Bridgestone Invitational – World Golf Championships – Results

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From the exclusive home for live World Golf Championship

…I hate it when writers begin their articles with “I told you so”.

It sounds cocky, conceited and downright flash. But, on this one occasion, I have to begin this article with “We told you so”.

Prior to the delayed start of the final round of the WGC Bridgestone Invitational, we looked at which golfers, if any, were likely to catch the leader Jim Furyk (who led for 71 holes out of the 72…D’oh!) given that his third round of par saw the earlier flashes of brilliance disappear into mediocrity – full article here on UK Golf.

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Discount coupons on golf and accessories

On Golf - Timothy O'Grady

On Golf – Timothy O’Grady

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This was waiting for me in my feed,  It’s a list of golf products, everything from golf head covers in a fetching blue/white/navy combination to the clubs themselves, from a parchment of the original Scottish rules of golf in a parchment to the latest in polo shirts and other apparel.

In my current state of health, there’s very little of it used to me.  I can’t even swing my pants, let alone my hips.  And I don’t think the stripey golfing trousers are quite me – they’d probably go with the golf club head covers, though!.

And the psychedelic purple beach shorts wouldn’t even be allowed at The Belfry, methinks.  But I guess there’s a market somewhere for them.  Other than the beach, I mean.

This is a third-party offer and, to me, it looks as if they’re all bits and pieces you can pick up on – hang on, let’s check that…(hovers back over offer page)…nope, I stand corrected.

The first product that appears in the search, the book “On Golf”, has come up for sale at a place called ‘in-the-hole’ (sounds like I game I used to play in my youth – tut, Tiddlywinks, I was thinking of, what were you, smutty?), so they’re not amazon products.

To be fair, the book looks like the 2005 hardback edition – no, I’m not an aficionado on books, it’s just that I was wondering why this listing is offering it at $22.95.  The hardback on’s only a tenner, with the Kindle version going for £7.16 – you can get that here: and download the free app on Amazon to convert it to your PC or Android or iOS device.

Anyway – this wasn’t a go-compare type article – I just thought I’d offer you what as awaiting me in my syndicated feeds awaiting curation when I logged in to my account this afternoon.

Okay – that’s me for tonight – I’ll see you tomorrow with an update on the WGC Bridgestone and see if Jim Furyk can hold onto his lead past the halfway point.

TTFN, Thet Watson.

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