Tag Archives: Tom Watson

Golf For The Ages

I’m a member of Tom Watson’s generation. I started playing golf when Nicklaus was beginning to battle Palmer, and was beginning my first “real job” when Watson and Nicklaus had their Duel in the Sun. I was crushed as I … Continue reading

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Take It Back To Where?

In between pepper-spraying sidewalk campers on Black Friday and buying unbelievably cheap golf clubs from Chinese websites on cyber Monday, I took a break and watched a little golf. All that was on at the time was a rerun of … Continue reading

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Young And Old Tom Ride Again?

There’s a scene in Tommy’s Honor where Old Tom Morris is asked “What have you brought this laddie here for?” The question from Willie Park, the reigning Open champion, is in reference to Young Tom Morris. Young Tom showed Park why he … Continue reading

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The Greens Fee Receipt In The Left Side Pocket

David Leadbetter is currently advertising his line of golf shirts sold through Jos. A. Banks, claiming that they are the best golf shirts you’ve ever had or you get your money back. They look nice and they are 100% cotton, … Continue reading

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Should I use the moccasin or the rattler on this shot?

I was watching the Golf Channel and looking forward to the Masters when that commercial for the new Adams fairway woods came on. You know, the one advertising the clubs with the spring-like effect with Tom Watson and Ryan Moore … Continue reading

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