The Open

Tiger Returns to Bridgestone and Brings Interest in USA Golf With Him

Tiger Returns to Bridgestone and Brings Interest in USA Golf With Him

Tiger Woods is returning this week to the World Golf Championship-Bridgestone Invitational in Akron, Ohio. Thank goodness he is back. Golf needs Tiger Woods back in the limelight. Does anyone know Scott Stallings? Be honest. Well he won The Greenbrier Classic this past weekend in White Sulfur Springs, WV. To start the PGA Tour season, Stallings was the 562th ranked [...]

Donald&Westwood In Search of 1st Major at British Open

Donald&Westwood In Search of 1st Major at British Open

Royal St. George’s will pose daunting challenges to all who attempt to win the Claret Jug this weekend. The most cherished trophy in the world of golf is not put in someone’s hands unless truly earned through trials and tribulations. This is links golf. There is eye watering wind to deal with and blind shots where the only thing a [...]

Rory McIlroy compared to Tiger Woods

Rory McIlroy compared to Tiger Woods

There is no doubt that Rory McIlroy had an unforgettable performance at Congressional Country Club to capture the 2011 U.S. Open. This is even more impressive after the severe melt down that McIlroy endured in the Masters weeks prior. With his 1st major only 9 holes away, McIlroy’s triple bogey at the 10th hole, bogey at the 11th and double [...]

Phil Mickelson/Lee Westwood; U.S. Open, Wide Open

Phil Mickelson/Lee Westwood; U.S. Open, Wide Open

Tiger Woods would undoubtedly dominate the headlines entering into the U.S. Open this week at Congressional Country Club. There are the off-the-course scandals, the knee and whispers of performance enhancing drugs. This is due to there being no standout favorite going into this week. In majors leading up to this point, starting with Phil Mickelson’s Masters victory in 2010, there [...]