I love Jordan Spieth. If you follow golf, you probably do, too.
If you don’t know who Jordan is, he’s the best thing to happen to golf since Tiger Woods first entered the scene. (And keep your judgments to yourself — he who casts the first stone and all that…)
Jordan became a professional golfer after only one year of college, but no one has ever disparaged his decision to leave school early or lack of education or poor example to our youth.
I think Kentucky basketball coach John Calipari sees the irony…don’t you?
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I’m so glad Tiger’s back.
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I’ve been watching Golf Channel’s coverage of the Presidents Cup at Muirfield Village in Dublin, Ohio.
Best seat in the house if you don’t have a ticket, right?
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Golf is a mental game — everybody says so.
So it has been interesting to watch the course at Oak Hill beat the brains out of the No. 1 and No. 2 players in the world.
Both Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson started today’s final round of the PGA Championship well out of contention — Phil in second to last place. Many of the announcers said they were actually looking forward to watching the two, thinking they would be more aggressive and willing to let loose since they didn’t have a snowball’s chance in hell of winning.
I’m not sure we’ve seen that.
What we did see was Tiger waving the white flag — ever so symbolically — even before he stepped up to the first tee. He traded the solid red shirt he traditionally wears on Sundays for a model with a gray back and collar.
Subtle, but telling.
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March Madness —
It’s not just for basketball anymore!
During a break in today’s Ohio State/Iowa State match-up, I switched over to the final round of the Arnold Palmer Invitational Golf tournament. Tiger Woods and Rickie Fowler are in the final pairing, and I wanted to see if they were on the course.
Not just then.
Spain’s Sergio Garcia was the focus of attention because his ball was up in a tree. And so was he.
Sergio wasn’t gonna take a drop.
Nope, he climbed up into the tree and decided to hit the ball from right there.
To get it into the fairway, he had to hit a back-handed shot. And believe it or not, he did just that…and then climbed on down.
Gotta love the craziness in all sports this time of year!
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Mark your calendar. Set your iPhone alarm. Grab a beverage and a snack and plop down in front of your laptop’s live stream.
This Friday at 11am ET, Tiger Woods is stepping back into the spotlight to announce his future plans.
Except it’s not so much a spotlight anymore, is it, Tiger? It’s more like the white hot light of a police interrogation room. All the waves of love and support that you have come to expect from the media and your loyal fans has been reduced to a sub-par trickle.
Maybe that’s why the press conference scheduled at PGA Tour headquarters in Ponte Vedra Beach, Florida is simply you reading a statement — no questions allowed.
But how well did controlling the situation with silence serve you in the past, Tiger? Let’s say it together using yet another pun — it didn’t make the cut. Perhaps taking a question or two or seven might be a good thing…and earn you back an ally in the press.
Personally? I don’t really care who you sleep with. I’m sorry for your wife and kids, and for the way your affairs were made public. But I doubt you are the only professional athlete who has abused his position with so many women (and in so many different positions — booyah!). You just got caught…and in such a spectacularly ridiculous fashion.
Get the help you need, Tiger, and then get back out on the golf course. The sport is less without you.
Let’s get your name on the headline of the sports section again.
Whadda ya say?
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