Brandel Chamblee goes all Black drinking fountain – White drinking fountain on Tiger Woods at the Ryder Cup.
“He moved Tiger Woods to the back of the bus…So to speak” love the “so to speak” recovery right there.
Just moved tiger to the back of the bus… Bubba and Freddy Couples riding shotgun.
During a practice round for the Ryder Cup, a Tiger Woods tee shot went wild and conked a fan on the head.
The drive came on No. 18 at Medinah Country Club outside of Chicago.
The spectator told Woods that it wasn’t his fault but Woods drew a laugh by saying yes it was. Woods ended up signing a glove for the fan who had been knocked out cold and taken to first aid.Tiger knocked a fan out today with a rogue drive of the 18th hole… He’s just crushing fans and starting early at the Ryder Cup. We all love to see people get hit with golf balls.. its an American pastime. Tiger is honing his skill and clearly in great strides. Today he KNOCKED SOMEONE OUT COLD… laughed and then signed a glove. I love Tiger, but is there any human we love to watch meltdown more?
It sure seems like we are over the NHL, if not.. we are well into the pathway there. At this time, NHL training camps are supposed to begin bringing back players from all over the world to their in season homes. As a fan its almost as if the 3rd time is a charm rule comes into play. Lock us out once okay 2nd time a whole season was rough however, we bounced back… but this third time … fuck it, why bother let the NHL fade, we’ll stick to our ponds and rinks and NHL 13. At this point we are just sick of the dramatics. I understand both sides are there to do a job and fight for what belongs to them which when put like that does not seem to lead to a satisfactory outcome.
With Sweden opening its doors to NHL athletes as well as many other countries its hard to see athletes who play in the NHL wouldn’t travel abroad mostly back to their home countries. The countdown has begun to when the lockout will end but when it does end will it be too late. A Grimm outlook to have but the NHL’s future is not looking too bright.