April 8, 2010

Tiger’s return to golf

by Dan Bilicki In: Golf

Tiger’s prowling.
It happens today. The greatest golfer in the world will try to make one of the biggest comebacks in the history of sports. He’s starting his return at the biggest event of the season. Yes, Tiger Woods will finally tee off again at the Masters after his self-imposed exile from golf.
After a news conference [...]

March 17, 2010

Tiger to take to the course

by Dan Bilicki In: Golf

I couldn’t think of a better tournament to host Tiger Woods’ comeback to golf than The Masters.
Think about how affected a smaller tournament would have been by being Tiger’s return from exile. Think about how many extra press passes and tickets would be sold. It would become an absolute zoo and it would turn from [...]

December 2, 2009

The Tiger saga

by Dan Bilicki In: Golf

If you haven’t heard all of the details of Tiger Woods’ one-car accident, well, you probably have been living in a cave for the past week. I won’t recap what happened to the best golfer in world because there’s nothing new to be told about the accident, except that he’s now getting a fine of [...]

August 17, 2009

Record-breaking Sunday

by Dan Bilicki In: Golf

It’s always a luxury when two huge events break in the sports world. Too often in the summer I’m stuck writing about silly MLB trade rumours that will never happen. But yesterday was a case of the former. With Usain Bolt destroying the 100 metre sprint world record and Tiger falling apart at the PGA [...]

July 20, 2009

That Cink-ing feeling

by Dan Bilicki In: Golf

The story of the weekend was, no doubt, the incredible run by Tom Watson at the British Open. It’s just too bad that the 59-year-old couldn’t hold it together down the stretch and lost in a four-hole playoff to Stewart Cink.
Everybody is now characterizing Cink as a modern-day grinch for coming from behind to steal [...]

July 6, 2009

Master of Champions

by Dan Bilicki In: Golf

MLB all-star rosters may have been announced yesterday, but the real news was over in England. Roger Federer won his record 15th Grand Slam championship by defeating Andy Roddick in the longest fifth set ever played at Wimbledon.
It’s the second year in a row that the final has been an absolutely stunning match. After last [...]

April 13, 2009

Is The Masters losing its gusto?

by Dan Bilicki In: Golf

I have to preface this with the fact that I’m not – in any way, shape or form – a golf fan. The extent of how much I play golf is the occasion mini-putt whooping of colleagues or hammering some drives down at the range on a hot summer day. When it comes to watching the [...]

July 18, 2008

Second half antics

by Dan Bilicki In: Baseball, Golf

Well, since Phil Mickelson’s awful performance, the Shark’s surprising play and the poor conditions at Royal Birkdale won’t actually interest me until, well, Sunday’s final round, how about some bold predictions about baseball’s “second half?”
Oh come on, like you could say no to me.
Despite what people are thinking and managers are saying, the Rays cannot [...]

July 17, 2008

The most boringest day in sports

by Dan Bilicki In: Baseball, Basketball, Golf, Ice Hockey

So what do you write about on the day that there is no professional sports being played? One of the two days a year that is true — except the other one (Monday) had the Home Run Derby so you have a subject right there. Well there are a few things that can be talked [...]

June 20, 2008

One tough Tiger

by Dan Bilicki In: Golf

So after writing a post about just how amazing Tiger Woods is and how he is the best golfer ever (or at least will be), he comes out and announces that he’s going to be going under the knife and have surgery to repair his knee… again. Sure, it was obvious from his limps and [...]

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