2013 WGC-Bridgestone Invitational Picks + Predictions Plus the Driver-Off-The-Deck BOLD Play of the Week #Firestone

Following a brief jaunt North of the border, the PGA Tour is back in the U.S. for the WGC-Bridgestone Invitational at Firestone.  It’s one of my favorite non-majors of the year, as Firestone is a great track and always provides a stern test and a thrilling tourney; however, it’s also always a bit depressing as I mentally associate the Ohio track with the beginning of the end of summer.

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Phil Mickelson Wins The British Open at Muirfield, Boat-Races The Rest of the Field off the Big Yellow Leaderboard

Sometimes it’s actually enjoyable to be wrong, as such was the case on Sunday at The Open Championship.   [Read more…]

Why Phil Mickelson Will Be A Complete Non-Factor At the British Open This Week, Despite the Media’s Love Fest #SuckerBetCity

During Tuesday’s news conferences of British Open week (ahem, The Open) at Muirfield, Phil Mickelson declared his “hate-love” of his relationship with golf’s oldest major championship.   [Read more…]

Phil Mickelson Dropped the Scottish Open Trophy! #AllTooFitting

Phil Mickelson and links golf have never really quite gotten along, that is until he captured the Scottish Open on Sunday, his first victory on European soil since the first year of the Clinton administration.   [Read more…]

Phil Mickelson Wins the Scottish Open In Self-Inflicted Dramatic Fashion #Mickelsonian

As if we needed further proof that Phil Mickelson is the most exciting player to watch in golf, we were treated to the finale of the Aberdeen Asset Management Scottish Open on Sunday.   [Read more…]