Odds Reflect What a Freak Tiger Woods Is by Trevor Whenham - 09/08/2006
Tiger Woods is a freak. The biggest freak there is. If you want to argue that then you just don't watch enough golf. The guy has won five consecutive tournaments. For any other pro, winning five tournaments all season would be a spectacular season. Woods plays fewer tournaments than most guys, but he has just clinched his eighth player of the year award in 10 years.
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2006 Masters Betting Preview and Suggestions by Stal Herz - 03/31/2006
Unlike many of the other Majors out there, the Masters is a game of skill and mental strength - not of big boomers and drivers. This is why Tiger Woods dominates the event every year. The consummate golfer will always prevail here, for the ghosts of past champions make sure that royalty is spread only on the elite of the game.
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PGA Tour Preview -- Deutsche Bank Classic Odds and Picks by Aaron "1-iron" Garry - 09/01/2005
Tiger Woods laces up the spikes in Boston for the Deutsche Bank Classic. Vijay Singh is the defending champion, after holding off Woods and Adam Scott by three shots last year, however Singh won't compete due to back spasms. The TPC of Boston is back to yield more low scores, and Singh's 16 under from last year probably won't get the job done this year. The course is playing at just over 7,400 yards, however there are plenty of birdie opportunities on both sides. "1-iron" looks for a winning score of 20 under to come out on top.
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PGA Tour Golf - Buick Open Odds And Picks by Aaron "1-iron" Garry - 08/26/2005
Wow. Another Buick Golf Tournament on the PGA Tour. Sweet God, thanks for sending us Buick as a title sponsor no less then three times this year. Amazingly, lead Buick pitch-man Tiger Woods didn't make the trip to Connecticut this week for the event. "1-iron" feels terrible that this event, which used to be called the Greater Hartford Open, has lost such prestige over such a short period of time.
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PGA Tour Golf -- 2005 Reno Tahoe Open Odds and Picks by Aaron "1-iron" Garry - 08/17/2005
Ah Reno. The PGA Tour returns to its least heralded and least historic event this week for the Reno Tahoe Open at Montreux Country Club. Last year, Vaughn Taylor survived a four-man playoff to capture his first PGA Tour victory. This year, "1-iron" believes it will be the maiden voyage for another lucky PGA Tour player.
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PGA Tour Golf - 2005 WGC-NEC Invitational Odds and Picks by Aaron "1-iron" Garry - 08/16/2005
Phil Mickelson needed a Monday finish, but nevertheless captured his second major championship victory with the PGA Championship at Baltusrol. Mickelson held off Steve Elkington and Thomas Bjorn with a dynamite flop shot at 18 that sealed the victory. With his second major under his belt, "1-iron" believes Mickelson just became much more then a legitimate threat to Tiger Woods and his run at Jack Nicklaus' record 18 majors.
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PGA Tour Golf - 2005 PGA Championship Odds and Picks by Aaron "1-iron" Garry - 08/03/2005
The year's final major gets underway next week at Baltusrol Golf Club in Springfield, NJ. While "1-iron" has had a ball with the first three majors this year, the curtain call on 2005 promises to be something special. The field for this years edition of the PGA is sizzling-hot as 97 of the worlds top 100 players have their name in the hat. The leaderboard should shape up as the "who's-who" of professional golf by late Friday, and by Sunday, we may just have a good old fashioned slobberknocker on our hands between the world's best.
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PGA Tour Golf - 2005 International Odds and Picks by Aaron "1-iron" Garry - 08/03/2005
As a personal note, "1-iron" loves this golf course. Loves it! However, his chances of playing at Castle Pines were greatly reduced this week when his Fiancée's maid of honor decide to cut ties with her boyfriend, who was "1-iron's" sole link to getting on the coveted track. Truly a disappointment, but think of the "1-iron" as he begins his quest to reconcile the two in hopes of re-gaining the chance to play Castle Pines.
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PGA Tour Golf - 2005 Buick Open Odds and Picks by Aaron "1-iron" Garry - 07/27/2005
The Tour returns to the Greater Day-Twah area (Detroit for the layman's) for the 2005 edition of the Buick Open. As spokesperson for Buick, Tiger Woods has committed to play in this event the past few years, and he'll be back this year. Vijay Singh is the defending Champion this year after holding John Daly, Tiger, and Carlos Franco off last year.
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PGA Tour Golf -- Greater Milwaukee Open Preview by Aaron "1-iron" Garry - 07/18/2005
From the Lager capital of the world, to the Beer capital of the world. The PGA Tour keeps on chug-chug-chuggin' along as we find ourselves at Brown Deer Park Golf Course for the Greater Milwaukee Open. Sadly, this event won't have half the field of the John Deere Classic due to the masochistic date on the schedule. We won't see any of the world's top 5 players at this tournament, and we'll get just a fleeting glimpse of star-power in the form of Stewart Cink, Kenny Perry, Fred Funk, Sean O'Hair, Brad Faxon and Justin Bolli....kidding, sort of.
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PGA Tour Golf - B.C. Open Preview by Aaron "1-iron" Garry - 07/11/2005
Like the opening bars of Steve Winwood's "Back in the High Life" the PGA Tour rolls into Endicott, NY for the less heralded B.C. Open at En-Joie Country Club. We here at Doc's Sports offer you the finest golf coverage available, and thus forge ahead with a B.C. Open preview in addition to the British Open column this week. While it goes up against the British Open, the B.C. has featured a stunning past champions list that includes the likes of Hubert Green, Tom Kite, Jeff Sluman, Fred Couples, John Daly and Nolan Henke.
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British Open Preview And Picks by Aaron "1-iron" Garry - 07/11/2005
We gather this week for the British Open at the Old Course in St. Andrew's for golf's third major championship of 2005. With a nip of single malt and a view of St. Andrew's Bay, the game will fondly pay homage to Jack Nicklaus and his golfing accomplishments across the pond, as he ends his run of 163 majors. Nicklaus, who turns 65 this year will be ineligible to compete in future Open Championships, and thus will garner the fanfare and adoration of the Scottish golf fans one last time. Nicklaus won three British Opens in his career, and two of the wins came at St. Andrews.
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PGA Tour Golf - John Deere Classic Preview And Picks by Aaron "1-iron" Garry - 07/05/2005
The Big "Wie'sy" gets a shot at the men this week at the John Deere Classic at the TPC at Deere Run in Silvis, Illinois. While Mark Hensby returns to defend his 2004 title, the spotlight will shine brightly on Michelle Wie, and her quest to prove she belongs on the Men's Tour. As the golf world waits for a formal opinion from the "1-iron" let's just put this in perspective.
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