1. Tiger Woods: Plenty of Credible Golf People Scratching Their Heads

    There seems to be an interesting split between the knee-jerk factions of the golf community and those willing to express knowledgeable opinions...

    Bermuda Bob Written by Bermuda Bob about over 2 years ago 408 reads 29 comments

  2. PGA Tour: Tiger Woods and the Mistakes He's Making

    Over the weekend, I had the pleasure of reading a frank, honest interview with Butch Harmon, Tiger Woods ' ex-golf coach. It has not received a whole lot of attention, and I believe it is because of the frank honesty...

    Bermuda Bob Written by Bermuda Bob about over 2 years ago 1,376 reads 20 comments

  3. Masters 2012: TV Coverage of Tiger Woods vs the Field

    To every one of us who looked forward to the Masters, 3 PM could not come soon enough. None of us were disappointed, except that we were not feted to the entire event right from the start...

    Bermuda Bob Written by Bermuda Bob about over 2 years ago 773 reads 0 comments

  4. Masters 2012: Grading the Top Fashion Statements for Rounds 1 and 2

    As I wrote in my previous article, the lack of the usual colourful flora and fauna of Augusta is missing this year, yielding a wonderful opportunity for golfers to show off their fashion sense...

    Bermuda Bob Written by Bermuda Bob about over 2 years ago 461 reads 0 comments

  5. The Masters: The Beauty Which Is Augusta National

    Augusta National Golf Club has been described in many ways, from a world treasure to the cathedral of golf, but in many ways it is also a world-class arboretum, which we all get to enjoy, thanks to the Masters...

    Bermuda Bob Written by Bermuda Bob about over 2 years ago 716 reads 0 comments

  6. Greg Schiano: A Thief of the Worst Kind

    11 years ago, Rutgers was looking to become something they simply are not. They wanted to be like those epic, elite state university programmes...

    Bermuda Bob Written by Bermuda Bob about over 2 years ago 2,367 reads 79 comments

  7. Rutgers Reckless Splurge on Athletics Further Revealed

    In today's Sunday Star-Ledger , the newspaper every NJ resident considers the state newspaper, dedicates their front page to an article by Jarrett Renshaw, entitled "Eight Wins, A Bowl Bid, and Millions in Losses" ...

    Bermuda Bob Written by Bermuda Bob about over 2 years ago 904 reads 25 comments

  8. Duke's Win over Washington: A Tale of Two Halves

    Duke came to Madison Square Garden for the second time this year in a match-up with the Washington Huskies as part of the Car Quest Classic. Duke prevailed 86-80 but could very well have given this game away...

    Bermuda Bob Written by Bermuda Bob about over 2 years ago 384 reads 9 comments

  9. The Appalling Message of the "Bowl Eligible" Designation

    In days gone by, winners were lauded because they had accomplished something that was certainly laudable. The winner had set themselves apart because they had won the most games, beaten their competition and/or prevailed in a championship tournament...

    Bermuda Bob Written by Bermuda Bob about over 2 years ago 502 reads 3 comments

  10. Why Greg Schiano of Rutgers Is the Embodiment of the "Peter Principle"

    Eleven years ago, Rutgers University—the State University of New Jersey—hired Greg Schiano to lead their floundering football programme...

    Bermuda Bob Written by Bermuda Bob about almost 3 years ago 1,138 reads 54 comments

  11. Rutgers Football: New Helmet for the Game Against Army

    I have been known to be openly critical of the decision by someone - no one seems to know who it is - for the "Scarlet Knights" of Rutgers to wear BLACK uniforms...

    Bermuda Bob Written by Bermuda Bob about almost 3 years ago 1,143 reads 4 comments

  12. Nick Faldo: Tiger Woods Is a Weak Link on the President's Cup Team

    In an interview on Thursday , Nick Faldo commented that Tiger Woods is the weakest link on the American President’s Cup team playing in Melbourne, Australia...

    Bermuda Bob Written by Bermuda Bob about almost 3 years ago 122 reads 13 comments

  13. West Virginia Mountaineers Sue Big East for "Causing" Them To Leave

    West Virginia has filed suit to be relieved from the ridiculous 27-month "waiting period" and "exit fee" assessed by the Big East...

