Lo and behold, professional golf has, at least momentarily, embraced a truce. The Great Golfing Compromise of 2023 came to the shock of absolutely everyone, for not a single soul saw this group hug as a reality. The PGA-LIV fissure Continue reading PGA Tour loyalists fall for banana in tailpipe
For ultimate sports weekend, Part One, click here. For ultimate sports weekend, Part Two, click here. Monday morning came bright and early. The drive from Charlotte to Augusta takes a little over two hours, especially when those driving are running Continue reading The ultimate sports weekend, Part Three
In the 1970s, a rivalry league existed. I take that back. This league not only existed; it thrived. I am, of course, talking about the ABA. The American Basketball Association is no longer in existence but when it was, it Continue reading LIV and Let Die the PGA Tour
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
I have this friend, perhaps you’ve heard of him. His name is Kevin. Kevin runs this website, perhaps you’ve heard of it. It’s called the Wife Hates Sports. It’s a site you want to tune into in case you’re considering Continue reading How Brendon Todd almost won me $1,000… but didn’t.
Is nothing sacred? As sports fans, we like to sit in the stands or in front of our television sets and believe everything we’re watching is real, that the players we adore are giving it their all and the franchises Continue reading NBA sells out uniformly
Well, it was fun while it lasted. Roger Federer, Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson have been among the most dominant athletes we’ve ever seen. From 2004-2008, Roger Federer was the best tennis player in the world. He held his sport’s Continue reading The end of an era in a major way
In only a month, my quest is complete, my Holy Grail has been attained, total glory stenciled onto my scorecard. Where to begin?
“I actually think the back is playing a little bit easier.”
I was 17 years old once. That was a long time ago. At 17, I was finishing up high school, had fallen in love for the first time and was consistently, yet fruitlessly, trying to get my dad to loan Continue reading Beau knows golf