I remember as a kid the pain I endured when having to remove a band-aid from a cut. In days past, the adhesive used was akin to crazy glue and once it was on your skin, it was near impossible to get off. So I would slowly, painstakingly, remove the band-aid and endure the excruciating pain (or at least as a kid it was excruciating). That was of course, until my mother showed me another solution. Ripping that sucker off in a flash! It was extremely painful, but only lasted for a couple of seconds!
The golfing world is a buzz with the news that Tiger Woods plans to make his return to golf after a year of rehabilitation. His initial steps back to competitive play will be at the Safeway Open, Oct. 13-16, at Silverado Resort and Spa in Napa, California. Now the discussions will start on why, not whether, this is good for golf.
I am not the biggest Woods fan and I am a bit skeptical that his return will do anything for golf. I understand he has seemingly limitless star power, however his brilliant light will only last so long if he cannot win early in his return. Continue reading