The Links: big-name rivalries are great for golf
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I just realized the PGA scheduled the final round of the tournament this weekend on Monday night up against Notre Dame-Alabama. Ratings gold.
Some fun stories here from Kapalua. Watney covering up his Nike shirt killed me. (Washington Post)
I'm with Sobel here, big-name rivalries are nothing but great for the game of golf. (Golf Channel)
I really want to dislike him but I'm struggling. (Yahoo!)
Great post here on nine of the biggest questions for 2013. (Golf Channel)
Good discussion on who's ready to bounce back from a tough 2012. (PGA Tour)
Tommy Two Gloves talking about the Ritz-Carlton is awesome. (GolfWeek)
Picking this weekend's tourney. Stay tuned for my picks later in the day. (Golf Channel)
Sounds like these guys are really bummed about having to start their new year in Maui. Also, I doubt Keegan is "alone." (Golf.com)
I'm 100 percent down with all of these. (Golf Channel)
Rory (who else?) tops combined money list for all world events. (ESPN)
The U.S. Amateur celebrates its 100-year anniversary of Francis Ouimet's victory with a return to Brookline. (GolfWeek)
Interesting article on why the way golf clubs are being sold has harmed golf. (Golf WRX)
Picture of Kyle Stanley and Nick Watney trying on their new Nike gear. (Twitpic)
"It looks faaasssst."
The Texas duo will chase from behind in Round 4, but they could be in for an epic day
After the drama of the Texas Open, it turns out the Englishman will in fact keep his card
George Coetzee got one of the great breaks in recent memory on Friday
Fowler misses cut but leaves us with a better idea of how to boot a gator off the course
Two of the PGA Tour's best were invited to hang out with Sean Payton and company
It's not a record, but it's not far off either