1. How Long Will We Continue to Fall Victim to the Tiger Woods Tease?

    Here it comes again, right on schedule. The British Open starts Thursday, which means it's time for another delivery of optimism about Tiger Woods finally winning his 15th major championship...

    Tom Weir Written by Tom Weir about 18 days ago 41,645 reads 41 comments

  2. No Doubt Golf Is in a Golden Era After Jordan Spieth Wins Thrilling US Open

    Amid the endless stretches of brown at Chambers Bay, another color rose just as the sun set on the 2015 U.S. Open. It was gold, the color of the new era that dawned for golf on Sunday...

    Tom Weir Written by Tom Weir about 1 month ago 144,501 reads 140 comments

  3. Thrills and Heartbreak on the Line in Enticing US Open Sunday Showdown

    The final round of the U.S. Open looms as a day when there will be even more at stake than a major golf title...

    Tom Weir Written by Tom Weir about 1 month ago 12,070 reads 6 comments

  4. Is Tiger Woods at Rock Bottom After Embarrassing 1st Round in 2015 US Open?

    Maybe Tiger Woods had an inkling how his day was going to go when he got up and dressed in all black for the first round of the U.S. Open. Because he sure looked like a man attending his own funeral...

    Tom Weir Written by Tom Weir about 1 month ago 201,021 reads 204 comments

  5. Chambers Bay Threatens to Pile More Problems on Tiger Woods at 2015 US Open

    Seeing Tiger Woods fail has become commonplace for golf fans the last few years. But now we also may see him suffer. The U.S. Open long has been described as golf's toughest test, with slender fairways and rough tall enough to hide a jockey...

    Tom Weir Written by Tom Weir about 1 month ago 254,992 reads 10 comments

  6. American Pharoah Ascends to Sports Immortality with 2015 Triple Crown Victory

    Thank you, American Pharoah. Your Triple Crown-clinching victory in the Belmont Stakes on Saturday means it’s time for all of us to walk like an Egyptian again...

    Tom Weir Written by Tom Weir about 1 month ago 106,026 reads 156 comments

  7. American Pharoah's Triple Crown Bid: Inside the Belmont Stakes' Numbers

    American Pharoah goes for the Triple Crown on Saturday at the Belmont Stakes, and as every fan of four-footed athletes knows, it has been an amazingly long time since any horse has completed the sweep...

    Tom Weir Written by Tom Weir about 1 month ago 13,101 reads 0 comments

  8. Indianapolis 500 Is Where Winning Means You've Definitely Got Milk

    Imagine you’ve just driven 500 miles at breakneck speeds with relentless tailgaters clinging to your rear bumper. Having finally reached your destination, of course you’re just dying to throw down a tall glass of...

    Tom Weir Written by Tom Weir about 2 months ago 1,512 reads 2 comments

  9. Triple Crown Gauntlet Truly Begins for American Pharoah After 2015 Preakness Win

    If there ever was an event designed to build sky-high hopes, only to snuff them out, it’s horse racing’s Triple Crown. Keep that in mind the next three weeks as we wait for the June 6 Belmont Stakes in New York...

    Tom Weir Written by Tom Weir about 3 months ago 6,416 reads 5 comments

  10. Mayweather-Pacquiao Delivered Glitz, Glamour Like Only a Marquee Prizefight Can

    Floyd Mayweather ’s no-thrills and no-frills dismissal of Manny Pacquiao didn ’t come close to earning a place among the greatest fights of all time...

    Tom Weir Written by Tom Weir about 3 months ago 77,240 reads 276 comments

  11. Does Manny Pacquiao Deserve a Rematch with Floyd Mayweather After Decisive Loss?

    In the immediate aftermath of the fight that undoubtedly deflated his legacy, it wasn ’t surprising to hear Manny Pacquiao contend that he had defeated Floyd Mayweather on Saturday night at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas...

    Tom Weir Written by Tom Weir about 3 months ago 273,077 reads 530 comments

  12. Kentucky Derby Winner 2015: Breakdown of American Pharoah's Triple Crown Chances

    Stop me if you’ve heard this one before, but American Pharoah looks like the horse that could finally end the Triple Crown drought that has dragged on since 1978...

    Tom Weir Written by Tom Weir about 3 months ago 20,546 reads 12 comments

  13. Mayweather vs. Pacquiao Seals Floyd's Legacy as Boxing's Greatest Moneymaker

    If Floyd Mayweather keeps his undefeated record intact by defeating Manny Pacquiao on Saturday, he likely will earn comparisons to such boxing legends as Muhammad Ali and Sugar Ray Leonard...

