The Links: The man dubbed 'The Next Nicklaus'
Tiger Woods not what he used to be, Steve Stricker almost retired completely, the rise of the obnoxious golf pants.
Great story from Jason Sobel on "The Next Nicklaus":
“I don’t think I’ve ever seen anyone with as much talent as him,” says Ben Crenshaw, himself a two-time Masters champion. “Eddie had such a gorgeous, powerful swing. He could just hit the most beautiful shots you’ve ever seen.” (Golf Channel)
Woods' yacht is nice. (WUP)
Here are the full Tavistock Cup teams. (Golf Channel)
Ron Sirak is not on the Tiger Woods bandwagon. (GolfDigest)
"How many nongolf-related fist pumps does Tiger make in a typical day?" (GolfDigest)
Some folks still aren't impressed with Tiger Woods. (Geoff Shackelford)
The featured pairings at Tampa Bay leave a little bit to be desired. (Golf Channel)
On the difference in regular Doral and Sunday Doral. (Geoff Shackelford)
Michael Bloomberg thinks President Obama should play even more golf. (Golf.com)
What's wrong with Tiger Woods? Uh, nothing. (Golf Channel)
I loved this: golf's first-world problems. (GolfDigest)
Tiger Woods on how much he has left in the tank. (Golf.com)
This week in style. (GolfDigest)
This is pretty cool: Mizuno is offering a chance for you (the average golfer) to be sponsored by their company. (Mizuno)
A look at the new Nike ball. (Golf Channel)
The rise of the obnoxious golf pants. (GolfDigest)
Company is working on tailoring to big and tall golfers. (Golf Channel)
Lee Westwood was good on Feherty. (Geoff Shackelford)
Cadillac Championship recap:
Awesome story here about a golfer with epilepsy:
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