Monthly Archives: December 2011

Fox Sports Piece On Rory (and one on Graeme)

Great piece on Rory from Fox Sports.  Sultan of Swing. Talk about a guy having his head screwed on right, here’s a comment from around the time he went to Haiti to help with the relief effort between the Masters and … Continue reading

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Feinstein’s Book Excerpt

Here’s the John Feinstein book excerpt (which I have not yet read) regarding Tiger Woods,  published by Golf Digest. I’m still looking for the Yahoo Sports Radio audio. [Update] Just concluded the article.  Very good.  Feinstein on record now as saying, definitively, … Continue reading

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BREAKING NEWS!

BREAKING NEWS Incredible Yahoo Sports Radio interview with John Feinstein! We are looking for a transcript. John said Rory McIlroy would be any father’s ideal son-in-law, that he told Rory (jokingly, no doubt) that he’d like Rory to marry his … Continue reading

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Kevin Na’s Whiff: Analysis

You surely remember Kevin Na’s whiff. I recently encountered the definitive analysis.

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Tim Tebow: 21st Century Jackie Robinson

In a world of Tiger Woodses and Sam Hurds and Ben Roethlisbergers, we are fortunate to have a great role model like Tim Tebow. The Christian Science monitor has just published a wonderful article on Mister Tebow.  Must reading.  Here’s a … Continue reading

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Confused Tiger Woods Fans

“A fan’s attachment to a team or a player might be one of the most intense, enduring relationships of his or her life.” Those words are from a recent major article in Sports Illustrated, entitled, “In My Tribe.”  They help me … Continue reading

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Mushnick Laughs At Golf Media

Phil Mushnick has a funny mention today about recent media coverage of Tiger Woods.  It is no longer a “sex scandal,” but a “car accident.” Craig Kirtland, Marrero, La., writes to suggest that NBC’s Dan Hicks, by stating last Sunday’s … Continue reading

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