Ian Poulter – a raw meal deal

FacebookTwitterPinterestLinkedinemail It’s a rare occasion when I read an article and say to you…”READ ALL OF THIS”. But today, that’s what I’m going to. So after you read this post…read the article below. For those of you who know me, you know I love spunk, talent, style and perseverance (not necessarily in that order). And no one epitomizes that more ... Read More »

Ernie Els and I had something in common on Sunday

FacebookTwitterPinterestLinkedinemailGoosebumps! For those who have read my blog before, you probably already know that Ernie Els is my favorite golfer. Sure, Tiger is the greatest golfer in the world, but when you look at the whole package…no one can beat the Big Easy. Even Johnny Miller said of Ernie on Saturday during the broadcast, “…Not a finer guy out here ... Read More »

Snip Snip – Will we see a double cut policy soon in the PGA?

FacebookTwitterPinterestLinkedinemailI was watching The Golf Channel tonight and saw that 16 members of the Player’s Advisory Committee met with PGA commissioner, Tim Finchem, this week to talk about possible revisions to the latest (and hatest – I know that’s not a word, but it rhymes :)) cut policy – a policy that created yet another acronym in golf- MDF: “Made ... Read More »

A winner with a 36 handicap!

FacebookTwitterPinterestLinkedinemailA few weeks ago I was watching the Golf Channel and Mark Rolfing was talking about D.J. Gregory – an amazing man who is determined to overcome enormous physical challenges towalk every hole of every PGA tournament this year. Think about it – that’s 72 holes per week for 37 weeks! That’s about 750 miles! So…you might say – what’s ... Read More »

Walking with Tiger at the Buick Invitational

FacebookTwitterPinterestLinkedinemailWell, I guess I’m now an official PGA junkie. Yesterday, for the first time, I attended a PGA tournament (Buick Invitational) and it was not what I expected at all. Not to say it was bad – on the contrary, it was better than I hoped. I was a bit worried when I showed up at Torrey Pines to discover ... Read More »

Pump it up Tiger!

FacebookTwitterPinterestLinkedinemailNow how cute is this! I love pictures which are not too staged. Tiger’s genuine smile at his daughter is so warm and loving. Hard to believe this is the same ruthless man that shows no mercy on the golf course. In fact, he showed no mercy at 11 years old to his dad when Tiger beat him for the ... Read More »

Lorena beats Tiger

FacebookTwitterPinterestLinkedinemailSo, did you read this month’s Golf Digest yet? It’s a battle in our house to see who gets it first – I usually lose (my golfguy grabs it while I’m blogging :)). Anyway, I finally got my hands on it and read Johnny Miller Picks for the Class of 08. For those of you who didn’t get to read ... Read More »

LPGA poised to be more exciting than PGA in 2008

FacebookTwitterPinterestLinkedinemail Hey all you lovers of the LPGA golfgals! I am so excited because I was invited to be a guest blogger on Golf for Women’s Editor’s Blog, sharing my thoughts on this year’s LPGA. As addicted as I am to both men and women’s golf, I really believe the LPGA is going to be more exciting than the PGA ... Read More »

School’s Out & Golf’s In as Alice Cooper goes from Stage to Green

FacebookTwitterPinterestLinkedinemailWith the Bob Hope Chrysler Classic just around the corner, I just had to write a posting about one of the legends of rock playing at Silver Rock – Monster Rocker: Alice Cooper. Turning 60 this year (wow, that is so cool!), Alice Cooper was part of my generation and we either loved him or we hated him. Those of ... Read More »