Boo Weekley’s putting is downright scary

Boo Weekley’s putting is downright scary

By Alex Myers Boo Weekley is probably best known for wearing camouflage on the course and doing the “Bull Dance” from the movie “Happy Gilmore” during the U.S.’s upset win at the 2008 Ryder Cup. But unfortunately for the colorful golfer, his claim to fame this season isn’t anything to smile about. It only seems fitting to mention Boo on [...]

by · October 31, 2012 · 0 comments · Profiles
David Feherty and Tiger Woods

Season Two of Feherty Promises Big Laughs, More Emotional Moments

Jim Neveau, TGW Columnist In the world of professional golf announcing, the terms “calm” and “collected” are very often associated with those men and women on the call. Whether it be a play-by-play guy like Jim Nantz, or an on-course reporter like Roger Maltbie, the folks on the microphone tend to talk about golf in platitudes and technical talk, and [...]

by · February 27, 2012 · 1 comment · Profiles, Top Story
Why Hate Tiger?

Why Hate Tiger?

By Dave Van Meter It’s a very fine line between love and hate when it comes to sports heroes, and it doesn’t always make sense.  For example I don’t like  Chad Johnson but I like Deon Sanders.  I always liked Reggie Miller but I despised John Starks.  I really like Johnny Damon but I could not stand B.J. Upton.  As [...]

by · February 18, 2012 · 3 comments · Profiles, Top Story
Joe Skipper / Reuters

Tiger Woods listed #2 in Forbes Survey of Most Disliked Athletes in American Sports

I think it’s worth noting that we have no idea of the specifics of THIS SURVEY, other than the fact that Forbes put it together. And it might also be worth noting that a lot of those that were surveyed probably don’t even follow professional golf. That said, I think it’s fairly indicative given the image that Tiger Woods has [...]

by · February 8, 2012 · 1 comment · PGA Tour, Profiles