Monthly Archives: November 2007

Young Jason has his eyes on the Tiger

FacebookTwitterPinterestLinkedinemailOh dear…does someone feel like me that this young man has just dug his own grave? It’s one thing to privately wish for the impossible – it’s another thing to publicly state such a naive dream. Jason Day is a good player – nooo question. I watched him on the Nationwide Tour and I really enjoyed watching him play. He’s ... Read More »

Tiger joins the hunt in Dubai, but at what price?

FacebookTwitterPinterestLinkedinemailWell, I guess we’ll start to see more of this…Tiger’s schedule trickling out over the next while. But I think we’ve learned not to start packing our bags to attend his events as he can decide on a whim not to compete if his “extra-curricular” activities interfere or make him too tired to play.Am I bitter? No…I just sound that ... Read More »

The only drug in golf is golf itself!

FacebookTwitterPinterestLinkedinemailIf you’re a corporate executive of a company, you’ve got to read this…if you’re a women who thinks golf is for men, you’ve got to read this…and if you’re just a Joe-blow golfer, you’ll enjoy it too. In India..golf is finally getting its place in society as a business tool, a women’s avenue to escape the “anti-kitty” crowd and a ... Read More »

The patter of tiny paws… meet Tiger Woods Jnr

FacebookTwitterPinterestLinkedinemailI bet you were expecting cute pics of Sam, right? Does this look like Sam? I sure hope not – haha…but his dad’s still Tiger Woods. How cute is this “golf cub”, eh? I just had to blog it. I wonder if the human Tiger Woods knows about the big, almost extinct kitty, Tiger Woods, named after him. Golfgal The ... Read More »

It wasn’t a Boo Boo that let Scotland win the Omega World Cup

FacebookTwitterPinterestLinkedinemailWhat a great ending to a fabulous tournament! I just love team play in golf, which is why I wish so much that golf was an olympic sport (but that’s another rant…). Boo Weekley and Heath Slocum played wonderful golf and the day was full of great shots and amazing saves, but in the end the mighty Monty and the ... Read More »

Boo in China

FacebookTwitterPinterestLinkedinemailI have been waiting to hear what the Chinese think of Mr. Boo Weekley, but so far, it’s been really quiet on the air about his charms 🙂 Maybe the announcers don’t really know him yet – but I have no doubt they will. Ha ha…he’s such a character. I hear he was up a tree hunting deer when the ... Read More »

Tiger, The Modest

FacebookTwitterPinterestLinkedinemailA 155 foot Yacht … A 16,500 square foot palace in Dubai…and now…a “modest” 10,000 square foot home in Florida…to replace: Modest…yeah…that’s Tiger alright – Mr. Modesty 🙂 What next? How about a Gulfstream B550 jet – only $59.5M – a steal! Am I jealous? Actually, as hard as it is to believe…I’m not. Give me a 1,200 square foot ... Read More »

Why wait for the empty nest – golf now and often!

FacebookTwitterPinterestLinkedinemailI just had to share this article by a frustrated golfer who is waiting for the “empty nest” to truly enjoy his passion – golf. As much as I feel his pain, there is an easy cure to his problem. Get your girls out playing golf with you! Bribe them with putting contests like our friends do. It works and ... Read More »

Ian Poulter trousers $364,250 at Dunlop Phoenix and leaps into top 20

FacebookTwitterPinterestLinkedinemailAlthough I was very happy with watching the European Tour’s Hong Kong Open this weekend and even more excited about the LPGA’s ADT Championship, I was disappointed that we didn’t get to see some of the world’s greats tee it up in Japan. Perhaps The Golf Channel will air it later like they did with Singapore – let’s hope so. ... Read More »

The Karlsson Krash

FacebookTwitterPinterestLinkedinemailI’m sitting here watching Loren Ochoa make yet another birdie to take a 4 stroke lead over the field in the ADT Championship finals (I love this format!) and am still dumbfounded by Robert Karlsson’s crash and burn on the last hole of a tournament that appeared to be his before the day began. I guess I shouldn’t assume Lorena ... Read More »