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Friday, November 27, 2015


Kennedy addresses calling Rory McIlroy ‘leprechaun’

There's a #TeamCaro supporter at Fox News. (via @ScottLLove) — Chris Chaney (@Wrong_Fairway) July 6, 2015 Rory McIlroy’s participation in The Open Championship next week is in doubt after the world’s No. 1 ranked golfer suffered ligament damage in his ankle playing soccer over the weekend. While golf fans around the world would like…Read More

Rory McIlroy suffered injury in soccer game with friends

Rory McIlroy is almost certain to miss The Open Championship next week and likely be out longer than that after he suffered an injury while playing soccer with friends over the the weekend. McIlroy, who is still the top-ranked golfer in the world, announced the injury on Facebook Monday morning. “Total rupture of left ATFL…Read More

Bubba Watson to paint over Confederate flag on General Lee

When Bubba Watson started making all kinds of money on the PGA Tour several years ago, one of the first things he bought was the original General Lee car that was used in the “Dukes of Hazzard” TV series from the 1980s. A collector’s item like that is best kept in its original state, but…Read More

Report: Tiger Woods cheated on Lindsey Vonn with Amanda Dufner

Did Jason Dufner’s split with his wife Amanda have something to do with Tiger Woods? That’s what one popular gossip magazine would like us to believe. The National Enquirer is reporting that Woods, who recently broke up Olympic skier Lindsey Vonn, has been having an affair with Amanda Boyd for months. “Even though Tiger dated…Read More

Phil Mickelson probably didn’t commit crime even if he gambled

Phil Mickelson and his astronomical fortune have once again made headlines for the wrong reasons, but that doesn’t mean the five-time major champion is guilty of committing a crime. The latest alleged scandal involves an illegal gambling operation and $2.75 million of Mickelson’s money. Gregory Silveira, a 56-year-old former sports gambling handicapper, pleaded guilty last…Read More

Phil Mickelson linked to money laundering for sports gambling ring

Phil Mickelson has found his name linked to an illegal offshore gambling operation, as a report indicates that nearly $3 million of his money was transferred to an intermediary who pleaded guilty to money laundering last week. According to ESPN’s Outside the Lines, 56-year-old former sports gambling handicapper Gregory Silveira pleaded guilty to three counts…Read More

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