1. Ranking the 10 Most Arrogant Golfers of All Time

    A certain amount of arrogance is expected, maybe even appreciated, on the field of play. It surely doesn’t have to be a negative although many times it is an attitude accompanied ...

    Richard Leivenberg Written by Richard Leivenberg about almost 2 years ago 16,035 reads 4 comments

  2. Power Ranking the Sites in the Current British Open Rotation

    When we think of the British Open, we think of coastal links courses beset by incessant wind and rain. We also think about the history of the game, as these are the courses of ...

    Richard Leivenberg Written by Richard Leivenberg about almost 2 years ago 3,017 reads 2 comments

  3. Ranking 10 Greatest Rivalries in Golf History

    As fans, we thrive on the rivalry that naturally occurs in sports. We live for it, seek it out and relish every chance to witness our personal favorite player or team go against their most intense rival...

    Richard Leivenberg Written by Richard Leivenberg about almost 2 years ago 3,922 reads 15 comments

  4. What's Keeping Rickie Fowler from His Breakthrough?

    Rickie Fowler has become more well-known for his outrageously unappealing orange Sunday ensembles and his equally poor attempt at a mustache than for his ability to conquer his competition...

    Richard Leivenberg Written by Richard Leivenberg about almost 2 years ago 4,505 reads 7 comments

  5. PGA Tour Undercuts Its Players with Anchored Stroke Ban

    In banning the anchored stroke, the PGA took a free swing at a core group of its membership. Aligning itself with the United States Golf Association and the Royal & Ancient, ...

    Richard Leivenberg Written by Richard Leivenberg about almost 2 years ago 4,758 reads 29 comments

  6. 2013 AT&T National: Biggest Winners and Losers

    The 2013 AT&T National could have been known as the self-sponsored event that Tiger Woods couldn’t play in due to a prolonged elbow injury...

    Richard Leivenberg Written by Richard Leivenberg about almost 2 years ago 3,293 reads 4 comments

  7. How Much Will Tiger Woods' Elbow Injury Affect Him at the British Open?

    A bad knee, an ailing back, a strained Achilles tendon, a pain in the neck and now his elbow. At this rate, the only record Tiger Woods is going break is one for most injuries on the PGA tour...

    Richard Leivenberg Written by Richard Leivenberg about almost 2 years ago 2,982 reads 7 comments

  8. British Open 2013 Odds: Early Look at This Year's Favorites

    The early odds are in and the usual suspects reign as favorites to win The British Open at Scotland’s Muirfield Country Club the weekend of July 18-21. But, the odds don’t always tell the story...

    Richard Leivenberg Written by Richard Leivenberg about almost 2 years ago 13,459 reads 5 comments

  9. Biggest Winners and Losers at Travelers

    The Travelers Championship has a reputation for being a relatively easy respite after the U.S. Open. Instead, it ended in a sudden-death playoff with a 44-year-old champion who had never won on the PGA Tour before...

    Richard Leivenberg Written by Richard Leivenberg about almost 2 years ago 4,253 reads 5 comments

  10. Is There Truly a No. 1 Golfer Right Now?

    Based on sheer numbers derived by the Official World Golf Ranking , Tiger Woods has earned the right to be the No. 1 player in the world...

    Richard Leivenberg Written by Richard Leivenberg about almost 2 years ago 1,946 reads 10 comments

  11. US Open 2013 Results: Biggest Winners and Losers at Merion

    Shades of the 2012 Ryder Cup. There was Justin Rose and Phil Mickelson locked in combat at Merion Golf Club just as they had been in their head-to-head match last year. Once again, it was the Englishman who prevailed...

    Richard Leivenberg Written by Richard Leivenberg about almost 2 years ago 27,793 reads 32 comments

  12. 2013 US Open: Phil Mickelson Again a Force to Be Reckoned With

    His was not the name on the top of anyone's list going into Merion , but Phil Mickelson is showing once again why he cannot be underestimated whenever the U.S. Open rolls around...

    Richard Leivenberg Written by Richard Leivenberg about almost 2 years ago 532 reads 2 comments

  13. US Open 2013 Results: Biggest Winners and Losers From Day 1 at Merion

    Severe weather put a damper on the U.S. Open, allowing some to benefit and some to be relegated to the long Friday to follow from the delay in play...

