I suspect we're all familiar with the ''Real Sports'' program that's a long-running staple on HBO.
Recently, HBO rival Showtime has gotten into the act with a program called ''60 Minutes Sports'' that is, as its name suggests, a sports magazine show based on ''60 Minutes'' and produced by the ''60 Minutes'' production group.
The fourth episode of this program debuts on Wednesday, and will feature a segment on golf course designer Pete Dye.
If you're a major golf equipment company, the Shell Houston Open surely left you with mixed feelings.
D.A. Points waited out a long rain delay Sunday afternoon, then grinded out a one-shot victory that also earned him a spot in the Masters. In his bag was a mix of clubs from TaylorMade and Ping – but most of those clubs were several years old.
This week just past was one of the most unique of the entire golf season. The reason: Two big-time pro golf tours played an event at the same time in the same city.
The setting was exotic Agadir, Morocco. The European Tour staged its Hassan II Trophy at Golf du Palais Royal, while the Ladies European Tour put on its Lalla Meryem Cup at nearby Golf de'l Ocean. It happened because both were sponsored by Morocco's Hassan II Golf Trophy Association.
I had some real work to do tonight, but I couldn't quit looking at all the Internet photos of people Dufnering. After that hilarious photo of Jason Dufner slumping on the floor in a grade-school classroom went viral on Thursday, people from Luke Donald to Rory McIlroy to Bubba Watson to Rickie Fowler to everyday golfers far and wide began posting their own photos of themselves, celebrities and even animals engaging in the Internet's latest craze.
With so many big college basketball games in such a short period of time these days, it's a little difficult to keep up with exactly who's beating whom.
One of the biggest upsets of the NCAA tournament so far was Friday's loss by vaunted Georgetown to upstart Florida Gulf Coast. One newspaper's proofreader clearly had his eye on the little white ball instead of the big orange one, though, as the headline above shows.