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By Golf Week on Wed, Oct 22 2014 3:12 PM
By PGA Tour News on Wed, Oct 22 2014 4:49 PM
If you're a regular reader of my one-and-done analysis and advice prior to this season, you know that my picks were independent of any game like the one that the fellas included below and I fired up for 2014-15. I used to act as a placebo of sorts, usually investing in the most logical choice based on where my research steered me. I also encouraged you to play against me. While those angles are still in play, my decisions have evolved for the sake of this new, stand-alone contest. So to should yours. There's much more value to be gleaned by digesting how all of us approach every week. What's more, for those of you currently participating in a one-and-done, you'll probably pick up on philosophies and strategies that you may have overlooked. More is more. In the old days, because I had nothing at stake, I'd have simply plugged in Webb Simpson for The McGladrey Classic, essentially for the same reasons that Chris and Sean are burning the Ryder Cupper this week. Keeping that in mind,...
By LPGA News & Entertainment on Wed, Oct 22 2014 7:51 AM
Michelle Wie will be the first one to admit that she jumped the gun when she tried to return to action at the Evian Championship last month from her finger injury.
The reason the pro tells you to keep your head down is so you can't see him laughing.