Category Golf

Sergio’s Renaissance

Sergio Garcia has returned from golfing oblivion. He has won the last two events (in subsequent weeks) in his native Spain. Last week he conquered the European Tour field at his hometown Castello Masters in Tigeresque fashion. He triumphed by eleven shots. This week was more subdued; he won the Andalucia Valderrama Masters by a […]

Luke Donald’s Best Win?

Luke Donald captured his fifth worldwide win of 2011 Sunday at the Children’s Miracle Network Classic in Orland. The win catapulted Donald to the top of the PGA Tour money list at season’s end. The world number one has a commanding lead in the Race to Dubai (the European money list) and is the consensus […]

Tiger’s Latest Comeback

  Tiger Woods returns to action this week at the Open in Northern California. This makes, oh, about 50 returns back to professional golf for Woods in the past few years. As John Feinstein put it Wednesday: “this guy has more comebacks than Sugar Ray Leonard, Brett Favre and Richard Nixon combined.” Everyone has […]

The King Turns 82

Arnold Palmer turned 82 today. Without question, he is the most important golfer who ever lived. He was the game’s biggest star during the early days of television. His 1960 season put him in the pantheon of American sportsmen and changed golf forever. He won his second green jacket in Augusta that April. Two months […]

Golf’s Top Beauty

Golf Magazine has named Golf Channel’s Win McMurry the game’s number one beauty. Last night on “The Grey Goose 19th Hole,” host Todd Lewis highlighted this during the final minute of the show. Here’s Win providing updates for

Tiger’s New Stripes?

Tiger Woods shocked me yesterday when he announced he will play in the Fall Series Open. This is the first time Woods has shown he’s willing to change his ways. Everyone knows Tiger needs reps. Watch funnyman Michael Collins offer his take on Woods’ announcement.

As Tiger’s World Turns

Tiger Woods looked like a dead man walking two weeks ago at the PGA Championship. Scores of 77 and 73 left him well outside the cut-line, keeping Woods home on the weekend of a major for the third time in his career. It wasn’t the high scores or the Thursday meltdown that was so troubling. […]