The next person who runs for president of the United States should brush up on foreign policy, public speaking, the law, and his or her golf swing, writes Grant Miller. According to the New York Post, 16 of the 18 elections since World War II had a golfer beat a non-golfer in the polls. Harry Truman and Jimmy Carter are… Read more →
These days Woods is a shadow of his former self, a broken legend hoping for one last bit of glory. If a young McIlroy saw this side of Eldrick, it’s unlikely that he’d want the same for himself, writes Mike Taylor.