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Watson moves into house next to Greenbrier

Source: Sportsnet.ca

The Greenbrier Classic - Final Round
WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS, W.Va. — To get ready for this week’s tournament, Bubba Watson simply has to walk out his front door. Watson moved his family a month ago into a home built at The Greenbrier, the resort in West Virginia that has hosted royalty and U.S. presidents — and now has its resident Bubba. “It’s nice sleeping in your own bed,” Watson said. He’ll tee it up in the Greenbrier Classic starting Thursday on the par-70 Old White TPC. Watson first learned about the stately resort f ...
Full article at: Sportsnet.ca Jul 2 2014, 2:04pm CDT
 


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Watson moves into house next to Greenbrier

Source: Sportsnet.ca

The Greenbrier Classic - Final Round
WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS, W.Va. — To get ready for this week’s tournament, Bubba Watson simply has to walk out his front door. Watson moved his family a month ago into a home built at The Greenbrier, the resort in West Virginia that has hosted royalty and U.S. presidents — and now has its resident Bubba. “It’s nice sleeping in your own bed,” Watson said. He’ll tee it up in the Greenbrier Classic starting Thursday on the par-70 Old White TPC. Watson first learned about the ...
Full article at: Sportsnet.ca Jul 2 2014, 2:04pm CDT
 

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Watson moves into house next to Greenbrier

Source: Sportsnet.ca

The Greenbrier Classic - Final Round
WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS, W.Va. — To get ready for this week’s tournament, Bubba Watson simply has to walk out his front door. Watson moved his family a month ago into a home built at The Greenbrier, the resort in West Virginia that has hosted royalty and U.S. presidents — and now has its resident Bubba. “It’s nice sleeping in your own bed,” Watson said. He’ll tee it up in the Greenbrier Classic start ...
Full article at: Sportsnet.ca Jul 2 2014, 2:04pm CDT
 

Justin Rose Climbs to Eighth in World Rankings After Sixth PGA Tour Title Win

Source: NDTV

The Greenbrier Classic - Final Round
Tiger Woods, who missed the cut in Washington on his comeback from back surgery, stayed in fifth place behind two other American ...
Full article at: NDTV Jul 1 2014, 5:00am CDT
 

Breaking Down the Ripple Effects of Tiger Woods' Return to PGA Tour

Source: Bleacher Report

Quicken Loans National - Round Two
Tiger Woods is back and his fellow PGA Tour players are pretty darn happy about it. Huh? Honestly, that seems to be a bit odd. But when you think about it, maybe it's not all that odd. Yes, Woods' return creates an instant buzz on the PGA Tour, a buzz that's been missing for the three months he's been out tending to what had become a very painful back injury. But let's just think about this. Who knows how Woods will be when he tees it ...
Full article at: Bleacher Report Jun 24 2014, 9:29pm CDT
 

The Most Eye-Popping Stats from the PGA Tour in 2014

Source: Bleacher Report

The Greenbrier Classic - Final Round
We're just past the U.S. Open in this 2013-14 PGA Tour season, and already we have oodles of figures to digest. While much of it confirms what we already know—Bubba Watson hits the ball a long way, for example—some is truly eye-popping.  In the era of ShotLink technology, there are more PGA Tour numbers available in cyberspace than even the most rabid golf fan could digest.  Nevertheless, we'll try to savor a few.  Here are some of the most ...
Full article at: Bleacher Report Jun 23 2014, 5:49pm CDT
 

The Best and Worst Moments for Golf's Top Stars in 2014

Source: Bleacher Report

The Greenbrier Classic - Final Round
Golf's top stars, like golf's not top stars, have had their ups and downs in 2014.  Some of the tour's most popular players (looking at you, Phil Mickelson) have had significantly more downs than ups through the second major of 2014.  Others, like Adam Scott and Bubba Watson, have experienced charmed campaigns thus far.  What are the best and worst moments for Mick ...
Full article at: Bleacher Report Jun 19 2014, 9:07pm CDT
 

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Liguori: Compton, Watson And Other Top Players Set For Travelers

Source: CBS New York

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By Ann Liguori » More Columns All of you newly converted Erik Compton fans can follow him at the Travelers Championship, the PGA Tour event taking place Thursday through Sunday at TPC River Highlands, just outside of Hartford, Connecticut. In addition to Compton, this year’s tournament features four of the world’s top eight players in the Official World Golf Rankings, including Bubba Watson (No. 3) ...
Full article at: CBS New York Jun 19 2014, 5:21am CDT
 

How Much of the Void Left by Tiger Woods Will Golf's Rising Stars Fill?

Source: Bleacher Report

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As we've experienced time and time again over the past six years, golf majors just aren't the same without Tiger Woods contending. It's not that there aren't other stars in golf—there certainly are. Among others, Rory McIlroy, Adam Scott, Bubba Watson, Phil Mickelson, Jordan Spieth and Rickie Fowler can all, to one degree or another, move the needle. This year, 29-year-old Martin Kaymer has done something that even Woods never did—win The Players Championship and the U.S. Ope ...
Full article at: Bleacher Report Jun 16 2014, 5:12pm CDT
 

U.S. Open: Pinehurst No. 2 not rough enough to keep things interesting

Source: Washington Post Sports

The Greenbrier Classic - Final Round
PINEHURST, N.C. — It would have been nice if the U.S. Open had been played on a traditional U.S. Open course because maybe then someone could have stayed awake to watch it. A great win for Martin Kaymer was a failed experiment for the tournament, which became a classroom lesson in botany and was about as interesting. The problem was that Pinehurst No.2 didn’t have rough. It had scruff. “Back where ...
Full article at: Washington Post Sports Jun 15 2014, 6:52pm CDT