studying the game
First class all the way: look who showed up at Killeen Castle in Dublin, where we have our first international school
Just bumped into my photo for impossible up/down-back side of #10 at Augusta Nat'l, a view not usually seen
Wow, Cristie Kerr laps the field at the LPGA Championship (wedge practice green above). Congratulations to world #1 CK
Wow, Kristie Kerr smoking the field at the LPGA Championship (wedge practice green above). I talked to her Tuesday and didn't realize she can become world #1 with a win. She just hit it to 3' again!
To see what the LPGA players will face in their Championship this week, see more of Locust Hills at davepelz.com
What a life. After leaving carnage at Pebble, I stand among beautiful women preparing for the LPGA Championship.
My guess: sand short of #9 and #18 will give us the drama today for the U.S. Open title (details at www.davepelz.com)
If you want to better understand why the par-5 14th hole is playing so difficult, log onto www.davepelz.com to see Eddie's photos from our practice round
The new look from back tee on Pebble #6. The fairway has been moved way right, and cut all the way to the water.
From yesterday's tweet, it is the view looking right from #5 tee box. Only Schultzm got it right!
Wrong. They might get a real bad break if their ball nestles up against a tree root: unplayable or a root shot?
Anyone going for the green in two on Pebble #18 could miss short-right and end up under the tree. Not too bad?
Can you guess where this photo was taken as I walked around Pebble? Tomorrow I'll show you the course prep for this year's U.S. Open
Played a long bunker shot lately? From the left of Pebble #18, it's better than being in the water!
Practice round at Pebble, no wind at all. Greens rolling good, course looks great. Ever seen 18th water calmer?
Most detailed photos of Pluto ever from NASA's Hubble telescope: Molasses color is unexplained to date. Surface temperature is -384 degrees fahrenheit
Blew into Augusta Ga today along with serious pollen. Zyrtek sales will soar.
A fun discussion of golf with PGA National members (Honda there this week) after hours
Guess what this is? Streaks of fine grained sand sliding down side of crater (see Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter) gets lighter with time
Video shoot for golf.com today: 44 degrees at 7:00 AM, 20-30 mph winds all day, we froze but got it done.
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