Via The Hair of the Dog Sports Blog
March 12, 2012
Norm Macdonald is a comedy legend. Rick Reilly is a former sports journalist who currently mails it in on ESPN and steals jokes from dead comedians. Norm and Reilly have gona back and forth on Twitter the past few days. Norm Macdonald innocently tweeted play-by-play of the Cadillac Championship golf tournament through out the weekend. For some reason, this irritated Reilly.
Tiger Woods has been injured in the past, and thankful, we have pictures of this. Dating back to 2002, here are a lot of pictures of Tiger in pain after certain golf shots. (All Getty Images besides the last, which is AP)
(Eds: With AP Photos.) By DOUG FERGUSON AP Golf Writer The speculation at the start of the year was when Tiger Woods would win.
Now it's when he can play again.
The sequence Sunday at Doral was troubling. Woods hobbled. He changed his shoes at the turn. He began lifting his left leg to try to flex his ankle. He limped. And after one last powerful swing that produced a 321-yard...
There are a lot of questions that come up in the above advertisement for the new Tiger Woods EA Sports game.
Why is Shaq in it? And why is Shaq playing golf lefty (from all accounts I can find, Shaq is a right-handed golfer)? Why did the stunt-double for Tiger Woods look absolutely nothing like Tiger Woods (at least give the guy a bald spot)? Why would this make me want to golf...
Shaquille O’Neal and Tiger Woods gathered together in the name of video games to launch the latest offering from EA Sports — PGA Tour 13.
In a very unique commercial concept, the two famed athletes swap pseudo kung fu moves and bad lip synching…
Melding golf and martial arts is a new one on me. I must say, its clever.
Tipping my fedora to NESN.
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