For many years, Tiger Woods was the definition of toxic masculinity. The womanizing, the wild partying – he was the definition of toxic masculinity.
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)
The most magical week in golf is almost upon us. We want to know, “What’s your favorite Masters Memory?” — The Masters is the most storied tournament in golf. It’s tournament history may not go back as far as The Open Championship, U.S. Open, or the National Amateur Championships, but there’s just something about…
Want It! See It! Get It! Shiney Sparks explains how to visualize your way to success, just like a world class athlete.
Rotary has masterminded perhaps the largest polio awareness initiative of all-time. It just broke the Guinness World Record, and there’s still time to be part of it.
Alan Bishop has a solution to all of the negative excuses that prevent us from getting what we really want: Kill the quitter inside you.
In the second of three reports, Drew Williamson gives us his take on The Masters early rounds.
With his win at Bay Hill yesterday, Tiger Woods ascended to #1 in the world for the first time since that fateful Thanksgiving weekend. Here, we rerun an article that ran last year after Tiger’s first tournament win in 30 months.
Former pro athlete Liam Day believes that despite the sex scandal, Tiger Woods is mentally the toughest athlete he’s ever seen, and that the moral tension surrounding the star will be good for the sport.