2012 Ryder Cup, Rosters and Format Information
Friday will mark the beginning of the 38th Ryder Cup between the United States against Europe. The 2012 version of the matches will be played at the Medinah Country Club in Medinah, IL. The European team is the defending champion after winning 14 ½ to 13 ½ in 2010 at Celtic Manor Resort. The […]Read More →
Masters Badges in High Demand After Tigers Woods Win at Bay Hill
With Tigers Woods capturing his first PGA Tournament title in 923 days this past weekend at Bay Hill, all the attention has turned to The Masters, and whether or not Woods can win his first Major in nearly four years. Officially set to begin on Thursday, April 5, the 2012 Masters is […]Read More →
Six Reasons to Watch The 2011 British Open
This year’s British Open is Sandwich, England, and what a beautiful old historic course it is. This will be the 14th time that the Open is played at Royal St. George’s Golf Club. I know a lot of people are asking why will I watch this? Well I’m about to tell […]Read More →
Nobody has impacted their respective sport more than Tiger Woods. Tiger has fixated the sport of golf since he broke onto the scene with his win at the 1997 Masters Tournament by a staggering 12 shots. But much has changed since that historic win 14 years ago. As much as the […]Read More →
2011 US Open Preview
It is known as The National Championship of Golf. Can you hear that? It is the sound of the fans cheering at the 1st tee at the U.S. Open. The hardest test ever for a golfer is playing the U.S. Open. This year Open is no different where the fairways are […]Read More →
The world of golf without Tiger
“It’s easy to write about Tiger Woods.
Not so much about the rest of the golf world.
The first round of the Memorial Tournament in Dublin, Ohio began Thursday. Some familiar names are near the top of the leaderboard: Steve Strickler, Rocco Mediate, Vijay Singh, K.J. Choi. […]Read More →