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Phil Mickelson WILL play in the PGA Championship

Written by: Tony Korologos | Wednesday, July 29th, 2009
Categories: PGA Tour

Phil Mickelson has confirmed he’ll be playing in the final major of the year, the 2009 PGA Championship at Hazeltine.  This is good.

Will the fourth and final major of the year have a big name winner?  So far, no big names like Phil, Tiger, Sergio…

Buick will no longer sponsor Buick Open

Written by: Tony Korologos | Tuesday, July 28th, 2009
Categories: PGA Tour

There are few PGA Tour tournaments which I actually use the sponsor’s name when describing them.  Typically I try to leave sponsor’s names out because I feel they devalue the event, plus sponsors come and go.  I prefer to call it the “Bob Hope” instead of the “Bob Hope Chrysler Classic.”

One which is hard not to use the sponsor’s name is the Buick Open, which has been around for about 50 years with Buick as the title sponsor.  That is apparently going to come to an end after this year.

So I wonder who will be the next sponsor of the Buick Open.  Perhaps Volkswagen?  “Welcome to the 2010 Volkswagen Buick Open.”

RBC Canadian Open Monday TV Times

Written by: Tony Korologos | Monday, July 27th, 2009
Categories: PGA Tour

Mon: 2:30 – 4:30 p.m ET on The Golf Channel

Heck of a leaderboard right now with Retief Goosen, Anthony Kim and others all with a chance to win.  Mike Weir isn’t out of the realm of possibilities either at four back.  Watching PGA Tour golf on Monday doesn’t suck!

Mark Calcavecchia sets new PGA Tour record with NINE birdies in a row

Written by: Tony Korologos | Saturday, July 25th, 2009
Categories: PGA Tour

Anyone have Calc on their fantasy team today?  Mark Calcavecchia birdied holes 3-11 today in the Canadian Open.  That is a new PGA Tour record and also insanely good.

My personal record is five in a row.  I remember vividly… (Sound of harps, dream state ensues)….  I was playing straight up, nine holes against the #1 amateur in the state.  Yes that isn’t generally a good idea.  Under normal conditions he’d crush me.  But I birdied the first five holes, en route to a one up victory after nine.  Yes, one up.  He ran out of holes.  Needless to say, he was not happy.  I was.

Cink sinks Watson’s historic bid in playoff at the British Open

Written by: Tony Korologos | Sunday, July 19th, 2009
Categories: European TourPGA Tour

I’m pretty heartbroken that Tom Watson couldn’t pull it together enough to finish off the Open on the 18th, when he made bogey from the fairway.  Had he made par he could have won and notched one of the most incredible feats in sports.

Cink won’t be too popular

Despite having a major victory, Cink won’t be too popular for dashing the historic dreams of Watson and millions of fans, myself included.  That being said, he won a major and deserves the credit.

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