Rory McIlroy: Tiger And Phil Are "Into The Back Nine Of Their Careers"

The Tour Championship begins today, and it's the first time since 1992 that neither Tiger Woods nor Phil Mickelson qualified. We are, by any reasonable observer, toward the tail-end of a generational torch-passing at the top. The world's No. 1 certainly qualifies as a reasonable observer. » 9/11/14 2:17pm Thursday 2:17pm

At Least The Tiger Woods Bullshit Machine Is As Healthy As Ever

So Tiger Woods backed out of the Masters this week after having a microdiscectomy operation on his spine. And, in accordance with how Tiger Woods conducts business, a gangbang of faceless agents and marketers came together on his behalf and posted a formal statement on his website about the withdrawal, which included… » 4/02/14 2:36pm 4/02/14 2:36pm

The Sports Illustrations Of Edel Rodriguez

Edel Rodriguez is an award-winning illustrator who uses a variety of materials to create graphic, colorful work that ranges from conceptual to portraiture and landscape. His illustrations are often sports related and have been regularly featured on the covers of TIME and Newsweek and in the pages of other magazines… » 3/06/14 12:50pm 3/06/14 12:50pm

Tiger Woods: Not A Huge Fan Of Adorable Baby Squirrels

At the Presidents Cup, Davis Love III has been carting around with a pet baby squirrel, which is pretty adorable. Lindsey Vonn, Olympic skier and current girlfriend of Tiger Woods, thought it would be a good idea to perch Love III's little buddy on her boyfriend's shoulder. Was Tiger feeling it? Tiger was not feeling… » 10/04/13 12:34pm 10/04/13 12:34pm

After "LEEROY JENKINS" Yell, Tiger Chips In For Birdie [UPDATE]

Whether you think a jeer of "Eat more chicken!" directed at Tiger Woods as he teed off at the 13th hole of Saturday's third round of the Bridgestone Invitational was racist or merely viral and awful Chick-Fil-A marketing (Update: Duh, it's "LEEROY JENKINS!"), it wasn't nearly as good as what Tiger did to follow it. » 8/03/13 4:57pm 8/03/13 4:57pm

It Took A While, But Michigan Decides That Fried Chicken Jokes Are Bad

On May 24, radio host and University of Michigan football announcer Frank Beckmann decided to take to The Detroit News to weigh in on Sergio Garcia's "fried chicken" comments about Tiger Woods. This didn't prove wise, because Beckmann came off as dumb, insensitive, and/or racist, which are generally bad things to be… » 5/30/13 10:47pm 5/30/13 10:47pm