The Links: Playing golf with Phil Mickelson, Fred Couples
Scott Stallings had a baby, Tommy Armour's forgotten swing, and why the Blayne Barber story is so cool.
|Couples (second from right) is fun to play golf with; I wonder if he's fun to watch basketball with. (Getty Images)|
At the par-5 first, Couples hit driver-5-iron to 20 feet and made the putt, literally continuing the conversation while striking all three shots. He birdied the second with a turkey sandwich hanging out of his mouth, then the third and fourth, and at that point, I was just a wee bit impressed. You could see Couples getting a little bored with it all, however, as if the game had become too easy. I have no idea what he ended up shooting. I’m pretty certain he didn’t, either. (Golf Channel)
Tony Romo blows a late lead. Stop me if you've heard this before. (Yahoo)
Martin Kaufmann is not a big fan of Morning Drive. (GolfWeek)
Will Phil Mickelson be missed at the WGC-Accenture Match Play tournament? (ESPN)
Interview with Bret Baier on his Sunday at Pebble Beach. (GolfWeek)
Snedeker is hot; Kate Upton is not. (Golf.com)
But why wouldn't a t-rex installation scare off the Australian PGA? (Geoff Shackelford)
Good timeline of the U.S. Amateur Public Links. (Golf Channel)
Previewing the spring semester for college teams. (GolfWeek)
Pros and cons of Lydia Ko turning pro. I think she should do it. (Golf Channel)
Good to hear, rounds played in 2012 was up 5.7 percent. (GolfWeek)
Amazing tale of playing golf in a remote area of Scotland. (GolfDigest)
Photo of Scott Stallings and his new baby.
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