Pro golfer, Tiger Woods, won his 15th major tournament this past week with his outstanding performance at the 2019 Masters. Tiger completely showed out be able to now boast one of, if not the greatest sports comeback in history. This comeback to the sport will go down in history for years to come. Tiger Woods is back from his retirement and winning the Masters is just the beginning. There’s so much more to come.
Tiger won the tournament boasting an impressive score of -13. Other notable golfers and their score in the tournament include Rory McIlroy with a score of -5 and coming in 21st place and Dustin Johnson who came extremely close to topping Tiger coming in second place with a score of -12. The whole tournament was very competitive with a lot of very good golfers all fighting for that top spot.
All of this was after Tiger Woods’ apparent retirement after his life was plagued with problems all ensuing from his affair while married. Tiger spent 11 years away from the sport in order to rebuild his life and get over his problems so he could in turn focus on the game more. Now he is back and looks as good as he used to which is incredible after such a long time from the game. After being asked whether he will continue to play and chase the current record of tournament wins of 18, Tiger answered, “It might be an option down the road.” Based on this statement we can continue to see him play and possible watch him chase these 3 more tournament wins in order to cement himself as the greatest golfer of all time.
Tiger Woods’ performance was historic, exciting, and emotional. His return to the game and comeback from 12th place to win the Masters was a roller coaster but he got it done. He fought his way back to the top and will hopefully continue to do so in order to break the record and go down as the best in history. This years Masters will be known as Tiger Woods’ welcome home party.
Just this past week the football world was shaken up with the surprising and abrupt end to the AAF season. Tom Dundon, the chairman of the AAF, has decided to suspend all football operations of the Alliance until further notice to the surprise and disbelief of many fans, coaches, and players. Although not fully being considered a fold, ProFootballTalk has released a statement saying it, “seems to be moving that way.” This unfortunate series of events is still underway and their seems to be no end in sight to the drama associated with these events. Continue reading AAF Suspends All Football Operations After Just 7 Weeks
The Reds have been on a steady decline since their win against the Pirates on Opening Day and this past series didn’t go any better. The Reds have suffered many shutout games already and the last series with the Pirates was no different. Their last game on Sunday started out with alot of hope until the top of the fourth came around. Continue reading Reds Losing Streak
Brandon Adams was a 21 year old Junior at Georgia Tech. On the evening of March 23rd Adams and some friends were reportedly walking around campus when he suddenly collapsed. He was rushed to the hospital by his friends where he arrived alive but then later was pronounced dead. Reports say that Adams and a group were practicing stepping in a garage, when they stopped for a water break and Adams collapsed out of nowhere hitting his head on the way down.
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Last night Russel Westbrook recorded the NBA’s second eve
r 20-20-20 Triple Double. The only other player to do this was Wilt Chamberlain in 1968. Russel Westbrook has been on fire since the All-Star break. Paul George has stepped out of the spotlight and Westbrook stepped in. He is almost averaging a Triple Double for his third season straight.
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The start of the 2019 Reds season mark’s many notable events. The first being that this year is the 150th season for the Reds, and for major league baseball, dating back to 1869. To commemorate a century in a half of Reds and major league baseball history in just about six months won’t be easy. Owner Bob Castellini has planned many things but the most notable will be the 15 retro uniforms the team will don throughout the season. From the Red Stockings days, to the Redlegs era and all the way up to present day uniforms the Reds will certainly be the best dressed team this year. Continue reading Opening Day
New York Giants general manager Dave Gettleman took the podium on Feb. 27 addressing the rumors swirling around their star wide receiver. The Giants signed Odell to a five year, $90 million extension in August 2018. “We didn’t sign Odell to trade him,” Gettleman said. On March 12, only 13 days later, the New York Giants traded Odell Beckham Jr. to the Cleveland Browns for first and third round picks and safety Jabrill Peppers.
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Weightlifting isn’t just about lifting heavyweights and pushing your body through extreme measures that
exceed your limits in the gym, you need a proper diet to get you through your workout. Continue reading Nutrition and weight management
The past week in the AAF was a very exciting one with lots of close games and upsets. As usual, there were two games on Saturday and two games on Sunday. The first game on Saturday was between the Birmingham Iron and the San Antonio Commanders. In a shocking turn of events, the Iron suffered their first loss to the Commanders. The Commanders overwhelmed the Iron with their amazing defense holding the team to no touchdowns until the final two minutes of the game. This defeat is monumental bringing the Iron to a 3-1 record and ruining their perfect season so far.
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In making this trade, the Steelers are passing up the opportunity to keep one of the five best wideouts in football on their roster. They cleared up $22.2 million of cap space for the opportunity to eat $21.1 million in dead money on their 2019 cap letting Antonio Brown play for someone else. Organizations only eat that sort of dead money when they have a player commit some serious off-field indiscretion or if they’re rebuilding and dumping underwater contracts from the previous regime.
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