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Hurricane Irene Is A Spoiled Sport

Hurricane Irene is turning millions of people's lives upside down this weekend, and she has obliterated the sports schedule. Read More »

Tiger Woods Fires Longtime Caddie

Perhaps Woods is just looking to start anew in his career and his personal life. Read More »

Book Review: Moment of Glory: The Year Underdogs Ruled Golf by John Feinstein

Feinstein create drama in the telling as he chronicles the four major tournaments of 2003 and the underdogs who struggled in them. Read More »

2010 Aussie PGA Champ Peter Senior Proves to Be a Force of Nature

"Age Means Nothing" - Senior. When it comes to winning Australian PGA tournaments, Peter Senior proves age is indeed not a factor. Read More »

Rafael Nadal: A Great Tennis Player and a Very Good Sport

Long ago I had a baseball coach who said, "It easy to be a good sport, a good loser; the hardest thing to be is a good winner." Read More »

Do Apologies Matter?

With the 24 hour news cycle, do apologies fall on deaf ears? Read More »

Blu-ray Review: The Greatest Game Ever Played

A wonderful and exciting look at a moment in the history of golf. Read More »