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Jordan Spieth a Grand Winner, Dustin Johnson a Tragic Loser

Posted on 22 Jun, 2015, by in Other Sport

While matching or breaking some age-related records, Jordan Spieth won the 2015 US Open to make it his second Major title of the year, leaving him the opportunity to possibly even complete the Golf Grand Slam in one year, although all that wouldn’t have been possible without Dustin Johnson providing an epic collapse on the final hole. More

Rory McIlroy

PGA Championship – Rory McIlory Proves He’s Special Once Again

Posted on 11 Aug, 2014, by in Other Sport

The popular thing at the moment is trying to figure out just how great Rory McIlory can be by comparing him to the legends of golf, but simply focusing on the fact that he’s the best golfer in the world, winning the 2014 PGA Championship to make it two titles in that tournament and four majors over the last four years is enough to distinguish himself from the rest of the field. More

Tiger Woods

Tiger Woods Won’t Let Injury Stop Him From Playing in the PGA Championship

Posted on 7 Aug, 2014, by in Other Sport

It’s been one year since Tiger Woods last won a title, and it’s been much longer since he has seen success in a Major Tournament and specifically the PGA Championship. That drive to prove he’s still good enough to last four days against the best competition seems to be pushing him beyond the injury that cast a doubt over his participation in the final major of the year. More

Martin Kaymer

Martin Kaymer – US Open Champion, Not a One Hit Wonder

Posted on 16 Jun, 2014, by in Other Sport

It’s been quite some time since Martin Kaymer stood proud, knowing he has won a tournament. That moment came for him in the 2014 US Open, winning his second major and first in four years and finishing off a dominant weekend at Pinehurst No. 2, coming in first way ahead of Rickie Fowler and Erik Compton. More

Rory McIlroy

10 Highest Paid Golfers in the World

Posted on 15 Apr, 2013, by in Featured

Guys like Adam Scott, Luke Donald and Rory McIlroy might be the future of the sport, but when it comes to money made from sponsors, no once comes close to Tiger Woods. Not in Golf, and not in any other sport. More

origin of sport

How Old are the Most Popular Sports

Posted on 22 Jan, 2013, by in Other Sport

The Olympics, in some sort of ancient version, were here way before Jesus walked on water. While association football (soccer) doesn’t have an official source, versions of the game have been around for hundreds of years. The NFL, NBA and MLB might be relatively young, but the sports these leagues are based on have been around for quite some time. More

Charl Schwartzel Missing Three Consecutive 2 Feet Putts

Posted on 3 Sep, 2012, by in Miscellaneous

Instead of challenging for the title and big check at the Deutsche Bank Championship, Charl Schwartzel plummeted to 45th place after a terrible round of 18, which included missing three putts from less than two feet away, resulting in his fifth double bogey of the day. More

Tiger Woods in 2012 – The year of the Comeback

Posted on 2 Jul, 2012, by in Miscellaneous

The only player to win three PGA tour events in 2012? Tiger Woods. Despite of disappointing many with his majors performances, Tiger Woods is once again one of the best players in the world, winning his 74th PGA Tour tournament (tying Jack Nicklaus), the AT&T National at the Congressional Country Club. More

John Peterson With a Hole-In-One at the US Open

Posted on 17 Jun, 2012, by in Miscellaneous

Tiger Woods falling behind in the 2012 US Open after sharing the lead is the big story this weekend from San Francisco, but some of the spotlight did go to John Peterson who made a hole-in-one on the 13th hole. More

Tiger Woods Still Not a Favorite For the US Open

Posted on 4 Jun, 2012, by in Miscellaneous

This is better than when Tiger Woods was headed into the Masters. One tournament win doesn’t mean a lot but a bit of a confidence booster and a streak ending win after nearly three years. Winning a second tournament in a season with no one really standing out is a whole different thing. More