Monday, 14 January 2013 20:45
On the heels of Nike Golf’s major announcement today that Rory McIlroy has joined its athlete roster, Nike Golf is also unveiling a new TV spot that features global sports icon Tiger Woods, along with McIlroy. The 60-second spot, produced by Wieden + Kennedy, is set to air January 16th on ESPN and The Golf Channel. The “No Cup is Safe” piece showcases the athletic competitiveness, remarkable talents, and playful attitudes of the two best golfers in the world. McIlroy and Woods are captured on the driving range lightheartedly taking turns to one-up each other by making amazing shots into a variety of different cups. While the ad displays their playful manner, it also conveys the competitiveness between two of the best golfers in the world. Enjoy.
Saturday, 03 November 2012 11:10
LeBron James is a very rich man. Thanks to the endorsement deals he has with everyone from Nike to Samsung, LBJ is paid in a major way. But, did you know that he's so rich that even Warren Buffet is jealous of what he's got going for him right now? In a piece published in the The Miami Herald, writer Elaine Walker takes a closer look at the big business surrounding Bron-Bron and talks to a number of different people who, quite frankly, sound stunned by how much King James has accomplished at the age of 27. Check out the piece here. But, beware, Bron haters: This story is obviously not for you. [Read More]
Saturday, 21 July 2012 00:39
Tiger Woods is officially back folks. Maybe not back as in "winning majors" back but when he's making shots as difficult as Jordan's fadeaway, he's at least to the point of "we can all watch golf again" back. In the British Open today, Woods hit the amazing bunker shot shown above after shanking a routine approach. With two more days to play in the tourney, Tiger's in third place, four shots back of the leader. Enjoy.
Monday, 02 July 2012 16:00
No, not for the most career victories in major championships, but for second in career PGA Tour wins. Tiger Woods won for the 74th time as he held off Bo Van Pelt on the back nine of the Blue Course at scorching Congressional Country Club to win the AT&T National on Sunday. Woods trails Sam Snead, who had 82 wins. Woods, despite the win, remained No. 4 in the world golf rankings behind No. 1 Luke Donald, No. 2 Rory McIlroy and No. 3 Lee Westwood. But Van Pelt, after playing the final 36 holes with Woods, said he knows who No. 1 is.
Tuesday, 19 June 2012 15:30
Floyd Mayweather Jr. has ended Tiger Woods' long run as the world's highest-earning athlete by taking the title himself. The boxing champ, who is currently incarcerated, has ended Tiger's incredible ten-year reign as the highest-paid athlete in a new Forbes rich list. Floyd's victorious fights with Victor Ortiz and Miguel Cotto, the latter of whom he fought in May, have earned him a staggering $85 million. [Read More]
Monday, 26 March 2012 02:47
As Tiger Woods walked down the 18th fairway at Bay Hill Country Club, everybody from grown men to little girls let out shrieks of praise as they witnessed a golf icon end the longest winless streak of his career. When Woods walked up to his ball, he let out a brief smile, knowing he was about to taste sweet relief, an unloading of pressure that has built on him over the past couple years. [Read More]
Monday, 12 March 2012 04:32
Only a week after Tiger Woods tore the course up with a final-round 62 and sent anxious fans into a flurry of "Tiger back!" claims, his high was kicked back into the sand trap when he was forced to leave the WGC-Cadillac Championship with a leg injury. His cart-assisted exit came on the 12th hole after spanking a 321-yard drive. [Read More]
Thursday, 05 January 2012 21:16
Elin Nordegren bought a beautiful 9,000 square foot, $12 million Florida mansion -- just so she could knock it down.
Tiger Woods' ex-wife/nanny (you remember why) bought the North Palm Beach home in March 2011 after she reached a reported $100 million divorce settlement with her straying husband. [Read More]
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Monday, 05 December 2011 14:10
After two long, long years, Tiger Woods is finally back. Woods went birdie-birdie on 17 and 18 to beat Zach Johnson by one stroke at the Chevron World Challenge.
Woods finished at -10. Woods trailed Johnson by a stroke entering 17, and birdied after Johnson’s putt lipped out. Woods responded with a birdie on the final role, and let out his trademark fist pump and roar. [Read More]
Monday, 10 October 2011 17:50
And you thought you had a crazy weekend! At the Frys.com Open on Sunday (yes, that's the name of a real golf tournament) a 31-year-old golf fan from Santa Rosa, California was arrested after he ducked under the gallery ropes on the seventh green, yelled at Tiger Woods, and then proceeded to—WTH?—throw a hot dog at him. After the event, Woods himself commented on it. [Read More]
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