    Richard Leivenberg Written by Richard Leivenberg about almost 2 years ago 10,946 reads 10 comments

  14. US Open Favorites 2013: Stock Watch for the Top Golfers at Merion

    Playing the stock market is bound to make you crazy, perhaps a bit richer and maybe a lot poorer unless you do the proper research and understand when to buy, sell or hold. We invest our time, and thus our money, into watching sports and with the U.

    Richard Leivenberg Written by Richard Leivenberg about almost 2 years ago 1,597 reads 2 comments

  15. US Open Golf 2013: Ranking the Top 10 Head Cases at Merion

    Imagine being in the lead with only two holes to play at the U.S. Open only to misplay your next shots and lose the lead and your chance at a major. That is what happened to Jim Furyk in 2012...

    Richard Leivenberg Written by Richard Leivenberg about almost 2 years ago 3,532 reads 2 comments

  16. Memorial 2013: Breaking Down Tiger Woods' Flop and What It Means

    Tiger Woods entered the Memorial Tournament at Muirfield Village as the odds-on favorite and left it with a big question mark hanging over his head...

    Richard Leivenberg Written by Richard Leivenberg about almost 2 years ago 5,351 reads 22 comments

  17. Biggest Winners and Losers at the Memorial

    What is a golf tournament without Tiger Woods or Rory McIlroy? They both participated in the Memorial Tournament held at Muirfield Village this past weekend, but neither showed up, if you get my drift...

    Richard Leivenberg Written by Richard Leivenberg about almost 2 years ago 3,649 reads 7 comments

  18. Tiger Woods Shows He's Human After All with Awful Round at Memorial 2013

    Just when it looked like Tiger Woods would simply roll into the U.S. Open, devastate his fellow pro golfers and finally win that 15th major, up jumped the devil in the form of the worst front-nine performance in his career...

    Richard Leivenberg Written by Richard Leivenberg about almost 2 years ago 1,732 reads 0 comments

  19. Los Angeles Dodgers: What to Do with Matt Kemp?

    The pain in Matt Kemp 's shoulder has spread to the Los Angeles Dodgers fans who have had to watch him play this season...

    Richard Leivenberg Written by Richard Leivenberg about almost 2 years ago 10,613 reads 47 comments

  20. Masters Officials Erred Mightily on Tiger Woods Penalty

    The two-shot penalty assessed to Tiger Woods at the Masters makes me sick. In what other sport can a television viewer affect the outcome of a game? Can you imagine if you could ...

    Richard Leivenberg Written by Richard Leivenberg about 2 years ago 1,488 reads 6 comments

  21. Los Angeles Dodgers Question Mark: Cruz on Third?

    If the Los Angeles Dodgers ' third base puzzle was an Abbott and Costello baseball skit, they could rename it, "Cruz on Third?" It took Luis Cruz 11 years, with intermittent appearances ...

    Richard Leivenberg Written by Richard Leivenberg about 2 years ago 3,272 reads 12 comments

  22. Los Angeles Coaches Under Severe Scrutiny

    So, your dream job is to coach or manage a professional sports team, and not just any team, but one of those glamorous, powerful and tradition-laden teams like USC, UCLA or the Los Angeles Lakers , Clippers and Dodgers...

    Richard Leivenberg Written by Richard Leivenberg about 2 years ago 5,124 reads 44 comments

  23. NL Awards Prediction: Matt Kemp Will Score Comeback Player and MVP Prizes

    When Matt Kemp returns to center field for the Los Angeles Dodgers , he will do so with a vengeance, ultimately winning both the NL Comeback Player and MVP Awards...

    Richard Leivenberg Written by Richard Leivenberg about 2 years ago 3,232 reads 28 comments

  24. Will Los Angeles Dodger Fans Get Behind the Powerful Store-Bought Lineup?

    The Los Angeles Dodgers have added Cy Young winner Zack Greinke to their all-powerful lineup of players in an effort to surpass the World Series Champion San Francisco Giants ...

    Richard Leivenberg Written by Richard Leivenberg about over 2 years ago 4,170 reads 80 comments

  25. Los Angeles Lakers: No Speed, No Defense, No Good

    Watching the Los Angeles Lakers lose to the lowly Orlando Magic last night was simply awful, but somehow predictable...

    Richard Leivenberg Written by Richard Leivenberg about over 2 years ago 1,439 reads 19 comments