1. US Open Final: Rory's "Dress for Success" Proves He's No "Blue Plate Special"

    A "Blue Plate Special" is a truly American term which describes a basic meal which is affordable. It is usually associated with a "Blue Collar" type of person...

    Bermuda Bob Written by Bermuda Bob about over 3 years ago 368 reads 0 comments

  2. US Open Golf 2011: REAL Men CAN Wear Pink, and Do

    After three (3) rounds of the 2011 US Open, we have seen proof positive there is no reason for any man to be challenged by colourful clothing—especially if it's Pink. Here's a compilation of those real men of the U...

    Bermuda Bob Written by Bermuda Bob about over 3 years ago 952 reads 2 comments

  3. U.S. Open Day #3: "Dress for Success" on "Moving Day"

    I though it particularly ironic that the Master Score Card for this year's US Open was coloured roughly the same as what Rory McIlroy has worn each day. It is either his favourite colour, or something his sponsors like on him...

    Bermuda Bob Written by Bermuda Bob about over 3 years ago 429 reads 0 comments

  4. 2011 US Open: The Most Flamboyantly Dressed Players We'll Miss

    This year's US Open at Congressional in Bethesda, Maryland, had its share of flamboyantly dressed participants, who we will not have the pleasure of seeing further since they missed the cut...

    Bermuda Bob Written by Bermuda Bob about over 3 years ago 394 reads 0 comments

  5. US Open Day #2: Some New "Dressed for Success" Faces

    The 10th hole of any golf course always signifies the beginning of the "2nd Nine". Time to put the first half behind you and begin the second half of the round. So, on the eve of the half-way point of this year's U...

    Bermuda Bob Written by Bermuda Bob about over 3 years ago 185 reads 0 comments

  6. US Open Day #1: Dressing for Success

    There's a time-tested adage that says, "Clothes make the man ..." ... and yet another that says, "Dress for Success .....

    Bermuda Bob Written by Bermuda Bob about over 3 years ago 176 reads 0 comments

  7. The "Tiger Dividend": How Tiger's Absence Enhances the US Open

    By now, every golf fan knows that Tiger Woods will be watching the US Open from someplace other than Congressional, and every player who has qualified for the event has inherited a "Tiger Dividend" due to his absence...

    Bermuda Bob Written by Bermuda Bob about over 3 years ago 316 reads 113 comments

  8. Is Tiger's Physical Breakdown a Referendum on Fitness ???

    When Tiger Wood first hit the scene, one of the "non-PC" comments whispered around every clubhouse was that this kid was "bred" to play golf...

    Bermuda Bob Written by Bermuda Bob about over 3 years ago 521 reads 127 comments

  9. 2011 Masters Final: The Colors of the Leader Board

    George Orwell, in his epic 1984, is most remembered for his memorable quote: "Who controls the past, controls the future; who controls the present, controls the past." Today's Final Round may best be described by the lesion this quote imparts...

    Bermuda Bob Written by Bermuda Bob about over 3 years ago 242 reads 1 comments

  10. Masters Day 3: The Colours of "Moving Day"

    Today, there were many who made their "move" toward winning this year's Masters by playing well or playing better. Then, there were those who did themselves a mischief...

    Bermuda Bob Written by Bermuda Bob about over 3 years ago 403 reads 0 comments

  11. The Colours of the Sand: Masters Day #2

    The infamous and penal sand traps of Augusta offer a stark differential from the colours of spring. Many of the contestants at this year's Masters decided that they ought to pay homage ...

    Bermuda Bob Written by Bermuda Bob about over 3 years ago 854 reads 0 comments

  12. Masters Day #1: The Colours of Spring

    Ah yes, the Big Dance is over so that's gotta mean it's time for the Masters, a sure sign of the arrival of spring and the promise of a new beginning for all of God's creatures, even ...

    Bermuda Bob Written by Bermuda Bob about over 3 years ago 280 reads 0 comments

  13. Kyrie Irving Declares ... Proves He's a "Benedict Arnold" !!!

    ESPN is reporting that Kyrie Irving has expressed his intention to declare for the 2011 NBA Draft and will hire an agent, which means that he is gone...

