As I watched Phil Mickelson give his post-tournament press conference, of all the words I heard him mention while answering reporters on his very special day, one word stood out more than most: fulfillment. You see, the second most recognizable Continue reading Phil fulfilled
Confidence is a really bad movie starring Edward Burns. If I remember the plot correctly, Burns plays a con artist who’s trying to pull off the scam of his life. The film features a number of twists and rather predictable Continue reading Draymond Green and Brooks Koepka: Two Tales of Confidence Brimming
I worked a 14-hour day last Saturday. That’s nothing for this fifty-year old who spends most of his time either walking the numerous, lush golf courses of Central Florida or on his feet graciously serving the thirsty patrons of Tampa Continue reading SportsChump makes joke at University of Miami’s expense; Gators, Seminoles laugh while Canes lament
Tiger Woods had just finished his opening round of the 2014 PGA Championship after shooting a disappointing 2-over 74. He stood in the Valhalla parking lot stretching his back, joshing with friends and loading his clubs into the back of Continue reading What Woods needs: A little bit of Daly in his life
Very few men have ever won a PGA Championship. Even fewer have grabbed their wife’s ass for millions to see immediately after doing so. Suddenly, Jason Dufner has become my new favorite golfer.
Dustin Johnson is a professional golfer. I’m not really a professional anything. Dustin Johnson has earned $7.5 million dollars over his career. I made $200 tending bar last Saturday night. Other than that, Dustin and I have quite a bit Continue reading Dustin Johnson, parking tickets and the failure to pay attention
1:38 – Tiger shows up to golf course in plush, black Buick. Does not valet. Caddy Steve rides shotgun. Tiger wears traditional Sunday red, patterned shirt and black pants. Means business, look out field.
Coach should have opted for the cannoli.