Westy confused

Nov, 2022
With Gianni Magliocco, Matthew Vincenzi.
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November 1, 2022

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Golf fans, good morning! Attention turns to Mayakoba.

1. “I don’t care if I’m paid”

Golfweek’s Adam Woodard …” Often the odd-score out for his loaded 4Aces team which features Dustin Johnson and Patrick Reed, the 46-year old veteran couldn’t have been happier after a final round 2-under 70 at Trump National Doral. This tied Johnson and Reed for the team’s lowest score of the day at the LIV Golf Team Championship.

  • “All the pushback, all negative comments, everything that we’ve gotten, I don’t care at this point. I mean, I don’t care. I’m paid. Perez laughed with the media after the 4Aces took home $16 million in top prize. “My team performed amazing this year. It’s like being part of something I have never felt apart from me and my caddie. We’ve been just us all our lives. It’s like one big family to have these guys, their coaches, families, and coaches. It’s amazing. It’s unbelievable.”

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2. Griffin has a silver lining

Kevin Prise, PGATour.com For some, it could have been a devastating loss. Griffin has shown remarkable poise throughout his entire golf career, and Sunday was no exception. In a post-round interview, Griffin expressed gratitude for the opportunity and thanked everyone who helped him get to this point. He also promised to continue to learn from the experience.

  • Griffin, who is now No. Griffin, who moves to No. 25, is 25th in the FedExCup standings. “I feel very comfortable out there… I honestly need to be a bit more comfortable in certain situations because I need make sure that I execute and am confident with my swings. I let a few loose, and I missed it on the wrong way on a few holes down. I would short-side myself downwind and ate chips but couldn’t make it close.
  • “I put myself in too many difficult places to be the champion this week.”

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3. Thitikul is the second-youngest No. 1

Atthaya Thitikul, a Thai teenager, was ranked No. On Monday, Atthaya Thitikul was ranked No. 1 in the world rankings for women. She is the 16th player and the second-youngest player to reach the top of the rankings since 2006.

  • “Thitikul had the chance to be No. By winning any of her three previous tournaments on LPGA Tour, Thitikul was able to reach No. The 19-year old replaced Jin Young Ko from South Korea during a week when she wasn’t playing.
  • “Thitikul makes her debut at No. 1 at the Toto Japan Classic,” 1.”

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4. McIlroy & Power: They are almost roommates at East Tennessee State

…” The small school located in Johnson City in Tennessee competes in both the Southern Conference (also known as Division I-AA) and the Football Championship Subdivision. The school’s most popular sport is golf, due to the fact that it has a strong pipeline from Great Britain (almost) and Ireland.

  • “The Buccaneers, a team led by Keith Nolan from Ireland, placed third in 1996 NCAA Championship, ahead of a Tiger Woods-led Stanford squad. They also played twice in the NCAA Championship under Power.”
  • “Power, who won Sunday’s second PGA TOUR title at the Butterfield Bermuda Championship, nearly was followed on campus by McIlroy who won THE CJ CUP (South Carolina) on Oct. 23 and climbed to No. “1 in the world.”
  • McIlroy signed a note of intent to begin playing golf for the Buccaneers in the 2005-06 season. The news release, which was posted online in November 2004, states that McIlroy is a young man with a successful resume. McIlroy chose to play amateur golf in Ireland instead of going to college. However, Fred Warren, ETSU’s then coach, kept McIlroy’s signed letter of intent and had the document framed.
  • McIlroy stated that he signed a letter indicating my intent to play for ETSU and had taken his SAT. “I was ready to go to college golf,” McIlroy explained in 2015. “But I realized that I wanted to be a pro sooner than the four years. … I didn’t intend to graduate, so it was better to continue playing amateur golf in Ireland.
  • “I had just graduated college when I won my first major. It was a great decision.”

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5. Year of DJ’s abundance

Tom D’Angelo Palm Beach Post Dustin Johnson made more than $35,000,000 in five months with the LIV Golf Series, but it wasn’t enough to meet his expectations.

