Tag Archives: US Masters
- Nor’n Irishman leads the Masters as stars falter
April 8, 2011
St Patrick’s Day might be long gone but as with the first day of a number of the major golf Championships the luck o’ de Nor’n Irish lives on. Rory McIlroy, at 21-years, is at the age where time is on his side so that if he simply leads for...
- A weekend when spring sprung for British sport
April 11, 2010
Spring sprung on British sport this weekend as the cricket season got under way under blue skies, the sun shone on the Grand National and, across the pond, the flag of St George continued to flutter atop the leaderboard of the US Masters. I won't talk about the county cricket...
- Weirdest Woods Prop Bets
April 10, 2010
WEIRD WOODS He’s on the tip of most peoples tongues these days, a position I’m sure he’s well accustomed to… Tiger Woods the man the legend, has been the subject of probably some of the strangest prop bets bettors have ever seen. Read more. I can't help but feel they...
- Creepy Nike advert hoisted by latest Tiger tale
April 8, 2010
In case you hadn't heard the US Masters starts today, an event that coincides nicely with Tiger Woods' return to golf. It also coincides with a creepy Nike advert involving Woods' late father Earl asking him whether he has learnt anything. Unfortunately for Nike it also coincides with revelations that...
- Has Tiger Woods lost his Masters mojo?
April 6, 2010
Tiger Woods faced the world’s press for the first time at the Augusta National yesterday and, true to form, made a strong, erm, fist of performing in front of a crowd. Woods answered everything from which injuries he sustained on that fateful day in November, to what drugs he has...
- Punters week: Let there be Choi at Augusta
April 5, 2010
'Christ is risen’, I said to nobody in particular after I fell out of bed into a sexy heap after a well deserved lie-in. I admit I tend to get a lie-in most days, but Sunday’s lie-in was like some kind of Easter bonus. The head still fizzed a bit...
Has Tiger Woods lost his Masters mojo?
April 6, 2010