Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson raised $800,000 for charitable causes through side bets that, like Charles Barkley’s commentary, were supposed to make their $9 million golf match more interesting.
Just when you thought the $9 million, winner-take-all, made-for-pay TV golf match between Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson couldn’t get any more surreal it did.
Nate Schmidt has returned to the Golden Knights and the team is better for it, but perhaps no individual will benefit from his presence more than Miller, whose first goal of the season on Friday finished the scoring of a 2-0 victory against Calgary.
One of the main problems with UNLV athletics, perhaps the central one, is the fact it either doesn’t realize or accept its place in today’s world of collegiate athletics.
Eric Wynalda showed a reporter a cellphone video he had recorded in the wee hours of Nov. 9. It showed a red fireball moving toward his home in the hills above Ventura County, California.
The Vegas Golden Knights returned home Wednesday night to a place they more than owned last season for a game in a division they more than dominated, staying true to form by beating Anaheim 5-0.
Cameron Champ trails co-leaders Bryson DeChambeau and Peter Uihlein by three shots heading into the final round of the Shriners Hospitals for Children Open, but he’s the leader in the clubhouse as far as oohs and aahs for the way he strikes a golf ball.
Unless you count the Shriners who wandered inside the ropes to retrieve wind blown fezzes, Kenny Perry was the oldest guy on the golf course Thursday when the Shriners Hospitals for Children Open began at TPC Summerlin.