Monthly Archives: January 2014

Random Thoughts: $woosh Color Schemes, Speed Police, & Crane’s Near Double Eagle

Color Blind In Dubai Like most golf fans in North America, I woke up Friday morning to turn on golf in Dubai to see Tiger and Rory continue their $woosh orgy in the desert. For the 2nd day in a … Continue reading

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Hump Day Musings: Phil’s In For Phoenix, The $woosh Orgy Resumes, And Give Away Ideas For The 16th

Phuck Yeah! When Phil Mickelson withdrew from the Farmers Insurance Open due to injury last week after making the cut there was tons of speculation about him playing in his next event, the Waste(d) Management Open. Today, via Golf World’s … Continue reading

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Stallings Wins While Tiger And Phil Go AWOL: Final Thoughts On Farmers

Felt Like A Major With Tiger out of contention, so few birdies being made, and par being a decent score on most holes, the action from the final round at Torrey Pines felt like a major. The rough was thick, … Continue reading

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Sergio Wins Never Ending Playoff

That Is The First Clam Sergio Has Ever Smiled At At the Qatar Masters Sergio Garcia defeated Mikko Ilonen of Finland on the third playoff hole to win his first Euro title of the calendar year. After hacking it around … Continue reading

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Tiger’s Fuck Buddy Revisited

An Oldie, But A Goodie Last year Tiger Woods won the Farmers Insurance Open at Torrey Pines by four shots after shooting 72 on the South Course in the final round. It was his 8th professional win in La Jolla … Continue reading

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Course Review: Torrey Pines (South)

Torrey Pines(South Course) – La Jolla, CA (Architects: William P. Bell/Rees Jones re-design) Background The San Diego, California area has always been known for its military presence, and during World War II the land that both Torrey Pines Golf Courses … Continue reading

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Putting The Bitch Tits Tax O-Meter To Bed

All Good Things Come To An End In a Phil Mickelson pre-tournament presser last year, Phillip opened his mouth to the media about his effective tax rate, talked about possibly moving out of California because of it, and perhaps even … Continue reading

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Stuck In Neutral, But Reed Holds On To Win: Final Thoughts On Hope

Trend Setters Last week when Jimmy Walker won the Sony Open in Hawaii it marked his second win in less than 6 months after having never previously won on tour. Last summer Harris English won his first tourney in Memphis … Continue reading

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Rors And Phil Gift Wrap HSBC For Larrazabal

We Should All Be Happy Pablo Won When someone checks the archives of European golf 25 years from now they’ll see the scores of the HSBC Championship in Abu Dhabi and simply figure that Pablo Larrazabal out played two giants … Continue reading

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Holly At The Hope And Keegan’s Ace

It’s Gay Quick, tell me who won the Bob Hope last year. This isn’t a trick question, and please don’t call it the Humana whatever. Don’t Google it, just sit back for 30 seconds and think. Unless you’ve watched the … Continue reading

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