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Today’s Tavistock Cup TV times and teams – Set your DVR

Written by: Tony Korologos | Monday, March 14th, 2011
Categories: European TourPGA TourPro GolfTiger Woods

The Tavistock Cup is on today.  Set your DVR before you head out to work!

12:00-5:00pm ET Golf Channel
7:00-9:00pm ET Golf Channel

Team Albany

Tim Clark, Ernie Els, Trevor Immelman, Ian Poulter, Justin Rose and Tiger Woods

Team Isleworth

Robert Allenby, Stuart Appleby, Brian Davis, J.B. Holmes, Sean O’Hair and Lee Janzen

Team Lake Nona

Ross Fisher, Retief Goosen, Peter Hanson, Graeme McDowell, Henrik Stenson and Oliver Wilson

Team Queenwood

Thomas Bjorn, Darren Clarke, David Howell, Soren Kjeldsen, Paul McGinley and Adam Scott

Tiger Woods commits to WGC Championship at Doral next week

Written by: Tony Korologos | Wednesday, March 2nd, 2011
Categories: PGA TourTiger Woods
Tiger Woods

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Golf scribes, Tiger Woods fans and Tiger Woods haters are all excited now. Tiger has confirmed that he’ll play in the WGC Championship at Doral next week.

How do you think Tiger will finish? Or perhaps I should ask first if you think Tiger will make the cut?

Before you haters write Tiger off, consider that he has won this event six times…

Wednesday Accenture Matchplay Live Blog

Written by: Tony Korologos | Wednesday, February 23rd, 2011
Categories: PGA TourPro GolfTiger Woods

7:59PM ET

Justin Rose missed a birdie to win the match but Zach Johnson still had to make a par putt from about 10 feet to extend the match to the 18th hole.  No go.  Justin Rose beats Zack and my final picks total is 22/32.

7:45PM ET

Justin Rose is still 1up, both players are in the fairway at the par-4 17th.

7:29PM ET

The only match left is Zach Johnson vs Justin Rose.  My pick is Zach and if he wins I’ll be 23/32.

The match is currently through 15 holes and Justin Rose is 1up.  Go Zach!

7:15PM ET

Tiger’s former coach Hank Haney tweets this:

“For all the talk of Tiger’s poor driving the last 6 years I have never seen him drive it out of play with a match or tournament on the line.”

I tweet this back to Hank:

Wasn’t that a 3-metal too, to keep it in play?

Hank tweets back to me:

@HOGGOLFBLOG it was a 3 wood but when u hit it 285 it isn’t automatic at all


Tiger Woods apologizes for spitgate via twitter

Written by: Tony Korologos | Monday, February 14th, 2011
Categories: European TourTiger Woods

Tiger has issued an apology via Twitter for the spitting incident in Dubai yesterday, where he was fined by the European Tour.

The Euro Tour is right – it was inconsiderate to spit like that and I know better. Just wasn’t thinking and want to say I’m sorry. ~Tiger Woods

Tiger Woods Apology via twitterThat was the right thing to do…

Tiger Woods fined for spitting. Though finishing with a 75, he’s the real winner in Dubai.

Written by: Tony Korologos | Monday, February 14th, 2011
Categories: European TourPro GolfTiger Woods
Tiger Woods spitting in Dubai

Tiger Woods spits on the 12th hole in Dubai.

Tiger Woods must have learned some spitting techniques from Sergio Garcia.  He spit on the #12 hole in Dubai and was subsequently fined by the European Tour.  The amount of the fine will not be reported, but I’m guessing TW can afford it.

“Tournament director Mike Stewart has reviewed the incident and feels there has been a breach of the tour code of conduct and consequently Tiger Woods will be fined.” ~European Tour statement

Apparently Tiger was spitting up a storm while moving himself from one shot behind the lead to a final positions of seven shots back with a final round 75.

“You look at his work ethics and he is a credit to the game and an inspiration to all of those who are trying to become professional golfers.  But there are some parts of him that are just arrogant and petulant.  Somebody now has to come behind him and maybe putt over his spit. It does not get much lower than that.” ~Sky Sports announcer Ewen Murray.

Tiger is the real winner in Dubai

Why is Tiger the real winner in Dubai?  First, it was reported that he pocketed about $55 million for his fees for the billion dollar golf development in Dubai.  It was announced last week that the development was halted due to the economic conditions and the golf course would “return to sand.”

Tiger is also the winner of the tournament because of his $3 million appearance fee.  His appearance fee is far greater than the winner’s check, and is more than half of the total purse for the tournament.

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