NORTH DAKOTA OUTDOORS AND BEYOND weekend Outdoors Live
Saturday at 5PM we'll talk some bighorn sheep with Brad Durick is putting on Catfish University he'll tell us what that's all about. Also Darrel Kersting from the ND Muzzleloaders Assocaiton has a rea... Posted on 2/19/10 at 10:43 PM
STAFF BLOG JAMESTOWN SPORTS Eldrick just can't buy a break
Tiger Woods has created the bed he now lies in, but the man is just trying to get a little help, a gate opens and a heads-up papparazzi is there for the kill.
The photo is alleged to be of Tiger at a ... Posted on 1/21/10 at 2:06 PM
NASCAR DAD Tiger Caught On Tape With Porn Queen
How low will Tiger get ? Lower than a snake ? He may know how to hit a little white ball, but in other areas he is a midget.... Posted on 12/16/09 at 6:18 PM
BETHESDA, Md. (AP) — The flight of his shot into the 18th green was so pure that Tiger Woods immediately started walking and twirled his club, knowing that it effectively wrapped up another win at the AT&T National. Making it even more special was the sound of thousands of fans at Congressional to see it.
DUBLIN, Ohio (AP) — Tiger Woods was at his best Sunday at the Memorial. He hit nearly every shot just the way he wanted, worked the gallery into a frenzy with one last charge over the final hour and left everyone buzzing — especially Jack Nicklaus — with a shot they will talk about for years.
Better yet was the timing of his 73rd win.
THOUSAND OAKS, Calif. (AP) — After going more than two years and 26 tournaments without a win, and after so much turmoil in his personal life and with his golf game, Tiger Woods stood over a 6-foot birdie putt Sunday to win the Chevron World Challenge and felt as though nothing had changed.
Tiger Woods said Friday he is taking an indefinite leave from golf to try to save his marriage, the biggest fallout yet from two shocking weeks filled with allegations of rampant extramarital affairs.
“I need to focus my attention on being a better husband, father, and person,” Woods said on his Web site.
By DOUG FERGUSON, AP Golf Writer
, December 12, 2009
In their own way, Jason Gore and Tiger Woods changed their fortunes Thursday at Bay Hill.
Gore was not seeing any results from an overhaul to his swing until he ran off three birdies over the final four holes for a 5-under 65 that gave him a one-shot lead in the Arnold Palmer Invitational.
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