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The Best of Inspiring Athletes: PGA Edition

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Stewart Cink takes a practice swing at the 2011 Crowne Plaza Invitational in Fort Worth, Texas (Photo by Chad Bonham)

There’s still some golf to be played in 2011, but all of the official business concluded earlier this fall. Inspiring Athletes was privileged to bring you some key golf stories along with some fascinating interviews with a number of PGA golfers.

Some of stories we covered included Webb Simpson who won his first two tournaments and narrowly finished second in both the Fed Ex Cup and money list standings.

We also watched as Simpson, Bubba Watson and 10 other Americans banded together to defeat the International Team, including K.J. Choi and Aaron Baddeley, at the Presidents Cup in Melbourne Australia.

Inspiring Athletes also traveled to the Crowne Plaza Invitational at Colonial in Fort Worth, Texas, where we were able to catch up with several golfers including Tom Lehman, Rickie Fowler, Mark Wilson and Kevin Streelman.

In case you missed any of the coverage, we’ve put the interviews and stories all together in one place for you to enjoy. Click on any of the links below to read more:

PGA INTERVIEWS

Aaron Baddeley

Ben Crane

Rickie Fowler

Tom Lehman

Webb Simpson

Kevin Streelman

Mark Wilson

PGA STORIES

K.J. Choi donates to tornado relief

Rickie Fowler makes blind hole-in-one

Ben Crane, Hunter Mahan, Rickie Fowler and Bubba Watson release “Golf Boys” video

Seven Days In Utopia hits theaters

Ben Crane outduels Webb Simpson at McGladrey Classic playoff

Webb Simpson and Aaron Baddeley highlight Presidents Cup rosters

Webb Simpson shines in U.S., Team’s Presidents Cup victory

Hope you enjoyed Inspiring Athletes’ PGA coverage this year. We’ll have more great interviews and stories for you next spring including conversations with Stewart Cink, D.J. Brigman, Jonathan Byrd and Bernhard Langer.



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