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Kicking off Masters Week: A Trip to the...

Kicking off Masters Week, I thought I’d start with a piece that ran in [photopress:masters_logo_208.jpg,full,alignright]the Post a few years back about my first trip to the tournament — in 2004. I was invited by a local travel agent...

Tiger and the F-Bomb

“The next time a photographer shoots a f***ing picture, I’m going to break his f***ing neck.”-Tiger Woods to a group of photographers at Doral on Saturday. I must admit to being a touch perplexed by the interest in Tiger...

Tiger Explains "Break Your F**king...

Interesting video of Tiger Woods explaining his profanity-laced tirade at a photographer on Saturday at Doral. Check it out here. Wonder if he’s willing to send Stevie over to actually break the neck of the next photog with an itchy...

Leadbetter on Wie: "from a world beater...

Superstar swing guru David Leadbetter was in Toronto yesterday, [photopress:leadbetter1.jpg,full,alignright]running a corporate outing for Callaway at a downtown office tower, making stops at a Golf Town and generally pushing his brand. He gave...

Woods' Latest Streak

Since there doesn’t seem to be a link my column in today’s National Post, here is an unedited version I submitted to the paper: Four three putts, a couple of terrible breaks in bunkers, an overzealous photographer, and some strong...

Tiger's Streak at an End?

The man himself is five shots behind former U.S. Open champ Geoff Ogilvy heading into the final round. While we know some like Vijay Singh carded a 63 on Saturday — meaning there are how scores to be had — can Tiger overcome a five...

Can Woods Better Nelson's Streak?

It has been a few years since anyone spoke of Byron Nelson’s streak in relation to Tiger Woods, but the discussion is [photopress:TigerWoods.jpg,full,alignright]heating up again. He’s got five wins on the PGA Tour and seven if you...

It Ain't Easy Being Three

[photopress:els.jpg,full,alignleft]Let me start by saying I’ve always enjoyed watching Ernie Els. Straight out of graduate school, I remember seeing him in what must have been 1998 at the Canadian Open. I remember that he caused quite a...