A Major League Baseball game set a record Wednesday night by playing in front of zero fans. It’s a shame it came to that.
A major boxing event will take place Saturday night in front of what is expected to be the largest pay-per-view audience in history. In my book, that’s a much bigger shame.
GRANITEVILLE – Rory McIlroy was back in the Augusta area on Friday, more relaxed with a clearer head and fresher perspective on the events two weeks ago that left him still searching for the culmination of his career slam at the Masters Tournament.
Fifteen miles from Augusta National Golf Club,
It was a Masters performance few saw coming – wildly spectacular beyond anyone’s expectations.
Not Jordan Spieth. You could sense his green jacket moment hurtling towards us from a year away.
I’m talking Tiger Woods. As T17s go, his was both wild and spectacular.
Woods arrived at Augusta
Ready or not, here he comes.
At 3:20 p.m. on Friday after his second pre-Masters scouting trip to Augusta in four days, Tiger Woods officially decided to play in next week’s Masters Tournament.
“I’m playing in the Masters,” Woods announced on his website.
Tiger Woods came to Augusta on Tuesday on an exploratory mission. Now we’ll see if the rehearsal was good enough to warrant an official return engagement next week.
Woods’ Gulfstream G5 was parked in front of the terminal for private aircraft at Augusta Regional Airport on Tuesday morning and
Tiger Watch has become another Masters tradition unlike any other.
What used to be a exercise in following HOW Tiger Woods played, however, has devolved into monitoring IF he’ll play.
For the second consecutive year, April approaches with no word on whether or not Woods will compete in the
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That's it. Nobody new made it. And Paul Casey survived inside the bubble.
This was the last week for bubble players to book their passage into the top 50 and stamp their passports for Augusta.
The Masters Tournament is approaching a milestone its stewards have carefully tried to keep at bay for a half century.
When the deadline for inviting top-50 players hits at the conclusion of this week’s events, the tournament field will be on the brink – if not there – of triple figures for only
Harris English has been painfully close all year. Matt Every has been painfully far away. Their paths criss-crossed in the opposite direction on Sunday at Bay Hill.
Every ended a long slump with his second consecutive victory at Bay Hill to earn a return trip to Augusta. Every has been largely
Augusta fans tuning into Wednesday night’s NCAA Tournament might recognize the name of a Boise State player – but they won’t recognize his game.
James Webb III played two seasons at Curtis Baptist in Augusta and another at Adelphi Christian in Aiken before following his coach to a prep school in
Bubba Watson finally revealed his Champions Dinner menu for his green-jacketed peers.
“We are definitely going to have food,” Watson promised on Monday in a teleconference with Augusta National Golf Club announcing his promotional trip to New York next week on behalf of the Drive, Chip & Putt
South African George Coetzee emerged from a six-way 54-hole hole tie to win the Tshwane Open in Pretoria on Sunday, but the victory merely plops him into the high-60s in the world ranking.
DORAL, Fla. – Despite a dislocated shoulder that has slowed his gait and prevented him from playing golf, Arnold Palmer has no intention of missing his appointed tee time at Augusta National next month.
“I’m looking forward to being out on that tee even if I fan it,” said the 85-year-old Palmer
The horror-show that was the Monday finish at PGA National was survived by 43-year-old Padraig Harrington, who rallied and beat 21-year-old rookie Daniel Berger ina playoff at the Honda Classic to earn a return to the Masters.
As a host of other Ryder Cup veterans fell by the watery wayside on
The Florida swing is here. Masters qualifying gets real now.
With only five weeks left before the top-50 deadline and just six PGA Tour events to scare up a qualifying victory, the intensity ratchets up a notch for those on the outside looking in.
A couple of bygone Augusta veterans and former