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Tiger’s Top Ten List

Tiger-Gate Day 4 Day four of Tiger-Gate calls for some humor. Maybe we all are taking this accident a little too seriously. Since Tiger has hired a big time lawyer to handle this mess, we probably will never hear from Tiger on this subject. We certainly can speculate on what Tiger might have told the police if he had ever agreed to talk to them. Here are what might have been Tiger’s Top Ten Statements to the Florida Highway Patrol.… Continue Reading

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Tiger Woods Feeds “Tiger-Gate”

Tiger-Gate Day 3 Continued by Jeff Skinner Tiger Woods has decided to cancel another meeting with the Florida Highway Patrol and instead released a statement on his website. Woods is taking a hard-line stance here in refusing to cooperate with the police. Granted, he is under no legal obligation to answer police questions at this time but this only fuels more speculation as to why Woods has failed to cooperate. Woods has burned up any good will he had cultivated… Continue Reading

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Tiger’s Crash is Now “Tiger-Gate”

by Jeff Skinner There was an exciting finish at The 55th World Cup of Golf in China. The Molinari Brothers (Francesco and Edoardo) became the first brother combination to win the World Cup. They also gave Italy their first World Cup Championship ever. The Italians shot four under to beat both Ireland and Sweden by one stroke. The USA finished tied for seventh at twenty under par. Tiger-Gate: Day 3 In other golf news, actually in the only golf news,… Continue Reading

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Tiger’s Crash Has More Questions Than Answers

by Jeff Skinner And we thought this was going to be a slow weekend for golf news. Thanks to Tiger and a fire hydrant, things have changed a little bit. In case you have been in a cave or still sleeping off the Thanksgiving hangover, Tiger is all over the news. Woods and his accident is not only the number one story in sports, he is also dominating the celebrity gossip headlines. Here are what we know to be accurate… Continue Reading

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Nothing Good Happens at 2:30am, Just Ask Tiger Woods

So on a slow news and sports day here’s the headline that could scare the heck out of some people: “Tiger Woods Injured in Car Crash.” According to various reports Woods hit a tree and a fire hydrant just outside his home about 2:30am this morning. True to the old adage “Nothing good happens after 2 o’clock in the morning” Woods was treated and released from the hospital with facial lacerations and left in good condition. This will certainly start… Continue Reading

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Trevino and Casper: Self Made Champions

by Jeff Skinner There are plenty of great players on the PGA Tour today and the debate continues as to whether the tour is stronger today than it was years ago in the Nicklaus Era. Two of the most underappreciated players of the sixties were Lee Trevino and Billy Casper. Trevino came from a poor background and taught himself the game. He was one of the guys that could take Jack down under pressure. In Trevino’s six major wins Nicklaus… Continue Reading

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Golfers Say “Thanks” at Thanksgiving

If you follow the true spirit of Thanksgiving you have to take a minute to stop and reflect and give thanks for something in your life. In my family we all do it as we are sitting around the table as we feast on that poor turkey. Me, I’m thankful for my pitching wedge (it’s unstoppable), a family that loves me and a pair of sisters that cook a meal that makes Martha Stewart look like hack. Thanks guys! Here… Continue Reading

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A New Tradition: Thanksgiving Golf

by Jeff Skinner This time of year we all look forward to the traditions of the Thanksgiving holiday. A big turkey dinner with all the family, a full day of NFL Football (even if the games stink, it’s still football), pigging out on all those special desserts, sneaking a turkey sandwich about midnight and watching golf all night long. That’s right, watching golf. Since Thanksgiving is an American holiday the rest of the world misses out on a real great… Continue Reading

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English Golf is Back

by Jeff Skinner When Lee Westwood won The Dubai World Championship and hoisted that massive trophy overhead he was doing more than showing that all those days in the gym had paid off. He was flexing the collective golfing muscles of all the English golfers that are playing so well recently. Westwood’s victory and his winning The Race to Dubai (formerly called The Order of Merit) signals the resurgence of English golf. In past years there has been a scarcity… Continue Reading

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