Twenty-one years after Woods shook the game’s landscape with his first, record-breaking, barrier-shattering victory in the Masters, and nearly five seasons removed from his last PGA Tour victory, his extraordinary comeback from four back surgeries is giving golf a boost many never saw coming.
Cornell University released its report Sunday on incidents that led to the suspension of the men's lacrosse team from fall events. The report reveals what it calls a "presence of a culture within this group of treating new members as less than equals."
I swore off 4:30 a.m. wakeup calls for the British Open two years ago, when Louie Oosthuizen introduced himself to the golfing world -- and me -- by winning at St. Andrews in a runaway. But back then, Tiger Woods was in the midst of what seemed to be a never-ending free fall from the top.
The reverberations from what Tiger Woods did Sunday on the outskirts of Columbus, Ohio are still being felt throughout the golf world, but there¿s an even better comeback story coming to the Olympic Club in San Francisco next week. It's the story of Casey Martin.
I hope each of you had a nice Easter holiday weekend, as the weather was nice enough to get out Saturday and see some of our local student-athletes in action on baseball, softball and lacrosse fields. The weather was also more than accommodating for the Easter egg hunts held Saturday and Sunday. If anything, eggs hidden in trees or bushes might have been blown down to the ground with all the gusty winds we had. That would have made finding them a bit easier in some cases I assume. Hopefully they