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Blog 64, 10/1/10 - Day One Ryder Cup; Plenty of Action, Just Not on the Golf Course

Ryder Cup; Plenty of Action, Just Not on the Golf Course
The first day of the Ryder Cup started out bad and got steadily worse. Thankfully, however, it ended on a high note.

Blog 63, 9/30/10 - Ryder Cup Fourball Picks

2010 Ryder Cup - BellinghamGolfer's Picks for Friday's Fourball Matches
At last, all the nonsense that goes on in the lead-up to the Ryder Cup is done. All the functions, dinners, speculation over team colors, largely meaningless press conferences where captains offer very little in the way of hard information, stories about how three American caddies have to take a different plane to Wales than the players and how that might affect team morale (really?), how the captain's wife has hired the team's very own chef so it can eat American lasagna instead of the kind they get in Wales (I doubt Welsh lasagna is all that different to be honest), and how the captains have enlisted the inspirational powers of past captains, business leaders, presidents, prime ministers, Hall of Fame sports coaches etc, is done. Now let's get on with the golf.

 

Blog 62, 9/29/10 - Vikings Tie for Second at Bellingham GCC

Western finishes T2 at Viking Invitational
Western Washington University struggled in the final round of the Viking Invitational at Bellingham Golf and Country Club yesterday, winding up in a tie for second, a shot behind Chico State.

Blog 61, 9/28/10 - Vikings Tied For Lead at Bellingham GCC

Western Tied For Lead at Bellingham Golf and Country Club
It was a strange day at the Viking Invitational. Not so unusual perhaps, in light of the team's victory at St. Martin's at the weekend, was Western finishing the first two rounds tied for the lead. What was a little odd, however, was that if the five players from Western in the field as individuals could have formed a legitimate team, it would be leading the tournament by nine shots. 

Blog 60, 9/26/10 - Furyk 'Saves' FedEx Cup?

Furyk 'Saves' the FedEx Cup?
Okay, 'saves' may be too strong a word, but Jim Furyk certainly did the FedEx Cup a few favors this afternoon when, after holing the putt to secure the $11.35million payday, he celebrated like he never has before.

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