News for Wednesday, September 30, 2009
on how Tiger Woods has surpassed the $1 billion career earnings mark.
Tiger Woods’s $10 million FedEx Cup bonus put him over the $1 billion career earnings mark (including prize money, appearance fees, endorsements, bonuses and his golf course design business), according to a Sept. 29 report on Forbes.com.
Big breaking news here: The Oct. 19 “Bodies” issue of ESPN the Magazine will not feature Tiger Woods – at least not without clothes on.
Greg Norman is expected to wear a sling at next week’s Presidents Cup after undergoing an arthroscopic procedure on his right shoulder Wednesday at the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center, according to a release on his Web site.
Dustin Johnson loves the forecast for the Turning Stone Resort Championship: Rain on three of the next four days.
reports that the Navistar LPGA Classic, which begins Oct. 1, will return for a fourth year.
The Navistar LPGA Classic, which begins Oct. 1, will return for a fourth year, the LPGA has announced.
Golf association battle
Over the last 110 years, the Southern California Golf Association has built itself into one of the largest, most esteemed golf associations in the country. And now it suddenly has a rival, writes James Achenbach. Meet the California State Golf Association.
asks: From whom would you rather get a putting lesson – Tiger Woods or Dave Stockton?
Last week, of course, could have been called Putting Tip Week on the PGA Tour. Sean O’Hair got a putting tip from Tiger Woods and contended. Phil Mickelson won after getting a putting lesson from Dave Stockton.
It’s Race to Dubai time
Padraig Harrington rest after the FedEx Cup playoffs? Come on now. It’s Race to Dubai time, writes Alistair Tait. You didn’t forget, did you?
FedEx Cup feelings
What do Tiger Woods, Phil Mickelson, Kenny Perry, Jerry Rice, white belts, range balls, Dwight Eisenhower, Babe Ruth and the Chicago Cubs have in common? They’re all mentioned in this column. Jeff Rude explains.
Opened the front door of the house this morning just outside Orlando and it was cool and crisp, a perfect 68 degrees. A sign that finally, autumn is here!
says Tiger Woods might be tired after playing four tournaments in five weeks, but his bank account sure is feeling fine.
Tiger Woods might be tired after playing four tournaments in five weeks, but his bank account sure is feeling fine. Jim McCabe explains.
Phil Mickelson will play in next month’s Singapore Open.