On Thursday Tiger Woods posted an end-of-the year blog on his website. As always, it’s downright riveting! OK, fine, he goes in-depth about supporting his girlfriend Lindsey Vonn in her upcoming Olympic campaign.
He talks about how his tourney the World Challenge is moving to Isleworth next year and thanks Sherwood for all the good times. Woods is “really looking forward” to next year, particularly since he’s found a new driver:
Tiger Woods and Lindsey Vonn attended the Denver Broncos game for Sunday night football and watched from the sidelines. We know this because they got a lot of camera time on TV, which means it was also a free-for-all with screenshots and GIFs. There are quite a few fun(ny) ones.
Please give ‘em your best caption — I’d like some entertainment. Thanks!
Tiger Woods has some downtime before his tournament, the World Challenge, the first week of December, and it seems he’s been spotted hitting the slopes with Olympic skier girlfriend Lindsey Vonn in Breckenridge, Colorado, on Wednesday.
The guys over at Pardon the Interruption had some fun on Halloween, with co-hosts Tony Kornheiser and Mike Wilbon dressing up as Lindsey Vonn and Tiger Woods, respectively.
I must say the ESPN panelists make a lovely couple, particularly dressed up as the Olympic champion skier and the 14-time major champion golfer. I mean, who couldn’t imagine Kornheiser as a ski bunny?!?
Even Lindsey and Woods chimed in with their thoughts:
Before we wrap up this year’s edition of the Presidents Cup, let’s take a look at some of Sunday’s best moments, along with random yet interesting tidbits from behind the scenes.
First of all, let’s take a moment and give the organizers of the tournament a round of applause for getting the matches finished not only on Sunday, but *early*in the afternoon. Who would have thunk? *Golf claps*
As I said earlier today, I hoped the Internationals would turn the momentum to their favor after the weather delay, and indeed, that’s exactly what happened. At the much-needed timeout for the International team, they were down to the seemingly indomitable Americans in five matches and all square in one of them. It wasn’t looking good.
In fact, it seemed fathomable that the Presidents Cup would be clinched by the U.S. before Sunday Singles rolled around. Not so fast! I watched the first two matches finish on 18, and boy, the atmosphere was electric and you could feel the energy of the International team, which, no doubt, has a ton of heart.