Category Archives: Golf
Coming off a win at the Bridgestone Invitational, Mr. Number One sure showed the field how its done at the PGA Championship, shooting a 5-under 67, and is sitting in the clubhouse as the leader. This is a much better start to this major for Woods, who missed the cut a few weeks ago at
There is a contradiction to the article that I had read/reported about that came from the Associated Press about Tiger going to be fined. He’s not going to be fined, and the PGA Tour even agreed that they weren’t going to fine him. “There has been no process started withrespect to any disciplinary action,” PGA VP Ty Votaw said. “The commissioner [Tim Finchem] was
Mr. Number One in the golf world is going to be fined by the PGA Tour for his comments about a rules official following the Bridgestone Invitational on Sunday. Tiger said to runner up Padraig Harrington that he’s “sorry that John got in the way of a great battle.” The John he is referring to is European Tour chief referee
I had high hopes. I think everyone in the 127-square-mile district area that voted yes believed Issue 2 was going to pass. Everything was done the right way, everybody gave 110% percent. But the vote (last checked) was officially defeated by around 1,000 votes, 14,391-13,583; more like 800 votes. There is not much to say. I have to do my share of reporting just to keep this site going, and writing this has been painful. A good senior year has been
In what is seemingly going to be the last Buick Open, a tournament that has been hosted by Buick since 1958, Tiger Woods (-20) cruised to a three shot victory over the field for his 69th PGA Tour win. His 69th win came at 33 years and 7 months old, much faster than either Nicklaus (7 years later), or Snead (8 years later). “I’ve played all around the world, and I’ve never
Going into the clubhouse at The Ailsa Course at Turnberry, 2008 Masters champion Miguel Ángel Jiménez is leading the British Open field with a stellar 64 (-6). Jimenez scorched the front 9, birding 3 of the last 4 holes to enter the back nine at 4 under. His round did not include a bogey, and he stayed within himself through 16. On the final two holes, he birdied each of the two, with a monster putt at 18 to take the lead, and snap a 3-way tie for the lead. His round statistically was better than the field average by far. He hit 12 of the 14 fairways on the par-70 links style golf course.
Following closely behind in second is six-time Open champion, 59-year-old