  • Johnson stated that Johnson thought it was “pretty good.” Johnson said, “It should have been a lot more. I did a good job in my season. I didn’t play my best.”
  • …” All of this amounts to $35.6 million for Johnson, which includes the $18 million bonus for his season-long individual title. DJ earned $68.5 million this year, after a reported $125million, four-year contract to defect to the PGA Tour. In 15 years, he made $75 million on the PGA Tour.

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6. I didn’t like the way he handled himself

Matt Vincenzi …”On Friday Harold Varner III, and Niblicks GC lost to Smash GC. This resulted in them not being able to see the weekend with Majesticks Cleeks Punch, Majesticks Cleeks, Cleeks, and Punch all reaching the semi-finals.”

  • Varner handled Brooks Koepka, a four-time major winner, with ease and won their singles match 4&3. His teammates Turk Petit, Hudson Swafford, and James Piot all lost their matches.
  • Varner called James Piot, his young teammate, after the team lost.
  • “I didn’t like the way Piot handled his situation. It doesn’t matter how much you lose, it is important to keep your head up and take it all on the chin. I was impressed by the way Turk and Hudson played. I went out to watch their last three holes, which was two or three holes. They played well. It’s as simple as that. It’s really that simple.
  • “I had a great experience with the guys. They are amazing. Yes, I would love to see Turk. I also want to see Piot grow. These are the two things I care most about. Hudson, Hudson could not care less. He has won two times on the PGA Tour. He is a great guy. He is a great golfer. Those young men don’t know what they are doing. It’s just how it is.

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7. R.I.P. Dale McNamara

“Legendary University of Tulsa women’s golf coach Dale McNamara, led four teams to national titles and coached Nancy Lopez throughout her 26-year career, succumbed to complications from a second round of cancer. She was 86.

  • According to a release by Tulsa’s Athletic Department, McNamara’s daughters Cathy (and Melissa) were at her side when she died. Melissa Luellen, Auburn women’s coach, won an individual title in the national championship under her mother’s Tulsa coaching in 1988.
  • On Instagram, she posted a touching tribute for her mother.
  • Luellen wrote, “It is with great sorrow that I share in the loss of my mom Dale McNamara.” “Amazing mother, wife and coach. She was also a mentor, coach, advocate, mentor, and friend. Never backed down from a challenge and would always fight to protect ‘her girls’. This includes my sister Cathy, me, and all her @tulsawgolf golf players. She made a positive impact on many lives, and her legacy will continue to live on in the lives of those she touched. Rest in peace, Momma.

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8. Westy is confused

Mike Hall, Golf Monthly …”Lee Westwood revealed that he was offered the opportunity to compete on The Legends Tour (previously known as the European Senior Tour), after he turns 50. However, the LIV Golf player’s eligibility to continue playing on the DP World Tour remains in doubt.

  • “The former World No.1 turns fifty next April and according to a report from The Telegraph’s Golf Correspondent James Corrigan (opens in new tab), that has led the invitation to play on The Legends Tour, even though it is affiliated with the DP World Tour, and falls under its CEO Keith Pelley’s remit.”
  • “The future of LIV Golf players in the DP World Tour is uncertain pending a February hearing to decide if they will be suspended. But Westwood said that the invitation has not been canceled. He stated: “Straight following the BMW PGA Championship last week – where LIV players were made to feel unwelcomed by some of the leaders – one Legends Tour exec got in touch and asked me if there was any way I could play in a few events. I don’t want to mention it, but he said that there would be money available to pay me.”

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9. LIV Team Championships payout

Jamie Hall, Bunkered.co.uk …”1. Four Aces: Patrick Reed, Talor Gooch, Talor Johnson, Patrick Reed, Pat Perez and Patrick Reed – $16million each

  • 2. Punch (Cam Smith and Marc Leishman, Matt Jones and Wade Ormsby), $8 million/$2million each
  • 3. Smash (Brooks Koepka, Peter Uihlein, Chase Koepka, Jason Kokrak) – $6million/$1.5million each
  • 4. Stinger (Louis Oosthuizen, Branden Grace, Charl Schwartzel, Hennie du Plessis) – $4million/$1million each

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