Nathaniel Turner, on fathers, sons, and granting a mulligan.
Making a few mistakes in personal life and on the golf course doesn’t stop Tiger Woods from giving support to a teenager who needs it. Tiger Woods recently offered his support to a young fan, Dillon, who was dealing with being bullied and feeling isolated, because of his stutter. Tiger wrote him the following : […]
Masters champion Jordan Spieth takes centre stage this week, alongside him Messrs Woods and Nicklaus, as David Packman looks back at last week’s memorable sporting quotes. (April 9-15)
To err is human, but that doesn’t make what happened in Indianapolis at the NCAA Men’s Basketball National Championship Game any easier. The Friday Sports Dump is here to review the week and give it to you straight.
Djokovic and Jeter are just some of the names in the spotlight as we look at the most memorable quotes from the world of sport in the past week. (April 2-8) ___ World No.1 Novak Djokovic led the way this week after his surprise at being labelled a veteran. He’s only 27-years-old, but the […]
It takes more than grit to win The Masters, and it’s more specific than it used to be. Adam Crawford predicts who will win and why it matters.
Tiger Woods has been trying to glue his legacy back together for almost six years. Is it time the glue set?
Adam Crawford explains how the theme of redemption runs through the core of the sport of golf and why that attracts us to the game.
He’s been called the Jackie Robinson of golf.
In this new regular weekly feature, The Good Men Project Sports team will take a look at the top ten most memorable quotes from the world of sport in the past week.
From Caddyshack to Happy Gilmore. From Tiger to the Golden Bear. From Augusta to Pebble Beach. Wai Sallas, on Golf.
Michelle Wie’s critics forgot all along that she was only a young person struggling with the same issues all young people struggle with, namely becoming an adult. Now that she has, Liam Day believes she could be on the brink of the greatness every assumed for her when she was 13.
Members of the LPGA are rightly protesting Golf Digest’s decision to put non-golfer Paulina Gretzky on its cover. Liam Day believes it says as much about the sorry state of golf as it does about the continuing sexism in the publishing world.
Tim O’Connor examines how Jason Dufner’s PGA Championship victory proved once again that to win spectacularly at most anything, you had to have failed spectacularly.
What the Anthony Weiner scandal teaches us about cheating and power dynamics between the sexes in America.
In the second of three reports, Drew Williamson gives us his take on The Masters early rounds.