    Bermuda Bob Written by Bermuda Bob about over 3 years ago 448 reads 62 comments

  14. Yet Another Calipari Excuse For Defeat: Duke

    Just when you thought you had heard every reason for a team's defeat, along comes John Calipari , or as I have nick-named him, "Cal-the-Lip" with yet another excuse as to why ...

    Bermuda Bob Written by Bermuda Bob about 4 years ago 426 reads 1 comments

  15. Ryder Cup Questions To Consider For The Future Of The Competition

    I'm wondering if it is entirely all that faire for the Ryder Cup to be contested in the manner it presently is. I'm speaking of the time of year and location as it currently is, especially since it almost always means some type of aberrant weather...

    Bermuda Bob Written by Bermuda Bob about 4 years ago 98 reads 25 comments

  16. Early Scare: Duke's Kyle Singler Undergoes Knee Surgery

    As reported by Duke's athletic portal, GoDuke.com, last Thursday, Sept. 2, Kyle Singler underwent knee surgery...

    Bermuda Bob Written by Bermuda Bob about over 4 years ago 90 reads 15 comments

  17. Tiger's Blame Game ...

    So, during today's Press Conference we learned, right from the horse's mouth, why Tiger thinks he is not playing well - It's because he is not practicing nearly as much as he did before ...

    Bermuda Bob Written by Bermuda Bob about over 4 years ago 172 reads 31 comments

  18. Tiger Proves That a Mind Is a Terrible Thing To Waste

    When Tiger first came on the scene there were many who immediately criticized him for his how demonstrative he was with his fist pumps, yells of jubilation, and other Elvis-like gyrations when he had something go as he planned...

    Bermuda Bob Written by Bermuda Bob about over 4 years ago 103 reads 6 comments

  19. Calipari Lasts Just One Year

    The opening words of a USA Today article dated 5-29-2010 states it as well as anyone could ever expect to: "It's taken one year for questions to be raised about a player under John Calipari at Kentucky...

    Bermuda Bob Written by Bermuda Bob about over 4 years ago 569 reads 37 comments

  20. CBS Almost "Sold" The Big Dance

    On May 4th, Richard Sandomir, reporting for the NY Times, that CBS considered "selling" the Big Dance to ESPN !!! Here's a link to his article: http://www.nytimes.com/2010/05/05/sports/ncaabasketball/05cbs...

    Bermuda Bob Written by Bermuda Bob about over 4 years ago 26 reads 0 comments

  21. "Dr. Tiger" Was Oh So Wrong

    At Sawgrass, Tiger proclaimed that he had a "Bulging Disc" in his neck and that was the reason why he had to withdraw .....

    Bermuda Bob Written by Bermuda Bob about over 4 years ago 78 reads 2 comments

  22. Rutgers Move To The Big 10 Is a Farce

    Anyone that knows me, knows that I have long been a proponent of Rutgers leaving the Big East, but the recent news that they might be on the "short list" of schools being considered ...

    Bermuda Bob Written by Bermuda Bob about over 4 years ago 235 reads 26 comments

  23. Tiger's Sublimation Of The Masses

    One of the aspects of Tigers Woods which has not been affected by his multiple dalliances, his possible/probably divorce, the loss of companies who wish his endorsement services, ...

    Bermuda Bob Written by Bermuda Bob about over 4 years ago 183 reads 27 comments

  24. Why Doesn't The Selection Committee Include "Basketball People" ???

    Does any March Madness fan ever take the time to check out who the members of the Selection Committee for the Big Dance are ??? Of course not, we're all too busy watching the end of the conference ...

    Bermuda Bob Written by Bermuda Bob about almost 5 years ago 146 reads 13 comments

  25. Expand The Big Dance ??? To What, "The Mediocre Mambo" ???

    Every year in recent memory we hear of certain individuals who theorize that it is time to expand the Field of 64 to either 96 or 128 teams .....

    Bermuda Bob Written by Bermuda Bob about almost 5 years ago 63 reads 4 comments