Found November 19, 2011 on
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Despite all that Golf Boys stuff and the fact that Hunter Mahan kind of reminds me of that jock in school that knew he was good but probably never finished an entire novel, I like him. Always have. He has swagger on the course, hits the ball incredibly well and has lived up to the hype, relatively speaking. It was a bummer when he flubbed that chip a year ago at the Ryder Cup because I was really hoping he'd be the hero. And it might have taken a year, but Mahan was the hero on Saturday at the Presidents Cup. First, his hole-out in the morning sessions with David Toms. And finally, the best reaction to any putt I've seen in years. Man that was awesome.
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If there’s one thing I learned from attending my first PGA golf tournament over the summer, it’s that the players don’t like to be distracted. By distracted I mean they don’t want to hear people talking, see people moving, or hear you take a sip from your beer when they are about to take a [...]
The thing about the likes of Hunter Mahan, Matt Kuchar and Dustin Johnson is it always seems like they're the chilled out ones on the golf course. Yeah, they might get pumped up after certain shots, but for the most part they go about their business on the golf course.
That is, unless you're yelling something in their backswing. Mahan was on the 18th hole, 1-down and in...
Other than Tiger Woods we don't usually get many golfers going off on the fans. It's just Tiger's style to get hype and take it out on everyone around him like Happy Gilmore would. This time Hunter Mahan heard a fan making noise during his swing at the Presidents Cup today. He wasn't to happy about it and said "Come on really, What the ****, that's...
Rough day Friday for Hunter Mahan at the Presidents Cup. One day after he and David Toms had no trouble hammering Y.E. Yang and K.T. Kim 6 & 5, Mahan and Toms struggled to keep pace with Retief Goosen and Charl Schwartzel. Their woes would culminate as Mahan attempted an approach shot only to be distracted by some mouthy Aussies in an adjacent hospitality tent. Nice of Mahan...
Saturday was supposed to be the day for the Internationals. Down 7-5 to the Americans, it was shaping up to be a dirty, wet, muddy day of golf, perfect for the non-American player. Problem was, none of the United States players would let up.
Webb Simpson and Bubba Watson, the surprise of this Presidents Cup, kept their impressive run going, beating a veteran group of Robert Allenby...