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Tiger Woods clutched his pearls in word form on Derek Jeter's new website in response to some Golf Digest writer's parody 'interview.'
Fans are banned from taking pics at the Ryder Cup this year. So are players. The PGA hates fun.
Some noisy fans drew the ire of Tiger Woods, as the former world's best golfer continues his comeback attempt at the British Open.
According to Sportsbook.com, Rory McIlroy's odds to win have actually improved, while Caroline Wozniacki's are twice as bad now.
After he and Caroline Wozniacki sent out their wedding invitations, Rory McIlroy suddenly decided he didn't want to get married anymore.
After winning his second Masters tournament, Bubba Watson celebrated with his grand tradition of grabbing a bite at the Waffle House.
Golf Digest didn't really need to justify putting Paulina Gretzky on the cover of its new issue.
Golfer Stewart Cink revealed his farmer's tan. The newsworthy part is that it's happening on the upper half of his head. Stewart Cink is Powder, you guys.
Professional golfer John Daly hit a golf ball out of a guy's mouth in a packed parking lot because why wouldn't he?
Perhaps the National Enquirer’s greatest turd that stuck to a wall was the 2009 revelation that the world’s greatest golfer, Tiger Woods, had been cheating on his wife, Elin Nordegren, with a bevy of women including Rachel Uchitel and a Perkins waitress.
Dustin Johnson has been having a decent enough year in the PGA, as the 29-year old is currently ranked No. 16 on the money list with $2.
One of the little nuggets of worthlessness that was dropped around the Major League Baseball trade deadline was that the Los Angeles Dodgers, in a mostly risk-free/high-reward move to bolster the bullpen, signed former San Francisco Giants closer Brian Wilson.
To help promote the PGA European Tour, Rory McIlroy took on a shit-talking "Golf Laboratory Computer Controlled Hitting Machine" to see which one was better at driving balls into freestanding washing machines.
It has been a pretty big week for golfing legend Arnold Palmer, between his Invitational tournament currently taking place at the Bay Hill Club here in my beautiful Mecca of Orlando and the upcoming launch of Tiger Woods PGA Tour 2014, which features the 83-year old icon and some of the greatest golfers of all-time.
Tennis star Serena Williams was hanging out in the gallery at the Honda Classic golf tournament in Palm Beach Gardens over the weekend, and just like everyone else, she really wanted a picture of Tiger Woods.
Two weeks ago, there was a juicy HOTT GOSS rumor floating around that Tiger Woods was offering his ex-wife Elin Nordegren $200 million to remarry him, and he was backing that up with an additional $350 million prenuptial agreement.
There once was a time when someone would send me a story that started off with “According to the National Enquirer…” and it would go into my deleted bin right after I’d send a quick “Come on, bro” response to that bro.
I have a dream that I don’t really share with anyone because it’s stupid and will never happen, but one day I would love to play in a celebrity pro-am golf tournament with Bill Murray.