Monthly Archives: April 2008

Golf really is a gentleman’s game

FacebookTwitterPinterestLinkedinemailYesterday I congratulated Trevor Immelman whole heartedly on his Masters win. What a wonderful display of talent and dedication! I was almost afraid he’d lost it on 16 at the end, but he proved that he is not a quitter and bounced back to finish at 8 under par – 3 shots ahead of 2nd placed, Tiger Woods. But the ... Read More »

Congratulations Golf For Women on being a Webby Official Honoree!

FacebookTwitterPinterestLinkedinemailA big congratulations goes out today to the Golf For Women team. GFW has been selected as an Official Honoree for the Lifestyle category in The 12th Annual Webby Awards. Don’t know what the Webby Awards are? Well, this really says it all… “Hailed as the “Oscars of the Internet” by the New York Times, The Webby Awards is the ... Read More »

The Clash of Captains

FacebookTwitterPinterestLinkedinemail I am sure you enjoyed the SHO this weekend like I did, watching Johnson Wagner, better known for having two last names than for his golf, won his first PGA tournament and captured a spot in the Masters. It’s great to see a win be so much more than just a trophy and a huge check. Wagner’s post round ... Read More »

Mighty Monty miffed at Masters

FacebookTwitterPinterestLinkedinemailColin Montgomerie is one of those golfers that you love to pick on because he leaves himself wide open so much of the time. Today is no exception. He’s back in fine form with his lastest trantrum over what he considers unfair practices by the tournament poobahs at the Masters. Monty’s quest for the coveted green jacket was dashed again ... Read More »

The Hank Haney/Tiger Woods story…It is better to make a king…

FacebookTwitterPinterestLinkedinemail …than to be one. Below is a good article about Hank Haney and Tiger Woods. I really do recommend you read it. It made me like Haney a whole lot more… Now…I have nothing against Butch Harmon, but he’s so “out there” and there is a lot of media around him and Phil and it’s almost a bit tabloid-ish ... Read More »