Found November 05, 2013 on Larry Brown Sports:
Very few people think of Tiger Woods as a “goofy” guy. There’s a reason Tiger looked hilariously awkward last month when he and Matt Kuchar busted out the “Fresh Prince of Bel-Air” handshake at The President’s Cup. That rare moment of light-heartedness likely didn’t surprise Lindsey Vonn. Vonn discussed her relationship with Woods on Katie […]

Lindsey Vonn upset Tiger won't be at Olympics for her?

It doesn’t look like Tiger Woods, the No. 1 golfer in the world, will be by girlfriend Lindsey Vonn’s side when she represents the United States in the Winter Olympics in a few months — and that’s causing a war of egos, according to the National Enquirer.  

Tiger Woods hits shot in Turkey off bridge joining continents

Tiger Woods currently is Istanbul, Turkey to compete in this week’s Turkish Airways Open, and as perhaps part of the substantial sum of money he is being paid to show up — a reported £1.5m, which is, like a lot of money I’m guessing — he is participating in some promotional appearances and whatnot to […]The post Tiger Woods hits shot in Turkey off bridge that joins Europe...

Tiger, Vonn 'at odds' over golfer's unwillingness to travel to Olympics?

Lindsey Vonn has been extremely visible at most of the golf tournaments Tiger Woods has played in over the past year or so. Now that it is her turn to compete in the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi, Russia, one would assume Tiger will return the favor and be there to support his better half. […]

Lindsey Vonn refers to Tiger Woods as ‘goofy, dorky-goofy’ (video)

It seems like every time Lindsey Vonn discusses boyfriend Tiger Woods, she allows an even larger peek behind the curtain, revealing more and more information about the superstar who was once one of the most notoriously private professional athletes in the world. Well, that is until the news about his unchecked philandering started getting out. […]The post Lindsey Vonn refers to...

Tiger Woods hits golf ball from Europe to Asia on the Bosphorus Bridge

Tiger Woods is currently overseas doing appearances to make some money and this most recent appearance/stunt had him hitting a golf ball from Europe to Asia on the Bosphorus Bridge in Istanbul.  Good thing he was driving the ball accurately, otherwise he could have caused an accident on the other side.  Something tells me Tiger would have still collected his appearance fee even...

Tiger Woods Hits Ball Across Continents

ORTAKOY, TURKEY - Yes, you read that header correctly. Tiger Wood’s golf skills are so magnificent he can hit a ball between continents. Well, granted the continents are close and it was along a bridge but that’s besides the point. Accomplishing something no other golfer can say they have, Woods hit a golf ball 1,500 meters over the gravity-anchored suspension bridge from...

Vonn back at it with downhill training

Lindsey Vonn says her surgically repaired right knee felt ''really good'' after her first day of downhill training. Vonn took five runs Wednesday along the two-mile track at the U.S. Ski Team's speed center. She said she mostly cruised along the course just to get used to going that fast again. The four-time overall World Cup champion is still planning to make...

Tiger's tee shot bridges continents

His heritage bridges continents. Now his game has, too. Tiger Woods hit balls from Europe into Asia on Tuesday when half of the six-lane Bosphorus Bridge was closed for the world's top-ranked golfer. In a publicity stunt for this week's Turkish Open, Woods stood on a makeshift tee and launched drives along the world's fourth-longest suspension bridge, which spans 5...

Tiger shoots 68, in the mix in Turkey

Victor Dubuisson of France opened up a five-shot lead after the third round at the Turkish Airlines Open on Saturday, while Tiger Woods kept himself in the mix despite three bogeys on the back nine. Dubuisson opened with four straight birdies and added five more in a bogey-free 9-under 63. He moved to 21-under 195 to distance himself from the field. Ian Poulter was alone in second...

Tiger Woods Just Hit A Golf Ball from Europe to Asia (VIDEO)

Tiger Woods was positioned on a platform on the Bosphorus Bridge in Istanbul on Tuesday and hit a drive from Europe to Asia. Why? We're guessing...

Start in Turkey delayed by thunder storm, flooding

The start of the Turkish Airlines Open was delayed by three hours because of flooding caused by a thunder storm - meaning Tiger Woods may have to complete his round on Friday. Thursday's first round started at 12:05 p.m. local time (5:05 a.m. EDT) after several of the greens were flooded on the Colin Montgomerie-designed Maxx Royal course. That gives Woods and Race to Dubai...

Mickelson Will Start Season in Abu Dhabi, Woods Backs his Decision

Phil Mickelson at the HSBC Champions tournament. Thanks to the Golf Buzz for the cool pic! Golf is one of those sports that seem to be a grind, especially when you’re playing 72 holes and 5 time major champion Phil Mickelson knows this with all his experience on Tour. A couple of months back it was announced that Phil would cut back on his schedule and that’s a pretty good idea...

Johnson determined to get back on the team

(Eds: With AP Photos.) By DOUG FERGUSON AP Golf Writer Dustin Johnson is starting to compile the kind of numbers that are difficult to ignore. Not since Tiger Woods has a player won on the PGA Tour in each of his first seven seasons. To already have eight tour wins before turning 30 puts him in select company that only includes names like Woods, Davis Love III, Phil Mickelson and...
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