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West Coast Bias: A Pebble Beach National Pro-Am Primer

Jim Neveau, TGW Columnist Author’s Note: Once again, I will be refraining from using the tournament’s full name in my coverage of this event. I was considering calling it Bing Crosby’s Clambake, but since Cypress Hill has been removed from the rotation, I decided to go with a generic name instead.  Previewing the Field  Defending champion DA Points is obviously [...]

by · February 9, 2012 · 0 comments · PGA Tour, Top Story
Can Spencer Levin Rebound?

Can Spencer Levin Rebound?

In a mere two weeks time, we watched Tour rookie Kyle Stanley incredulously lose an 8 shot lead to Brandt Snedeker at the Farmers, then on Sunday we watched that very same Stanley come from 8 down to overtake Spencer Levin at the Waste Management.   It may have completed a Disney Movie story week for Kyle Stanley, but started [...]

by · February 7, 2012 · 3 comments · PGA Tour, Profiles
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Comeback Kid: Kyle Stanley Wins Phoenix Open

Last week I opined that it would be unlikely that Kyle Stanley would quickly recover from his last-second meltdown on the 72nd hole of the Farmers Insurance Open last Sunday. It is with great pleasure that I eat my due portion of crow this Monday, as it’s evident that I grossly misjudged the resiliency of Kyle Stanley’s character. Spencer Levin [...]

by · February 6, 2012 · 0 comments · PGA Tour, Top Story
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Five Lessons: Phoenix Open Edition

Jim Neveau, TGW Columnist To paraphrase Wes Mantooth, Vince Vaughn’s character in the film “Anchorman”, today in Phoenix, Arizona, we spell redemption “K-Y-L-E”. Kyle Stanley, a tragic figure last week at Torrey Pines when he imploded on the 72nd hole and lost in a playoff to Brandt Snedeker, overcame an eight shot deficit to begin the day in the final [...]

by · February 6, 2012 · 0 comments · PGA Tour, Top Story