Tag Archives: 2012 AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am

May
11
2017

I’ve been meaning to use this Tony Romo zinger for over a month, or heck, I likely used a version of this in jest back in 2010 or 2012, but it was better that I waited so long after the fact because it works better in this context. Last month, it was announced that Romo, 14-year veteran quarterback of the Dallas Cowboys, was officially retiring and joining CBS as the lead game analyst, where he’ll have the pleasure of sharing the booth with lead announcer Jim Nantz.

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Feb
15
2012

Ratings skyrocket

Golf Channel recorded its most-watched-ever PGA Tour round this past Sunday — which also means there were the most fans ever (2.3 million) that were thrilled during the 50-minute blackout, thanks to college hoops (you all were very appreciative of my Twitter updates, though). I’m finally processing your outrage, especially since I’m told you missed putting on the 6th green through No. 10. Oh, it wasn’t like those holes were important or anything! Well, I get it now because that’s exactly how I’m feeling since the Knicks-Kings game (aka LinSanity) isn’t nationally broadcasted.

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Feb
7
2012
By Conor Nagle under PGA Tour

Tiger sizes up an old-fashioned putt at the 2010 US Open

Further to yesterday’s announcement of the USGA and R&A’s decision to reconsider the legality of putting techniques based on “anchoring” (ie. the bracing of the putter grip against the body), 14-time major champion Tiger Woods used his pre-tournament press conference at the AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am to join the lobby in favour of an outright ban.

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