1. Tiger Woods: Is It Time to Try Phil's Claw Grip?

    Five years ago, before whatever happened to derail his incredible career, Tiger Woods ranked third on tour in strokes gained putting. This year, on the same stat, he's tied for 26th...

    Mike Roozen Written by Mike Roozen about almost 2 years ago 2,178 reads 7 comments

  2. Why the Green Bay Packers Lost to the San Francisco 49ers

    I thought the game between Green Bay and San Francisco would be somewhat of a chess match, a coaches duel in a way. It was and it wasn't. The main thing is, I think that the better team lost...

    Mike Roozen Written by Mike Roozen about almost 2 years ago 731 reads 7 comments

  3. Green Bay Packers vs San Francisco 49ers: Key Matchup Is McCarthy vs Harbaugh

    The Green Bay Packers come into this game off a season that should have been. Their 15-1 record gave them everything they needed going into the playoffs except a guaranteed win in their first game at home...

    Mike Roozen Written by Mike Roozen about almost 2 years ago 1,562 reads 1 comments

  4. Tiger Woods: Will He Ever Find His Game on Sunday?

    This new Tiger Woods we've all been watching and the likes of Nick Faldo and Peter Kostis have been talking about, plays like a house on fire Thursdays and Fridays and then goes up in flames on the more pressure-packed weekends...

    Mike Roozen Written by Mike Roozen about almost 2 years ago 634 reads 5 comments

  5. Tiger Woods: Desperately Searching for the Most Important Victory of His Life

    I'm sure Tiger Woods would tell you if he ever had a moment where he actually laid his cards on the table, that if he could win any one tournament right now, it would be the most important win of his life...

    Mike Roozen Written by Mike Roozen about almost 3 years ago 175 reads 0 comments

  6. Tiger Woods Fires Steve Williams: Could It Be Woods Is Desperate for Publicity?

    Apparently Steve Williams was shocked and disappointed Wednesday when he found out Tiger Woods had let him go after their long and illustrious career together...

    Mike Roozen Written by Mike Roozen about 3 years ago 1,111 reads 3 comments

  7. Dustin Johnson: British Open Slice of Life

    It is probably an oxymoron, but Dustin Johnson hit it out of bounds at the British Open today on a hole where it didn't seem like out of bounds was in play...

    Mike Roozen Written by Mike Roozen about 3 years ago 309 reads 0 comments

  8. Tiger Woods: Six Things He Can Do to Get Ready for the U.S. Open

    Tiger Woods needs to get ready for the U.S. Open in a way he never has before, because he certainly doesn't want to show up there and shoot a 42 on the front nine and then pull out like he did at The Players Championship...

    Mike Roozen Written by Mike Roozen about 3 years ago 178 reads 0 comments

  9. US Open 2011: Phil Mickelson & 7 Contenders with a Shot at the Next Major Title

    They call it the U.S. Open because anyone who manages to qualify can play, and anyone who plays obviously has a chance to win. Cinderella come-from-nowhere stories aside, here's seven contenders who can come-from-somewhere to win...

    Mike Roozen Written by Mike Roozen about 3 years ago 277 reads 0 comments

  10. KJ Choi and David Toms Provide Good Theater at Players Championship

    The home of theater golf was home to some pretty good theater Sunday when K.J. Choi edged out David Toms on the first playoff hole at the Players Championship...

    Mike Roozen Written by Mike Roozen about 3 years ago 212 reads 0 comments

  11. Hal Sutton vs Tiger Woods: Be the Right Club Today Still Resonates at Sawgrass

    Just like the wild screams of a crowd gone berserk at the 1986 Masters still echo "Jack! Jack! Jack!" through the trees at Augusta, so the words of a determined Hal Sutton still reverberate along the 18th at Sawgrass...

    Mike Roozen Written by Mike Roozen about 3 years ago 1,217 reads 0 comments

  12. PGA Golf: Lucas Glover Provides a Bad Mother's Day for Perez and Byrd

    Apparently some guy tried to get out of a passenger plane in mid-flight Sunday, and blamed his behavior on having a bad Mother's Day...

    Mike Roozen Written by Mike Roozen about 3 years ago 133 reads 0 comments

  13. Player's Championship to Feature Darius Rucker on Military Appreciation Day

    According to the PGATOUR.com website, the Player's Championship this year on May 12-15 in Ponte Vedra Beach, FL will feature country music star Darius Rucker in its ceremony to honor the U...

