8:30 PMGregg Bell of the Tacoma News-Tribune reports that nobody at Pete Carroll's Monday press conference mentioned that the Seattle Seahawks coach turned 63 years old today. The Seahawks lost to the San Diego Chargers 30-21 the day before.
It was The Fart Heard ‘Round The World — for a few minutes, at least — delighting children and adults alike and reminding all of us that even Tiger Woods is human. But video footage of Woods letting one rip at the Buick Open on Sunday lasted on the Internets about as long as the flatulence itself, as nervous PGA officials immediately yanked it off of YouTube.
(Dangerous carbon emissions from Buick)
If you were one of the lucky ones who saw the video before the PGA tossed its big, wet blanket, you heard Woods blast one on the final hole (so to speak), as he won the tournament by three strokes. Woods and caddy Steve Williams can immediately be seen laughing (photo above), and in my opinion Woods should have been penalized a stroke for failing to provide a courtesy cough. But if history has taught us anything, it’s that it’s never the fart itself that causes the problem. It’s the ensuing coverup. Read more…
This year’s Buick Open, which is sponsored by one of the lamest car brands on the planet and which needed to be given unholy amounts of money just in order to stay in existence, was won by Tiger Woods over a group of golfers that nobody has ever heard of.
(Tiger, seen here hitting a ball so hard it exploded.)
The Open was held at Warwick Hills, a golf course that’s so special the tournament’s never coming back. Woods was faced with the Herculean task of holding off such vaunted players as Roland Thatcher, Greg Chalmers, and Crotcho Stankfungus. Amazingly, only the last name is made up.
It’s pretty clear at this moment that John Daly is a modern day George Washington Carver, in that he finds all sorts of ways to take a beer can and use it in everyday life. Art decor! A makeshift carnival game! You can .. um .. drink them! And now Daly shows his latest use:
Via FANHOUSE, Daly was paired up with the skeletal crooner Kid Rock at the Buick Open Pro-Am in Michigan and showed the crowd that, yes, you can use a beer can as a golf tee. Read more…