This may sound a little odd given how young and vibrant I am, but I often think of where I might like to retire someday if I were a normal person.
It used to be that guiding a pro athlete toward better performance was easy. They would be missing some obvious component of a wor...
My caddying career was littered with mistakes. Initially, my instinct was to manage these mistakes like the stand-up person my parents raised: with ignorance. I'd silently walk alongside my player, dodging eye contact, hoping the awkwardness would blow out over the Pacific.
Doug has other activities and lots of relationships. If Doug were the kind of man who'd be good at teaching golf (and life) to kids, I'd have suggested he try that. But that's not Doug. He misses golf, of course he does, but he has let it go and turned to other things. God bless him.
Golf is a very old sport that started in the middle ages. It is one of the oldest sports still played with great popularity today. The sport started in Scotland and was played in the abundant green grass that covered most of the country.
Hidden in mountain ravines south of downtown Palm Springs, the area now called simply "Indian Canyons" disguises behind its generic name one of the most unusual natural wonders in the state: thriving forests of glorious palm trees in the middle of a bone-dry, furnace-hot rocky desert.
Like successful athletes before her, Sorenstam always had a vision for her life. And for the first time in her life, in 2008, her vision began off of the golf course. In that moment, it was time for Sorenstam to find success in the business world and in her personal life, as a wife and mother.
Northern California has claimed its rich history and is known as the heart of the Gold Rush. However, Sacramento, the capital city of California, is home to a brilliant community of people that make an impact for many non-profit and charitable organizations.
I don't care about cars -- there I said it. When people ask me what car my husband drives, I answer honestly -- I don't know ... but it's orange! (Actually more like the burnt umber color of my last year's lipstick ... but try telling that to a man.)
Morocco, steeped in tradition and history, has entered an age where the traditional and modern coincide beautifully and harmoniously. This is evident in everything from architecture to everyday life in various cities like Marrakesh, Agadir, Casablanca and Rabat.
Since August 16, when Jordan Spieth finished an impressive second to Jason Day at the PGA Championship in Wisconsin, Spieth has now missed the cut in his last two tournaments, both FedEx Cup Playoff events in The Barclays (NJ) and here at the TPC-Boston.
What happened to Rafael Nadal, in his loss to Fabio Fognini in the third round of the US Open is what everyone is afraid of: falling from a great height. It, in fact conforms to Aristotle's definition of tragedy which is the fall of a man of high position.
Forty-eight years ago, Bill MacPhail, then in charge of sports at CBS, signed a deal with the US Tennis Open to carry its tennis matches, men's and women's, on the CBS network. That deal died last year and in 2015 you'll have to watch them on ESPN.
Truth: You never need to tell a woman that she has gained weight. She knows it. She avoids mirrors, hates photographs of herself, and loses the urge to shop for clothes.
We're going to begin today with a wrapup of the week that was in the presidential campaigns, and as befitting his status as the Republican frontrunner, we're going to start with Donald Trump.
It's time to leave Tiger Woods alone. I personally hope he can find his way out of whatever has him down right now. I hope he starts winning golf tournaments again. I hope he wins another major and comes closer to breaking Nicklaus' record.