NBC’s Johnny Miller Notes New Golf World

NBC’s Johnny Miller Notes New Golf World

TUCSON – If there ever were any doubts that European golfers have surpassed their American counterparts, the results of the latest WGC-Accenture Match Play Championship reflect brilliantly on the sorry saga of U.S. demise. England’s Luke Donald finally wins a big tournament Sunday and jumps to No. 3 in the world …

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WGC Match Play Brackets Favor Kaymer

WGC Match Play Brackets Favor Kaymer

In the mid-1970s, Johnny Miller owned the Tucson Open, winning it three times in a row (1974-76) while earning the nickname “the Desert Fox.’’ Now, some 30 years later, there is a new Johnny Miller in control of the Old Pueblo’s PGA Tour event – the WGC-Accenture Match Play Championship. “Actually, I don’t go by Johnny …

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Another Great Reason to Go Play We-Ko-Pa

Another Great Reason to Go Play We-Ko-Pa

The We-Ko-Pa team rings in the new year with “glad tidings of great joy” for all Arizona traveling golfers. Beginning Friday, January 7th, We-Ko-Pa will allow golf carts on their gorgeous fairways, subject to the familiar “90-degree” rule.

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Wilson, Gainey are Phoenix Open “winners”

Wilson, Gainey are Phoenix Open “winners”

The first signs of trouble for the Waste Management Phoenix Open came when the weather forecast called for temperatures in the 20s with highs in the low 50s – the coldest temps in 25 years at the TPC Scottsdale.

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Lefty’s Lay-Up Takes the Thrill Out of Phil

Lefty’s Lay-Up Takes the Thrill Out of Phil

Phil Mickelson really is “Phil the Thrill,’’ especially in the big eye of CBS. At least you would think so after David Feherty gushingly glossed over Lefty’s calculated “lay-up’’ on the last hole in San Diego, thus literally handing the Farmers Insurance Open to one Bubba Watson on Sunday. Knowing it was elementary, that he …

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