Does Tiger really believe he can win each and every event he tees it up in? It's a pretty bold statement from a bold guy, but here's the thing: if anyone else made that statement it would be hard to believe, but coming from Tiger Woods not only does he believe it, it's very possible.
Tiger was once again unsuccessful in his bid to win a major by coming from behind on the Sunday of a major -- finishing tied for sixth. And, as any good television show would have it, Phil Mickelson came from behind on the final lap.
Of all the 22,884 swings at a golf ball, only one player had each and every one of his swings recorded by television cameras. That would be Tiger Woods.
Were you rooting for Tiger through this weekend's Masters tournament? Were you rooting against him? Or did you basically not care?
Boola Boola. Yale won its first NCAA hockey title beating Quinnipiac Saturday night 4-0. Yale's last title? 1953 in swimming.
Tiger missed an opportunity to act like a real champion, by doing something far more significant and memorable than winning another major.
This week marks an important occasion in golf, sports and, quite frankly, the campaign for equality. For the first time, female members of the Augusta National Golf Club will be present at the Masters Golf Tournament in Augusta, GA.
The Jackie Robinson movie, 42, opens nationwide today. As I mentioned the other day it's well worth seeing.
No Master's moment tops the 1986 Masters, during which arguably the greatest golfer of all-time, Jack Nicklaus, stormed back from a five-shot deficit in the final round to shoot a five-under par 30 on the famed back nine and win by a single stroke.
As the world's best golfers head to Augusta National for The Masters, the buzz is building around the biggest story of the week: Will Tiger Woods win his first major championship in five years?
For non-golfers this may seem like much ado about a trivial matter, but in reality this controversy says an enormous amount about the state of sports and even our country as a whole.
No surprise that its "wail till next year" for the Knicks. They've been doing that since 1973. During that time New York and New Jersey teams have combined for 20 championships, yet the Knicks drought continues.
What would Jesus do at the Masters? For Luke, the story of Mary and Martha is the answer to that question. While the reception history of this text has relegated it to the kitchen, the original intent of Luke was much more revolutionary.
This entry is part of a contest by HuffPost Books and The Buried Life. Click here to read more about it. Five years ago I almost lost my Dad to a ma...
A woman in a very prominent -- and historically very male -- job forced a national conversation about respect and equality. And she did it without ever saying a word.
I hadn't thought that women were particularly dangerous golfers. Could that be the reason that the Augusta National Golf club refuses to take down its...