    Mike Roozen Written by Mike Roozen about 3 years ago 137 reads 0 comments

  14. Golf's Toughest Question: What Really Caused the Tiger Woods Performance Crash?

    There is still one real difficult question swirling around the whole Tiger Woods scene since he crashed his Caddy, staggered through the full exposure of his bizarre personal life, and started his comeback on Tour...

    Mike Roozen Written by Mike Roozen about 3 years ago 102 reads 4 comments

  15. Rory McIlroy Looks To Find Winning Attitude with Wells Fargo Repeat

    Regarding this year's Masters and what happened to him when all his circuits blew and he went down in flames on Sunday, Rory McIlroy told Ryan Reiterman of golf.com, "I displayed a few weaknesses in my game that I need to work on...

    Mike Roozen Written by Mike Roozen about 3 years ago 46 reads 4 comments

  16. Tommy Gainey: Two-Glove Trending Up in 2011 Tour Finishes

    If you look up the word "feisty" in the dictionary, there probably won't actually be a picture of Tommy Gainey, but if Webster wanted an image to go with that word, a shot of Gainey would work...

    Mike Roozen Written by Mike Roozen about 3 years ago 431 reads 0 comments

  17. PGA Tour: Pro Golf Now Searching for It's Own Version of Mr. October

    They called Reggie Jackson Mr. October for the simple reason that he performed at a higher level when the pressure was on, during the World Series in October. The quintessential example of this is Game 6 in the 1977 World Series...

    Mike Roozen Written by Mike Roozen about 3 years ago 143 reads 4 comments

  18. James Starks: Green Bay Running Back Runs Straight Up Like Eric Dickerson

    Suddenly, last year, just when they needed it most, Green Bay had a guy out there breaking tackles, running to daylight and rolling up yards in what looked to me like a pretty good imitation of Eric Dickerson ...

    Mike Roozen Written by Mike Roozen about over 3 years ago 213 reads 0 comments

  19. Bubba Watson: How Good Would Air Bubba Be If He Kept His Feet on the Ground?

    When Bubba Watson catches air and still makes solid contact with his driver, it's an amazing feat, but it isn't helping him get his career off the ground...

    Mike Roozen Written by Mike Roozen about over 3 years ago 293 reads 11 comments

  20. Tiger Woods: Minor Injury Now Equals Major Setback

    Apparently, Tiger Woods can't play anymore for awhile, as he is now limping around in a cast or some sort of stabilizing device to help him recover from a knee and Achilles tendon injury he suffered while trying to hit a shot out from under a tree...

    Mike Roozen Written by Mike Roozen about over 3 years ago 223 reads 0 comments

  21. Rees Jones: Adds Length to Give US Open Players the Congressional Blues

    When Ernie Els won the US Open in 1997 at Congressional, par was 70 and the Blue Course was 7,213 yards long. This year, when they tee it up in June for the 2011 U.S...

    Mike Roozen Written by Mike Roozen about over 3 years ago 214 reads 0 comments

  22. Lee Westwood, Tiger Woods and Tom Lehman: The Long and Short of Being No. 1

    When Lee Westwood won his tournament overseas, and Luke Donald missed his chance at Harbor Town with iron shots that went limp, Lee rolled into The World No...

    Mike Roozen Written by Mike Roozen about over 3 years ago 124 reads 4 comments

  23. Ryan Anderson: Sack Artist Ready to Roll with Saban and Tide

    There's some big, great news coming Alabama's way next season with the signing of Ryan Anderson, a DE with some impressive numbers from his last season at Daphne High School in Alabama where he rolled up 75 tackles, 14...

    Mike Roozen Written by Mike Roozen about over 3 years ago 1,717 reads 7 comments

  24. Tiger Woods' Biggest Issues: 176th in Driving Accuracy, 121st in Putting Average

    Recent stats from the PGA Tour quantify the problems Tiger Woods is having in trying to re-establish his old winning ways...

    Mike Roozen Written by Mike Roozen about over 3 years ago 564 reads 0 comments

  25. Heritage Heroics: Winners Are Snedeker, Furyk and the Rules

    For Luke Donald, the Heritage Classic did not end with him No. 1 in the world and FedEx cup rankings, not to mention holding the winning check...

    Mike Roozen Written by Mike Roozen about over 3 years ago 329 reads 0 comments