Ernie Els shows some backbone in deciding to play Match Play in Tucson, face Tiger demons

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Ernie Els planned to skip the World Golf Championships - Accenture Match Play Championship (these tournament titles just roll off your tongue now, huh?) in Tucson next week. Els would have been the only player in the top 64 who missed the tournament by c… more »

A way to get around new TPC Scottsdale Champions Course's only seven-day advance tee time policy

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New golf courses actually within the city limits of Scottsdale are as rare as Roger Clemens admitting he's wrong. There already seems to be a golf course on every other corner and there's simply no longer much room to build. So the best new courses in… more »

At age 52, Greg Norman doesn't embarrass himself at Pebble Beach like John Daly does nearly every week now

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A few days shy of his 53rd birthday, Greg Norman is competing in his first PGA Tournament in almost two years so he can play with his son at Pebble Beach. You seemingly couldn't write a surer recipe for embarrassment. Only, it isn't. Norman shot a… more »

After Dubai, it's clear Tiger Woods set on winning every tournament he plays in 2008: Wolfrum's the new Kreskin

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If you didn't pay close attention to Tiger Woods' ruthless blitz of a comeback in the final round of the Dubai Classic - five birdies in his last seven holes to leave Ernie Els a quivering wet mess - you missed the bell tolling on anyone else's chances i… more »

New England Patriots' hilarious, historic Super Bowl loss a karmic blow against cheating - a la Wie & Bonds

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Watching Bill Belichick slink off the field with two seconds still left on the clock, failing at even his lame attempt at sportsmanship (he congratulated Giants coach Tom Coughlin, but couldn't stick around for one final snap? - even Randy Moss stuck aro… more »

Asking the cheat Bill Belichick if he golfed in Scottsdale Super Bowl week a classic

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Forget about the babe in the stripper's wedding dress bantering with Tom Brady. The most absurdly appropriate question of Super Bowl week had to be the reporter who asked Patriots coach Bill Belichick in all seriousness whether the Patriots coach had bee… more »

The great Phoenix-Scottsdale Super Bowl myth: Locals will rent their houses & condos out for big bucks

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One of the great myths of this Phoenix-Scottsdale Super Bowl - and probably every Super Bowl - is the buzz about locals being able to rent out their homes or golf condos for major cash during the week. You couldn't pick up the Arizona Republic in the… more »

PGA Learning Center in Port St. Lucie the only fun practice center anywhere: As Johan Santana will find out

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Golf Range Magazine - not to be confused with Soccer Practice Fields International - just named the PGA Learning Center one of the Top 100 golf ranges in America. Sorry, Golf Range, but the list both starts and ends with the PGA Learning Center. It… more »

A helping hand in the Bahamas shows side of islands not as grating as Patriots' overblown greatest-ever farce claim

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I don't know if the Bahamas should be encouraged that it has a few defenders or if it should be discouraged that it has so many less defenders than the New England Patriots - in response to WorldGolf.com's Willie K. Wolfrum writing a largely admittedly f… more »

Greg Norman does the right thing by keeping slave ruins at new Blue Skark Golf Club in the Bahamas

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Spend any time in the Bahamas and you'll quickly come to the conclusion that the only thing holy here is the U.S. dollar. Though, if you think about it, it's refreshing that at least one country still worships our falling currency. Still, this is a la… more »

Sean Connery - the "real" James Bond - finally turns into a wimp over Bahamas golf

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I always thought Sean Connery was a tough guy, the rare soul who managed to stay cool as his hair turned gray. I thought Connery stood out as several generations' version of a man's man, the gruff confident character you didn't want to mess with.Now,… more »

Self adjustable golf clubs at PGA Show are annoying from any distance

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I'm not even at the PGA Show in Orlando like WorldGolf.com's version of Jack Lemmon (out cold by 8 p.m. every night, Tim McDonald) and Walter Matthau (can't find anything better to do at 9:45 p.m. on Friday night in a party town than stare wistfully at h… more »

Lynch laugh aside, Nick Faldo shows at Bob Hope why he's now golf's most entertaining color commentator

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Nick Faldo probably wishes he could have back that laugh he let out at Kelly Tilghman's inexplicable - and still pretty much unexplained by her - lynch Tiger Woods line. And if he doesn't, he should. For most TV talking heads, you could brush it off as s… more »

Bob Hope a bad PGA tournament on great Palm Springs area courses like Classic Club & SilverRock

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The Bob Hope Chyrsler Classic - the first PGA event of the season in the continental U.S. - has turned into a bad tournament pretty quickly. Only a few years ago, you could find both Phil Mickelson and Justin Timberlake out in the California desert. T… more »

Can't blame Cabo or Jessica Simpson for Cowboys QB Tony Romo being ultimate choker: Think again America's most pathetic fans

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Cabo - one of the great luxury golf destinations on the planet - has been taking a lot of flak lately. All because Dallas Cowboys quarterback/starlet boytoy Tony Romo spent an excused break there with Jessica Simpson before choking away another playoff g… more »

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