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It’s Hard Being A Pimp Out Here

    Phil Mickelson, crying poverty Monday about how difficult it is to survive on his millions, estimated at almost $50 million last year alone, apologizes for his stupidity.

January 22, 2013   No Comments

Jack Of Clubs

    With his victory Sunday in the AT&T National, Tiger Woods passed Jack Nicklaus and moved into 2nd place for PGA wins. Good for him. Is he back? Not like before. Not even close. Still, we couldn’t help noticing the return of his annoying habit of being a jerk after the tournament. But that’s Tiger.
    Washington Post

July 2, 2012   No Comments

Shot In The Arm

    We’ll give Tiger Woods props for winning the Memorial Tournament on Sunday. We won’t be banging the drum about how he’s back in the high life again. Ain’t happening.

June 4, 2012   No Comments

Much About Nothing

    Wow, Tiger makes the cut. And that’s a story. Tells you plenty, no?
    N.Y. Times

May 11, 2012   No Comments

Thanks For Coming

    Tiger Woods can’t bust a grape. Give a brotha a call. We can help you shake the funk.

May 4, 2012   No Comments

Dying Breed

    The dwindling number of sports cartoonists is another sickness plaguing the newspaper industry.
    N.Y. Times

April 24, 2012   No Comments

Masters: Bubba Humps

Bubba Watson captured his 1st green jacket on Sunday, when he defeated Louis Oosthuizen in a playoff to win the Masters.
Devil Ball Golf

April 8, 2012   No Comments

Culture Clash

Augusta, Georgia, is home to the Masters, but the legendary James Brown is the city’s most famous native. Wright Thompson writes an excellent piece about the polar opposites of the 2.

April 7, 2012   No Comments

Bogey Down Baby

    After a decent opening round, Tiger Woods lost his poise on Day 2 of the Masters today. Woods shot a 75 and was all over the map.
    The leader? How about 52-year-old Fred Couples, who shares first place with Jason Dufner.

April 6, 2012   No Comments

Caddie Shack: You Won’t Find Brothers There

    Carl Jackson, who carries the bag for Ben Crenshaw, will be the only black caddie working the Masters this week. Once upon a time, an abundance of black caddies at the Masters and other golf tournaments were a common sight. Times have changed, though.
    N.Y. Times

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April 3, 2012   No Comments