    Bermuda Bob Written by Bermuda Bob about almost 3 years ago 326 reads 18 comments

  14. Big East Basketball: A Great Idea and Tradition to be Wasted

    When the Big East was formed in 1979 it was done so as a basketball conference because the corridor from Boston to Washington DC, which was once called the Megalopolis , felt it required a representative conference...

    Bermuda Bob Written by Bermuda Bob about almost 3 years ago 531 reads 26 comments

  15. World Series: Chewing Tobacco Attracts the Attention of Politicians

    A group of Democratic Senators have chosen this year's World Series to focus on the use of chewing tobacco by players as unhealthy and a bad example to youth...

    Bermuda Bob Written by Bermuda Bob about almost 3 years ago 482 reads 9 comments

  16. The Women's Gland Slam Double Standard

    The 2011 Women's Grand Slam is over, and it’s time for us to reflect on one of the greatest double standards of modern sport - The fact of Women’s Tennis Tour paying the ...

    Bermuda Bob Written by Bermuda Bob about almost 3 years ago 304 reads 53 comments

  17. The Rutgers Irresponsible Squandering of $$$ on Athletics

    In mid-August, Bloomberg issued a comprehensive report which examined the fact that Rutgers has spent more money on athletics than any other public institution in the six largest football conferences during the 2009-2010 fiscal year...

    Bermuda Bob Written by Bermuda Bob about 3 years ago 538 reads 108 comments

  18. Finchem's Foolish Foible: 36 or 54 Holes at the Barclays

    If you were a fan who paid top dollar for your tickets, or you were a supplier who expected to have a full tournament accompaniment of sales, or someone else depending on seeing a ...

    Bermuda Bob Written by Bermuda Bob about 3 years ago 390 reads 1 comments

  19. Freddie's Folly: Naming Tiger Woods to President's Club Team

    Freddie Couples has announced that he has decided to name you know who to the Presidents Cup Team for their competition in Australia...

    Bermuda Bob Written by Bermuda Bob about 3 years ago 292 reads 62 comments

  20. The Barclays 2011 at Plainfield Country Club: Understanding This Venue

    This weeks Tour stop for the Top 125 players on the FedEx Cup standings list is being held at the Plainfield Country Club in New Jersey. The Purse will be $8M, with the Winner pocketing a cool $1...

    Bermuda Bob Written by Bermuda Bob about 3 years ago 892 reads 4 comments

  21. British Open 2011: Darren Clarke's Very Touching Victory

    Any of us who have been long-time, avid golfers and fans know of the ups and downs of the game, but few of us have endured those Darren Clarke has experienced. Darren's wife, Heather, died of cancer in 2006...

    Bermuda Bob Written by Bermuda Bob about 3 years ago 211 reads 0 comments

  22. British Open 2011: A Fashion Conundrum

    "The Open" is in the books for 2011 and the result was a great story for yet another Journeyman who proved that there are a lot more uplifting human interest stories than Tiger's "double life of debauchery...

    Bermuda Bob Written by Bermuda Bob about 3 years ago 743 reads 4 comments

  23. "The Open" and the US Open ... a Myriad of Differences

    Americans are accustomed to believing that because they are the self-proclaimed “ greatest country in the world,” everything they touch ought to be somehow equally “super...

    Bermuda Bob Written by Bermuda Bob about 3 years ago 73 reads 6 comments

  24. The Ridiculousness of Today's Golf Media

    On the heels of this year's US Open, I think it's time to take a serious look at our present Golf Media and ask some questions about the quality of coverage we are being provided...

    Bermuda Bob Written by Bermuda Bob about 3 years ago 916 reads 121 comments

  25. The 2011 US Open: Who Did Not "Dress for Success"

    So, the 2011 US Open is in the Record Books, and we were treated to a wonderful effort by Rory McIlroy, who stayed with his now-trademark Blue throughout the whole tournament...

    Bermuda Bob Written by Bermuda Bob about 3 years ago 501 reads 0 comments