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No Tiger, No Emotions, No Golf

Where are the roars? Where are the Ali-sized fist pumps, the Brandi Chastain-like screams of celebration, or the Boo Weekly bull riding taunts like he flaunted in the Ryder Cup? Golf is losing its personality. A sport that can create more tension, intensity, and drama than a Hitchcock movie has... Continue reading "No Tiger, No Emotions, No Golf" »

The Terminator or The Tiger? Deadly Sin Does in the Athlete Hero--Again!

DATELINE: HUMOR Former body builder and sometime athletic beauty contest winner, Arnold Schwarzenegger has now knocked Tiger Woods off the front page of athletes gone to seed. Though the Terminator has a reputation of bedding down with an infinite number of damsels in distress, Tiger manages to hold on to... Continue reading "The Terminator or The Tiger? Deadly Sin Does in the Athlete Hero--Again!" »

Cowboys QB Romo Misses Cut at US Open Qualifier

Four! What happend to Hike? The Cowboys quarterback shot a nine-over par 81 on his round at Stonebridge Ranch Country Club in McKinney, TX. This tournament is a qualifier for the US Open 2011 but it was not meant to be for Romo who struggled on a very windy day.... Continue reading "Cowboys QB Romo Misses Cut at US Open Qualifier" »

EA iPhone games on sale for $1

EA iPhone games are on a major sale this weekend on the Apple App Store. Electronic Arts games are some of the best iPhone games including the Sims, Madden NFL, Dead Space and other hits that gamers of all age enjoy. Hardcore Gamers particular love EA games, as Madden NFL... Continue reading "EA iPhone games on sale for $1" »

Setting the Mahmud

RSBS Special Correspondent and Podcast Sensation, Mr. Johanna Mahmud reports: Abominable Apocryphal Deplorable Illustrious Wonder This weekend provided some flat out taint tickling and nipple pulling excitement golf at the Masters. And...guess what....because...wait for it.... Tiger Damn Woods was in the middle of it. Shocker. If Tiger isn't playing, I'm... Continue reading "Setting the Mahmud" »

What I Learned This Weekend

First off, I learned that there was not enough talk about me. I mean c'mon, how is this egomaniac going to function if there is no talk, or mentioning of myself...It's frustrating. I mean when the whole world seemed to be wrapped up in this possible government shutdown, The Masters,... Continue reading "What I Learned This Weekend" »

The Masters...Sunday afternoon Drama

Rorry McIllroy played some brilliant golf, but Green Jackets are not issued for brilliant Thursday to Saturday play. His performance yesterday illustrated for millions of golf fans the pressure that exists on Sunday afternoons at Augusta National. To use a boxing analogy, it appeared like McIllroy was knocked down after... Continue reading "The Masters...Sunday afternoon Drama" »

Azalea Invitational 2011 - Cowboys QB Tony Romo Pro Golfer?

Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo had a third-round 68 (which is pretty good) after he matched his first-round 75 with a second 75 on Friday to stand at 8-over par in the Azalea Invitational golf tournament in Charleston, S.C. He is currently tied for 53th, which is one of his worst... Continue reading "Azalea Invitational 2011 - Cowboys QB Tony Romo Pro Golfer?" »

New Qualification Changes Could be Detrimental has reported that the Tour is considering a few rule changes that would impact the way that professional golfers can play their way onto Tour. According to the news release, the annual qualifying tournament known to all golf fans as Q-School would no longer award Tour cards. Taking its... Continue reading "New Qualification Changes Could be Detrimental" »

Triple Coverage Podcast

Triple Coverage's new Podcast is available. You can listen on's new 24/7 online radio station by clicking here, by subscribing to our Podcast in iTunes. (Search for or by clicking on the link below! Download Triple Coverage 3-16-11 Continue reading "Triple Coverage Podcast" »

Getting Back on the Links

When you haven't played golf in almost five months, almost anything can happen when you return to the links. Shanks, hooks, yips, you name it; everything is fair game, and depending on the circumstances, the opening few holes can be quite nerve-wracking. Being a Buffalo resident and Syracuse student, I... Continue reading "Getting Back on the Links" »

Driscoll's Quest

James Driscoll has just eagled the par-5 5th in Puerto Rico to move to 11-under par. That's right, 11-under. Two 59's were shot on Tour last year, by Paul Goydos and Stuart Appleby, after an 11-year drought of 59s on Tour. If Driscoll can birdie two of his last four... Continue reading "Driscoll's Quest" »

Uresti Inspired Early

Omar Uresti has not had much to write home about over the past year. And that's putting it lightly. After an awesome opening week on the PGA Tour in 2010 with a T8 at the Sony Open, Uresti struggled mightily the rest of the season. He failed to register another... Continue reading "Uresti Inspired Early" »

Yang Makes It Interesting

Rory Sabbatini had the Honda Classic all but wrapped up halfway through his round today, with a 4-shot lead and the conditions seemingly difficult enough to prevent anyone from making a late run. However, Y. E. Yang made it interesting late with a few closing birdies, including a 9-footer on... Continue reading "Yang Makes It Interesting" »

Cook Turns Back the Clock

A central theme of this blog is the interplay between young and old in the world of competitive golf, and the concept was demonstrated again this week at Mayakoba with John Cook. Cook is a Champions Tour player full-time, not someone like Tom Lehman or Fred Couples who can be... Continue reading "Cook Turns Back the Clock" » Video Corner

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