The golfing spotlight is back on Rory McIlroy and rightfully so. The 25-year-old Irish lad put on a stellar performance that left him holding the coveted Claret Jug on Sunday afternoon, and put to rest any doubts that he has emerged from his recent slump.
They're dropping like flies. Yankees first baseman Mark Teixeira will be out eight to 10 weeks with a wrist injury.
Who's the boss? The Miami Heat made it a franchise-tying 14th straight win with a 99-93 win over the Knicks in New York.
And the hottest team in the NBA? That would be the champion Miami heat: It's now nine straight wins.
What did he do to overcome the choke at the Masters? With the mental challenges of travel, the media, sponsors and fans, not to mention playing an incredibly stressful sport, how has he continued to be so successful? Can we learn to manage stress like Rory McIlroy?
What does the preseason mean? The Jets scored 31 total points in their four preseason games. They scored 48 yesterday in their regular season opening day win against Buffalo.
Rory McIlroy is one of four golfers who shot an eight-under-64 to lead the way at the BMW Championship in Carmel, Indiana. Tiger Woods is one stroke back.
There is no other sports event in Boston where the very, very best compete with the stakes so high and the calendar marked with X's with four straight days of competition guaranteed in writing.
Bad news. The NFL season begins tomorrow and no talks are scheduled with locked out officials.
Will this finally be the year that somebody bests Joe DiMaggio's 56-game hitting streak? At least it's possible, unlike lots of other marks.
Tiger's stunning crescendo of play so far this season, winning the Arnold Palmer Invitational last week by five strokes, makes this upcoming Masters one of the most anticipated majors ever!
Enough about Tom and Gisele, the real power couple in sports is the #1 golfer in the world Rory McIlroy and the former #1 tennis player in the world Caroline Wozniacki.
What will the NFL do about the New Orleans Saints bounty system? It's come to light that the players were paid bonuses for maiming opposing players and knocking them out of games.
It is a true pleasure to cover golf and to be on location at the Majors and other tournaments throughout the year to share with listeners and readers, the updates, the drama and information about the people who make the sport so special.
Germany's Martin Kaymer saved his best round for when it mattered most, recording a tournament low 9-under 63 to swing his way to a 20-under-par victory.
Neither rain, nor damp, overcast conditions could prevent Fredrick Jacobson from extending his lead at the HSBC Champions, the Swede distancing himself from the field with a 5-under 67 in the third round.