    Tom Weir Written by Tom Weir about 3 months ago 31,184 reads 57 comments

  14. Floyd Mayweather vs. Manny Pacquiao: Inside the Numbers

    The Floyd Mayweather -Manny Pacquiao fight Saturday will be all about who can make the most punches count...

    Tom Weir Written by Tom Weir about 3 months ago 124,018 reads 84 comments

  15. Remembering De La Hoya vs. Mayweather: The Fight That Made Floyd a Superstar

    Thousands upon thousands of boxing’s fringe fans will drop in for Floyd Mayweather Jr. vs. Manny Pacquiao on May 2, exercising their rights to throw down pay-per-view dollars only when it appears thrills are a sure thing...

    Tom Weir Written by Tom Weir about 3 months ago 102,223 reads 158 comments

  16. Jordan Spieth's Masters Title Cements New Era: Rory McIlroy Has Found His Rival

    April 12, 2015. Write down that date. It marks the beginning of a new era for golf, a day when the sport turned 21 all over again...

    Tom Weir Written by Tom Weir about 4 months ago 59,540 reads 115 comments

  17. Dream Leaderboard Set for Sunday at 2015 Masters After Saturday's Star Surge

    Rarely in sports do we have the opportunity to witness all that Sunday’s final round of the Masters will offer. The men in the final three pairings have won a combined 24 majors and oh so much more...

    Tom Weir Written by Tom Weir about 4 months ago 167,970 reads 69 comments

  18. Jordan Spieth's Hot Start at Masters Makes for Inevitable Comparisons to Tiger

    Perhaps the only thing in golf more dangerous than awarding a green jacket on Friday is comparing a young player to Tiger Woods . And yet Jordan Spieth ’s play in the first two rounds of the Masters begs for both...

    Tom Weir Written by Tom Weir about 4 months ago 51,346 reads 52 comments

  19. Tiger Woods Offers a Glimmer of Hope at the Masters, but Will It Last?

    All things considered, Tiger Woods had a very good first round at the Masters on Thursday. It wasn't the kind of round that thrust him into the conversation about who will win ...

    Tom Weir Written by Tom Weir about 4 months ago 14,612 reads 24 comments

  20. Optimism About Tiger Woods' Return Feels Like Too Much, Too Soon

    Golf history already has been made this week at the Masters. After all, has there ever been such a whirlwind of golfing excitement created by two rounds of abbreviated practice? ...

    Tom Weir Written by Tom Weir about 4 months ago 53,376 reads 54 comments

  21. Bridesmaid Badgers Etch Memorable Legacy Despite Falling to Duke in NCAA Final

    Wisconsin’s greatest window of opportunity to win a national championship slammed shut Monday night when it couldn’t come up with a way to stop Duke’s magical end game...

    Tom Weir Written by Tom Weir about 4 months ago 23,851 reads 51 comments

  22. Inside the Numbers of the 2015 NCAA Basketball Championship

    From the Sweet 16 to the Elite Eight to the Final Four, the NCAA tournament is always inundated with numbers. We won't be seeing that 40-0 finish Kentucky hoped for, nor is No...

    Tom Weir Written by Tom Weir about 4 months ago 14,358 reads 37 comments

  23. Kentucky Joins Sports Pantheon of All-Time Near-Misses as Perfect Bid Ends

    Kentucky’s basketball team arrived in Indianapolis hoping to become the eighth team to win the Final Four with an undefeated record, and the first to do so since the NCAA tournament expanded to 64 teams...

    Tom Weir Written by Tom Weir about 4 months ago 14,606 reads 51 comments

  24. Get Set for Glitz and Glamour in Indianapolis in Star-Studded 2015 Final Four

    Time to round up those doomsayers who just a few weeks ago were saying college basketball was in trouble, and we should all be prepared for a disappointing NCAA tournament...

    Tom Weir Written by Tom Weir about 4 months ago 46,058 reads 121 comments

  25. Buckle Up for a Bumpy Ride as Kentucky Takes a Shot at History in Final Four

    On a night when Kentucky kept looking more and more human, the NCAA tournament became more and more interesting...

    Tom Weir Written by Tom Weir about 4 months ago 25,635 reads 194 comments