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Tiger Woods apologized--not like a Jason Giambi apology, but like a real apology--in Florida today, while both condemning his own transgressions (my word) and praising his wife Elin for her grace and poise (his words).
I thought we would make it through an entire day without talking about Brett Favre.
One never would have guessed for the definitive account of the night of Tiger Woods' Caddy crash to come from former NHL coach Pat Burns, but apparently it has.
Vanity Fair had a shirtless Tiger Woods on their February cover, and it's impressively bizarre.
And yet everyone turns a blind eye to pole smoking in that city.
White guys are still 0-for-14 when Tiger Woods leads a major golf tournament on Sunday, but a 37-year-old from the far East finally did the deed.
Tiger Woods is already leading the PGA Championship after shooting a five-under-par 67 today, and that's good enough for me.
If you put Kobe Bryant, Bengals owner Mike Brown, Andy Roddick and Brett Favre in the same room, my animosity toward that room might approach the hate that I have for PGA Bastard-At-Arms Vijay Singh.
Ireland's own Padraig Harrington survived a double bogey on the 18th hole today, and then bested Sergio Garcia in a 4-hole playoff to win the British Open in Scotland.
Greg Norman's divorce proceedings have turned nasty:Greg’s lawyer, Martin Haynes, said his client has a “special equity” in the marriage because of his fame, and therefore deserves a bigger slice of the couple’s $500 million fortune.