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Fashion starting to define golfers

Just as fairness and accountability are large cornerstones for the game of golf, so is fashion. If you don't believe me, just ask Rickie Fowler.

Reflections on Tiger Woods

The early months of 2012 provide golf fans with an opportunity to reflect upon the legacy of our sport’s most prolific and iconic athlete, Tiger Woods. After his dramatic victory at the Chevron World Challenge in early December, expectations of him are high for 2012. However, before we look forward to 2012 and beyond, let’s take a look back at the history of Woods with a new lens.

Does golf need Tiger?

Since emerging as a superstar over 15 years ago, Tiger Woods has been the catalyst for the PGA Tour. However, the question today is, would golf benefit from a Tiger comeback?

Golf's biggest breakup

Tiger continues to dump people, while his former caddy, Steve Williams keeps trucking along with another young superstar. And somehow, Bill Clinton's famous line just won't go away.

Oosthuizen shocks the world

The Open, which celebrated its 150th year, fell to a little known outsider from South Africa as Louis Oosthuizen won golf's most famous tournament at St Andrews.

Tiger Woods humbled

Professional golfer Tiger Woods' massive impact – not t just on golf, but on sports overall – truly was evident as millions paused to tune in as he read a carefully scripted apology for nearly 14 minutes Friday, February 19, 2010, from the TPC Sawgrass clubhouse in Florida. There are cultural and commercial implications that affect golf and professional sports overall regarding Woods'apology.

Tiger Woods - What's all this fuss about?

In the news, magazines and papers, the internet and television, we've all been Tigered to death recently. So, really... what's all the fuss about?

Tiger's Black Friday

Tiger Woods recent accident on Black Friday is leaving plenty of questions unanswered. Who knows, maybe he was trying to get a head start and get in line at a nearby store for the big day of shopping ahead.

Thank you Golf for ruining my Saturday

There is nothing worse than wanting to watch your favorite football team and being sabotaged by golf on TV.

View From The Gallery (#36)

When John Ellis dominated the 2008 Canadian Tour season and captured the Order of Merit to go along with his three titles, it seemed a foregone conclusion that he would advance to the Nationwide, or perhaps the PGA TOUR, for 2009. However, Ellis has to wait another year to achieve his dream.
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