June 17, 2008

Tiger Woods is damn good

by Dan Bilicki In: Golf

I wasn’t surprised that Tiger Woods won the U.S. Open. I was surprised that he had to go to a playoff to do it. Furthermore, I was shocked that he had to go to sudden death since he didn’t beat Rocco Mediate (ranked 158th in the world) within the 18 playoff holes. Sure, Tiger was [...]

May 14, 2008

A shocking retirement

by Dan Bilicki In: Golf

Not many people may realize this, but women are different from men; especially in the sporting world. This is why I wasn’t surprised in the slightest to hear that one of the best women golfers – perhaps ever – is retiring from the LPGA at the end of this season and at a relatively young [...]

April 16, 2008

Sports debate: TV vs. Live

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

Having recently attended a major league baseball game, a thought came to mind: Is baseball the only sport where it might be beneficial to stay at home rather than go out to the ballpark? Out of the big North American leagues , it probably i,s which is a sad statement for a great sport.
Let’s break [...]

June 18, 2007

Tiger doesn’t win

by Dan Bilicki In: Golf

For the fourth U.S. Open in a row, some on from south of the equator took home the top prize; this year, it was Angel Cabrera of Argentina. Cabrera captured the title by firing off a fourth-round 69, which was good enough to hold off Tiger Woods and Jim Furyk by a stroke. Woods had [...]

April 9, 2007

The Masters round up

by Dan Bilicki In: Golf

The stat that Tiger Woods has never won the Masters after entering the final round trailing rang true on Sunday and because of it, the relatively unknown kid, Zach Johnson has a new green jacket in his wardrobe. Johnson shot a -3 on the day to finish with +1; Tiger ended his day with even [...]

March 2, 2007

Yes, you can get injured playing golf

by Dan Bilicki In: Golf

Yesterday at the Honda Classic, everybody’s favourite recovering alcoholic golfer, John Daly, was injured after a camera went off during his swing. Daly apparently pulled a muscle in his ribs as well as his shoulder when he was distracted by the click of a camera. He had to withdraw from the tournament and the extent [...]

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