After completing his sparkling final round at what would be his first victory at the Open Championship, Phil Mickelson admitted that he had a difficult time explaining how he felt about one of the best performances of his brilliant career.
There’s something special about the British Open.
No other major championship has a greater collection of signature shots than the Masters, mainly because it’s the only major held on the same course. And it helps that Augusta National is such a course that allows for such big moments.
Make no mistake about it, Tiger Woods is back.
Rory McIlroy has won the PGA Championship, routing the field by a record eight strokes Sunday for his second major title.
The highlight of Tiger Woods’ Sunday was his chip in for birdie on 16.
Tiger Woods was at his best Sunday at the Memorial. He hit nearly every shot just the way he wanted, worked the gallery into a frenzy with one last charge over the final hour and left everyone buzzing — especially Jack Nicklaus — with a shot they will talk about for years.
This year, it may be the most compelling of all the tournaments as the game’s heavyweights set to square off in what should be the most memorable of battles.
Tiger Woods finally brought the buzz back to the very thing that made him famous – winning.
Since November of 2009, Tiger Woods has not been the same golfer physically or mentally and former golfer Nick Faldo doesn’t think Woods can regain that edge again.
Tiger Woods recently pulled out of the upcoming U.S. Open. But a quick look at the numbers shows he’s still on track to tie or surpass Jack Nicklaus’ record of 18 major wins.
Even after the latest allegations against Jim Tressel, Ohio State legend Jack Nicklaus is not backing off his support for the former Buckeyes football coach.
We all have our guilty pleasures. Cookie dough ice cream, a silly YouTube video watched a million times or lying in bed one morning when we should be getting something accomplished.
I am not much of a golfer, and to be honest with you, I find the game a bit boring for my taste. At least without the “real” Tiger Woods, anyway.