam Scott is looking for his second straight.  Will we see a first-time winner?  Phil Mickelson is looking to get his major mojo back.  Merion Golf Club near Philadelphia will be a challenge for all of the top golfers thanks to rock hard, fast greens and the need for shot placement on every swing

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Will a $75K Set Of Golf Clubs Make Your Swing Better? Answer – No, We’ve Seen Your Swing

Between country club memberships, cart rental and that flask of booze you'll hit up after every bogey, golf can be an expensive sport. How about $75,000 for a set of clubs? Yes, really.

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Miss A Weekend-Miss A Lot-Bruce’s Thought Of The Day

Traveling to see family is a great thing. Well the seeing the family part is. The traveling not so much. But not being slavish to the TV this weekend means I missed oh so much.

1st the good. Both the Penguins and LA Kings are in trouble

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