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Entries from February 2013

Capelle On Golf Celebrates its 5th Anniversary

February 19th, 2013 · 1 Comment

Today marks the fifth anniversary of my first post at Capelle On Golf. Wow, has that gone by fast! So much has taken place in the last half decade. Tiger Woods won the 2008 U.S. Open on a bum leg. Paddy won two while he was gone, giving him three majors. Phil and Ernie each […]

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Tags: The Game · The Majors · Tiger vs. Jack

Snedeker’s stock is soaring

February 12th, 2013 · 2 Comments

Brandt Snedeker’s stock is soaring. He won $10 million for capturing last season’s FedExCup and nearly $15 mil in all. This season he’s won over $2.8 million, and his early season resume includes a third, two seconds, and a W at last weekend’s Pebble Beach National Pro-Am. In short, in the last five months Snedeker […]

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Tags: PGA Tour

Bifurcation and anchoring: The forgotten third group

February 7th, 2013 · No Comments

All of this talk about anchoring and bifurcation assumes that there are only two categories of golfers – pros and amateurs. Those in favor of bifurcation don’t mind that the pros can’t anchor. However, they believe that those beleaguered amateurs with frayed nerves and bad backs must be allowed to anchor their putters or else […]

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Tags: The Game

Phil “Lefty” Mickelson was all right

February 4th, 2013 · No Comments

Phil Mickelson opened the Waste Management Phoenix Open with a 59.5, his 25 foot putt on his final hole dipping half way into the cup before completing a 270 degree lip out. He followed this up with rounds of 65, 64, and 67 on the par 71 TPC Scottsdale course to notch his fourth wire-to-wire […]

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Tags: PGA Tour