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Tiger Woods isn’t a fan of forced carries.

The Solheim Cup will attract more eye balls if Michelle Wie makes it.
 
If you’re following, there’s a good race shaping up for the summer with Wie having some work to do to make the U.S. team on points.

Mr. (Fred) Couples, and Mr. (Greg) Norman, went to Washington to glad hand for the good of the game this morning.

We’ve been asked about, oh, a gazillion times over the last few days what’s wrong with Tiger Woods?

Playing alongside one another, Rory McIlroy shot 3-under 69, while Colin Montgomerie had a 2-under 70 in the first round of the 3 Irish Open.
 

When Paul Goydos qualified for last year’s British Open, his first Open Championship in a 15-year Tour career, he immediately envisioned a family trip to England for he and his two daughters.

A week after finishing runner-up in Italy, John Daly is going to miss the cut in the 3 Irish Open. He followed an opening 4-under 68 with a 3-over 75, and is well outside the projected cut line.
 

Lance Ten Broeck is pulling double duty over the first two days of the Texas Open. The 53-year-old former Tour player made it into the field after David Berganio withdrew.
 

OK, Paul “Sunshine” Goydos atop the Texas Open leaderboard may be a surprise, but some names fit atop the San Antonio marquee like Tex-Mex. Officials could just as well rename the event the Justin Leonard Invitational.

The Irish had plenty about which to cheer following 22-year-old amateur Shane Lowry's shocking victory in the 3 Irish Open.