Found January 11, 2012 on Devil Ball Golf:
So in an attempt to inject a bit more life and interest into tournaments, and because we're all inveterate gamblers who are one bad card from being out on the streets, Jay Busbee, Jonathan Wall and I are playing a golf version of a football suicide pool: We each pick one golfer per tournament and see how they do against each other, straight up. Victory over the other guy gets one point, victory in the tournament gets three points. (Double for the majors.) And when we burn a golfer, he's done for the year. Busbee won the inaugural run at this, so we decided to add a third member to the team. We continue in Hawaii with the Sony Open. Busbee: I'm taking Webb Simpson, for the simple reason that I'm going to start fast, and Simpson is already rolling while most of the field still hasn't taken down the metaphorical Christmas decorations just yet. It's going to be another low-speed pursuit of a Simpson, gentlemen. Wall: I'd really like to save K.J. Choi for late...

Slow play is scourge of the PGA Tour

Two years ago, Jim Furyk backed off a putt at the Memorial tournament three times before calling in his caddie, Fluff Cowan, for a consultation. After much deliberation, he finally got over the ball ... only to back off again. When he finally hit the putt, from five feet, the ball didn't even touch the hole. "Next time, don't rush it," a spectator yelled as Furyk...

Luke Donald Prefers Quickies

The older I get, the more I've realized how much of a time commitment playing golf can be. You get out to the course early, hit balls, pay for the round, get a cart, go tee off, and by the time you're done, you've spent roughly the same amount of time on the links as someone flying from Los Angeles to New York. That, my friends, is a long day. And for most of us that...

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2012 Sony Open TV Schedule and Tournament Notes

THE 2012 SONY OPEN IN HAWAII is underway at Waialae Country Club in Honolulu, Hawaii. Graham DeLaet of Canada is the early leader with a 7-under 63. K.J. Choi, Carl Petterson and Kyle Riefers are in the clubhouse with 65s. The first round is still in progress.Purse: $5.5 millionWinner’s share: $990,000Defending champion: Mark WilsonInside the fieldTee timesInside the coursePlayer...
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