Archive for the ‘Sergio Garcia’ Category

Oh, Serge: Garcia Cards An Octuple-Bogey

Monday, March 12th, 2012

Remember back in 1999, when we thought Sergio Garcia would rise as the rival to Tiger Woods after their duel at Medinah in the PGA Championship? Never really materialized. Tiger and Sergio were linked together again on Sunday, but not for a good reason. Woods withdrew from the Cadillac Championship after ...

Who Can Weather Brutal Conditions at the British Open?

Wednesday, July 13th, 2011

With the British Open set to begin Thursday at Royal St. George's in the wonderfully named Sandwich, England, it's time to acknowledge that what we're about to watch is going to be painfully entertaining. You know how it is when scores soar at the U.S. Open (that didn't happen last year, ...

More Anthony Kim, Kentucky Loves Its Homeboys and Go America!

Monday, September 22nd, 2008

We watched every last minute of the final day of the Ryder Cup at Valhalla Golf Club on Sunday. Who needs to get bogged down with the NFL when the real game didn't start until at night anyway? Let us just say this: There are very few things in sports more ...

Ryder Cup 2008: The Americans Actually Stand a Chance

Friday, September 19th, 2008

Well, the Ryder Cup began this morning bright and early at 8 a.m. at Valhalla Golf Club in Louisville. The big news is we were actually awake to see the first groups go off. Amazing, really. Here is your update as the morning session ends and afternoon session begins with the ...

Ryder Cup 2008: Azinger Sets Up Valhalla to Help Americans

Tuesday, September 9th, 2008

We'll bet you haven't been thinking about golf much since Tiger Woods won the U.S. Open on one leg, have you? Well, we are one week away from the beginning of Ryder Cup practice. And we love us some Ryder Cup, so it's time to start priming everybody up for ...

Sergio Garcia: Proving Nothing Yet Again

Monday, May 12th, 2008

As I read the Associated Press wrap of Sergio Garcia's win at The Players Championship it felt like I was taking in some post-major prose. In a sense, I felt just like Sergio did after he won. For instance:"It feels like a major, and it tests you like a major," ...