Charlie Woods, Tiger Woods’ son, won his first-ever Florida high school state golf tournament last Wednesday, something that his father never had the opportunity to win. According to CBS News, the Benjamin School freshman helped his boy’s team secure his school’s fourth title at Mission Inn Resort and Club in Howey-in-the-Hills, Florida. Woods managed to get […]
The 2023 PGA Ryder Cup has seen rather poor viewership in the US compared to the previous year. According to NBC, coverage of the event hit an average of 1.41 million viewers on Saturday and 1.32 million viewers on Sunday. While in 2018 the event had attracted over 4 million viewers combined. One possible contribution […]
Mcilroy, the 34-year-old Northern Irishman containing four major championships, maintained silence with the media after a chip shot on the final hole at US Open.
It’s 2023 U.S. Open week with Los Angeles Country Club welcoming the third major championship of the year Monday. What is already a significant event has quickly become one of the most anticipated championships in recent memory due to the introduction of a new venue, the rise of superstars like Brooks Koepka, Jon Rahm and […]
The PGA Tour, DP World Tour, and the LIV Golf League, which have been embroiled in a bitter legal battle for more than a year, have agreed to merge and move forward in a larger commercial business.
Amy Olson’s qualification for the Women’s U.S. Open was a special moment in more ways than one. The golfer and her husband revealed they are expecting their first child in September, two months after the major in July at Pebble Beach. Olson will be seven months pregnant at the U.S. Open.
With a flawless performance at the NCAA Championships, the 19-year-old Stanford sophomore, Rose Zhang, defended her National Championship crown in Arizona to become the first women’s golfer in history to win back-to-back individual national titles.
Following his withdrawal from The Masters, it was confirmed that Tiger Woods had undergone a “successful” ankle surgery but could be out for at least six months. Sports fans begin to question his future in the game, with Woods himself feeling unsure about how much longer he can continue.
One week after Tiger Woods’s ex-girlfriend, Erica Herman, filed a lawsuit seeking to nullify an NDA she signed while working for Tiger Woods; the golfer filed a motion to compel arbitration. Herman is also suing Woods for $30 million, claiming that she was locked out of their shared home in Florida.
John Hawkins questions whether any golf telecasts may be managed in a similar manner in a changing economic environment, given that ESPN is once again handling the Australian Open tennis major remotely. There is no denying COVID-19’s enormous impact on modern history, even though the market for facial masks has finally slowed to a crawl. While the pandemic’s impact on the competitive aspect of sports appears to have come and gone, the way those athletic competitions are presented to the general public remains a fluid scenario. Its impacts are everywhere, some of which are easy to spot and others difficult to define.
The steadily increasing animosity between the LIV Golf series and PGA Tour has prompted pro golf player, Tiger Woods, to take a stance during a recent press conference. During the conference, Woods was asked whether he believed that the two organizations could once again peacefully co-exist, to which Woods responded, “Not right now, not with their leadership, not with Greg there and his animosity towards the Tour itself. I don’t see that happening.”
Being able to find women’s sports is going to be much easier now. The first-ever network to focus on female athletes, the Women’s Sports Network, launched Wednesday, offering 24/7 streaming of original programming, competitions, documentaries and a daily studio show “Game On.” This network is free and ad-supported. It is featured on streaming services including Amazon.com’s Freevee, Fox Corp.-owned Tubi, FuboTV, and smart TVs. The Women’s Sports Network comes at a time when investment and viewership numbers for women’s sports are on the rise, yet women only receive a small fraction of media coverage.