Six Thousand Posts

This post represents a milestone, of sorts, for GolfBlogger: six thousand posts. I’m not sure what that it represents, though—dedication or insanity. I do know, however, that it’s a labor of love. I started GolfBlogger back in 2004 because I love to write and I love golf. It was a natural fit.

Here’s the first GolfBlogger.Com post, from way back on March 22, 2004. It’s prescient, if you ask me.

SI.com – Golf – Woods continues to struggle as Bay Hill winning run ends – Sunday March 21, 2004 8:40PM

ORLANDO, Florida (Reuters)—Tiger Woods’s bid for a fifth straight Bay Hill Invitational title ended in miserable fashion on Sunday when the world number one shot a one-over 73 in the final round to finish on even-par 288, 18 off the leader.

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You’ve got to wonder what’s happened to Tiger. He’s been in slump for some time now. Is Elin Nordegren bad for Tiger’s game? Jack Nicklaus said that his own marriage was good for his game—and that the same would hold true for Tiger. But everyone reacts differently to love and romance.

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