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By John R. Bolton
The president fiddles at his domestic altar while the world burns
Independent voices from the The Washington Times Communities
Topic - Hal Sutton
Fred Couples was inducted into the World Golf Hall of Fame, a journey that began with what he called "the dumbest decision I ever made." It was one that, like so many other things in his life, turned out just fine.
The best players don't always make the best partners in the Ryder Cup.
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After combing through some of golf's meaningless statistics, this might be the best explanation for how Matt Kuchar won The Players Championship:
The first year of the Tour Championship at East Lake offered great promise for dramatic theater on the par-3 18th. Hal Sutton saved par from a deep bunker to get into a playoff, then hit a 4-wood to 6 feet for a birdie to beat Vijay Singh.
You can count on Johnny Miller to be impartial at the Ryder Cup as an analyst for NBC Sports.
CARNOUSTIE, Scotland — El Nino indeed.
Like the time he said Craig Parry's swing would make Ben Hogan puke.