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Sunday, July 29, 2012

So Many Storylines...

As if the Olympics weren't enough, this week's golf tournaments have left us with an amazing number of storylines.

The ET's tournament, the Lyoness Open, ended Saturday (I had forgotten about that) so players have time to get to the WGC-Bridgestone this week. Bernd Wiesberger got his second win of the season -- and I admit I expected Thorbjorn Olesen to grab his second win of the season instead.

Over on the Champions Tour, Fred Couples and Bernhard Langer are the final group at the Senior Open Championship. That should certainly be interesting.

The Nationwide Children's Hospital Invitational on the Web.com Tour is in the sights of Ben Kohles, who turned pro this very week when he got a sponsor's invite. That's a nice way to make your pro debut!

Robert Garrigus has managed to take the lead at the RBC Canadian Open on the PGA Tour. That finishes up later today.

And the ladies over in the Evian Masters are playing live in the early hours on GC, starting at 6am ET. If I had to pick a storyline here, it would be that Natalie Gulbis is just one stroke off the lead. After all her injuries and such, a win for her would be a big deal... especially since her only other win is at the 2007 Evian Masters.

So settle in for a busy day of golf and Olympics... and channel surfing.

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