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Sympatico: Can McIlroy surpass Woods?

My latest Sympatico column went online on Friday. It tries to cut through some of the hyperbole about Rory McIlroy following his win at the PGA Championship: Being great is, apparently, never quite enough. That’s appears to be how the...

Sympatico: Woods silences doubters with...

My latest Sympatico column was posted last night — here’s a sample: Hello world – he’s back. It has been a long four years since his last major championship win, but once again Tiger Woods is without doubt the best golfer in the...

Sympatico: Tiger no sure thing at Olympic

My latest Sympatico column went live this morning. I think Tiger may play well at Olympic — but it is not a lock: Will the real Tiger Woods stand up? And when he does, is it the golfer who cruised through the competition at Bay Hill and...

Writing Roundup: LPGA in Globalgolfpost;...

When not battling over the quality of Blue Springs, I’m a busy writer these days. This morning my latest Global Golf Post column, on the situation involving the new LPGA tournament in Waterloo, is live: Richard Kuypers is convinced the...

Sympatico: Graham DeLaet continues his...

My latest Sympatico column coincides with Graham DeLaet shooting 5-under through 17 holes at the Shell Houston Open before it was stopped for weather. Good timing I guess… Here’s a taste: Graham DeLaet has a lot to figure out. After...

Sympatico: Els latest victim of yips

Hozzle rockets, shanks and the yips — phrases no golfer wants to hear. This week’s Sympatico column looks at the struggles of Ernie Els, victim of poor putting: “Ernie Els will be putting with a live rattlesnake.” That was David...