Are we havin' fun yet.
- Geek & Sci-Fi
Hidden among the spectators at The Masters is the famous Where's Waldo. Some are easier than others but we snagged a few for you to test out your hunting skills.
I may or may not have a Google news alert set for â€śPaulina Gretzky wearing tank tops in publicâ€ť, but it worked in my favor today because Wayne Gretzkyâ€™s pride and joy is currently running around Augusta National supporting her boyfriend Dustin Johnson.
Rory McIlroy and Caroline Wozniacki are in love, and they aren't afraid to show it.
Back in January, when he was still just a golfer with no green jacket in his closet, Bubba Watson attended a huge car show and auction in Scottsdale, Arizona â€“ or Snottsdale as my dad calls it â€“ and he ended up leaving with his wallet $110,000 lighter.
This 40-year old guy was arrested at the Masters on Sunday.
I don't know, that shot to the twisty lighthouse looks fake.
That soreness in your throat is probably from the golfing world trying to force-feed you gratuitous helpings of US Open champ Rory McIlroy.
Despite blowing his lead at the Masters last weekend, 21-year old Rory McIlroy is back in the swing of things *punches self in nuts* leading after almost two rounds at the Malaysian Open.
South African Charl Schwartzel won his first major ever at Augusta National yesterday, and now everyone is p:ssed because nobody has ever heard of this guy.
Jim Nantz of CBS Sports is a lot of things, unlike Saskatchewan-based restauranteur Jim Nance, who I find to be one-dimensional and pithy.
Apparently we never got around to mentioning that Tiki Barber is dumping his Asian wife for a white girl, partly because of my travel schedule, and partly because Tiki is the black Paris Hilton.
Sunday capped off an impressive day of golf at The Masters, one that saw that one guy that doesn't cut his hair win his third green jacket at Augusta National.
The Cessna airplane that was flying the friendly skies over Augusta National yesterday with clever messages directed at Tiger Woods trailing behind it will not be hovering over the course today as it has been grounded by the FAA for some "needed repairs.