As Tiger held the lead going into the weekend, we had all but anointed him with the victory. Funny thing, his game didn't get the memo.
They say par is just a number, and at the Olympic Club that number is 70. As a result only six golfers beat par and only one of them is named Tiger Woods.
As Lebron leads his Miami Heat through a brutal playoff finals series against the Oklahoma City Thunder, and as Tiger tries to recapture his magic formula for winning Major tournaments in this week's U.S. Open, I will be enthusiastically cheering both of them on.
Lord Voldemort succeeded in killing Albus Dumbledore. Tiger Woods chipped in on 16 at the Memorial. And two worlds shook.
If you are new to the game, or just need to brush up on your golf etiquette, here are tips from 14 amateur golfers who are friends of my family.
Sports have created a worldwide community where almost anyone can feel connected with one person based solely on a love and passion for a game.
I think we're all missing the point. We need to make the Pro Bowl more like the NBA, better yet, the ABA. Let everyone go in motion. In place of the slam dunk contest, have the players compete at halftime for the best end zone dance.
By far the most underreported sports story of this past weekend involved Tiger Woods missing the cut at the PGA Tour's Charlotte stop. But it wasn't the missing of the cut that deserved headlines but rather the fact that PGA Tour cheated on his behalf.
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"But now when a player turns to see his clubs taken... by some wee bit lassie, he no longer shakes his head dubiously."
The Augusta "National" Golf Club has a Constitutional right as a private establishment to decide its membership. If Augusta wants to ostracize women, it's free to do so. But professional golfers are also free to do the right thing.
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.
Perception and sight are so crucial to putting that one has to wonder: What does the slumping Tiger see? Is it something different than the dominant Tiger saw in his heyday? New research may offer some insight on this question.
The truth is the golf industry is rooting for Woods. But again, I maintain he's not truly "back" until he wins another major tournament. If he's wearing the Green Jacket on Sunday I will personally Tebow to his greatness.
Virginia Rometty is IBM's new chief as of January -- and one tradition (Augusta's boys-only policy) runs smack dab into another (giving IBM's CEO a membership along with the coveted ugly green jacket).
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!