Tiger Woods Has Wheels Turning in the Right Direction
Heading to August, Georgia on Friday the buzz surrounding Tiger Woods was positive for the first time it what seemed like a century. Woods is currently the number one golfer in the land, however he is riding a cold streak the size of his home state. The California native is battling a 0-14 run in his last 14 major events after winning 14 of his previous 56 majors.
If the 2013 Masters was any indication, Woods appears to be back on his game. Although it was a weekend full of slow-playing and unfortunate bounces, Tiger was hit hard with some unlucky rolls and lies. The drama did not stop Tiger from competing with Adam Scott for another green jacket as he finished fourth in the tournament shooting a 70. Woods is accustomed to finishing in the top 10 in majors considering he has placed sixth or better in seven of his last 14 majors.
The PGA Tour is an incredibly difficult field and the dominance that we once saw from the likes of Woods and Nicklaus is undoubtedly something of the past. Now, 37 Woods remains the top golfer in the world, however the U.S Open will be the next opportunity for Tiger to break his ice cold streak.
Last year, Woods placed 21st in the U.S Open after not even playing in the event the previous year. 2008 was the last time that Tiger was victorious in the U.S Open when the legendary battle between he and Rocco Mediate took center stage. In 2006 Woods was cut from the U.S Open, but since then he has came on with a vengeance placing out of the top 10 just once.
Stetson vs Florida State | 2014-15 ACC Men's Basketball Highlights
Montay Brandon scored 17 points and Florida State won its third straight game as the Seminoles held off Stetson 63-59. Florida State improves to 7-5 on the year and has a full week off before hosting Florida on Tuesday, December 30. Read More
Northern Illinois vs Notre Dame | 2014-15 ACC Men's Basketball Highlights
All five Notre Dame starters scored in double-figures and lead the way to a convincing 91-66 win over Northern Illinois. Pat Connaughton led the Irish with 21 points and 10 rebounds while Zach Auguste and Demetrius Jackson each scored 16 points. No. 16 Notre Dame improves to 12-1 on the year. Read More
Colgate vs Syracuse | 2014-15 ACC Men's Basketball Highlights
Trevor Cooney poured in 20 points and Rakeem Christmas added 16 points and 11 rebounds as Syracuse downed Colgate 78-43. The Orange shot 10-20 from three-point range to improve to 6-4 this year. Read More
2014 Official Highlights | Georgia Tech WR DeAndre Smelter
DeAndre Smelter is the latest in the great line of supersized, super-athletic Georgia Tech wide receivers. Before suffering a season-ending injury against Georgia, Smelter led the Yellow Jackets with 35 catches, 715 receiving yards and 7 TD catches. Read More
2014 Official Highlights | Boston College QB Tyler Murphy
Only the incredible RBs James Conner & Duke Johnson rushed for more yards in the ACC this season than Eagles QB Tyler Murphy. He had over 1,000 yards and 10 rushing TDs. In fact, it took him only 9 games to break Doug Flutie’s Boston College record for career rushing yards by a QB. Read More
2014 Official Highlights | Miami WR Phillip Dorsett
There’s fast. And then there’s Phillip Dorsett. No one can keep up with him. And this year, he became Miami’s go-to receiver, leading the Hurricanes and the ACC with 9 TD catches and 26.6 yards per reception. Read More
PGA TOUR | Fred Funk's ace at Pacific Links is No. 3 shot of 2014
In the final round of the 2014 Pacific Links Hawai'i Championship, Fred Funk gets a hole-in-one on the par-3 16th hole. Read More
PGA TOUR | Bernhard Langer's incredible approach at the Senior Players is No. 4 shot of 2014
In the final round of the 2014 Constellation Senior Players Championship, Bernhard Langer hit a tough approach shot on the 2nd playoff hole within 5 feet and would hole his putt for birdie to win his third Champions Tour major. Read More
PGA TOUR | Fred Couples' amazing chip-in at the Shaw Charity Classic is No. 2 shot of 2014
In the final round of the 2014 Shaw Charity Classic, Fred Couples holes his third shot on the par-5 18th hole to tie the lead and then would come inches to holing out once again on the first playoff hole. Read More