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We remember Tiger's Thanksgiving many years ago.
Is it a major? Host Tommy Pluta is in rare form, on the mic and in preparation for the Frozen Pumpkin Open.
the air in the middle of the final round of a major is pretty clever. And anything that brings Defending the Wall to the PGA tour puts this guy on the side of the angels in my book. “Free Brady” Guy can drink from my canteen any time. @JerryThornton1
started putting aside his Buddhist teaching to sext skanks at the Thanksgiving dinner table. And did I mention he lead the PGA Tour in most penalty strokes last year (five) while tying for fewest penalty strokes he called on himself (zero)? Anyway
the first billionaire athlete. The seducer of beautiful women. The man other men feared. Who stalked the grounds of the PGA Tour like ... well, like a Tiger. You’re an Alpha Male. You don’t stare at the walls all night all lovelorn
Anthony Kim (considered by many to be the best American player under the age of 30), K.J. Choi (seven-time PGA Tour winner) and Fred Couples (former world No. 1.) So sure, -16 is a score you'll never see at a U.S. Open
Yep, he can bomb it 340 yards, but where is it going? Tiger isn't always sure. Since 2002 he has been outside the PGA Tour 's top 100 in driving accuracy in each year but one. If he has a lousy week off the tee, it will be almost impossible
points and nailing all 17 field goals, including a remarkable 52-yarder Thursday in which he played the wind like a PGA Tour pro, drawing it 10 yards from right to left through the uprights in the first half. “That was into the wind, and it was blowing straight
for this week’s Deutsche Bank Championship, threw out the first pitch to Red Sox pitcher Joe Kelly, who also hosted PGA Tour golfer Rickie Fowler at the park Tuesday, as he was on the field during batting practice in full Red Sox gear. Spieth
down with how far he can hit.” On Billy Horschel and Ian Poulter criticizing the course: “The commissioner on the PGA Tour is a guy named Tim Finchem. Years ago, Finchem said something to us that I really believe makes sense. ... He said
ve cooperated and we’ll be anxious to read the report.” — Charlie Sifford, the first black golfer to join the PGA Tour , died Tuesday night at the age of 92 , the PGA announced. The PGA rescinded its Caucasian-only clause in 1961 after
There’s speculation that he might have been drugged. Allenby said he lost his wallet, cash, driver’s license, PGA Tour bade and cellphone. The first thing he said he remembers is getting kicked and poked by homeless people after apparently