Happy 4th of July! Welcome to the debut of Ice Time with the "Ice Man" Brandon Cohn. Today's topics include City Council's recent decision to build a minor league baseball stadium downtown, Tiger Woods' 3 PGA Tour victories this year, NBA free agency, Spain winning the European Championship, Nevada reviewing the Bradley vs
It wasn't that long ago when Tiger Woods was considered to be the best golfer in the world. Everything changed drastically when Woods had reconstructive ACL surgery on his left knee in 2008, and got divorced a couple of years after that.
Veteran pitcher Josh Beckett ruffled some feathers in Boston when he recently played golf on his off day. Beckett was scheduled to start the night before, but was a late scratch with a sore lat. This may not have been a major issue in the Boston media if Beckett wasn't the perceived ring leader of a pitching staff that played video games, drank beer, and ate fried chicken while the Red Sox burned last September
Good ol' boy, Bubba Watson, is your 2012 Master's Champion, winning his first major in dramatic fashion over that South African guy with the ears who's name we won't even try to spell or pronounce. Everybody loves Bubba, in part because he's not the type to snap after making a bad shot and kick his clubs around the hallowed grounds of Augusta National. In fact, he's laid back enough to make ridiculous videos about golfing boy bands with his buddies, Ben Crane, Rickie Fowler and Hunter Mahan.
Future hall of fame pitcher John Smoltz has an amazing piece of property in Alpharetta, Georgia. The house is cool, but it his backyard that is truly a sportsman's paradise. His huge backyard in the Georgia country features a golf course, baseball diamond, football field, stocked pond, jogging trails, and tennis court
The Masters is all about tradition, and one of the traditions in practice rounds is skipping a ball across the pond on the 16th hole. It won't count when golf's first major kicks off Thursday, but how about this shot for a hole-in-one?!
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