In fact, he said Monday that he didn't even give Olympic golf a chance to win him over -- he refused to watch it at all. "I didn't watch golf. I'd rather watch the sports that should be in the Olympics," he said. "I'd rather watch the athletes who train for four years for that one week. Johnson was not happy with the way the Olympics affected the pros' schedule this summer and said he might support Olympic golf if amateurs played and if the tournament existed in a team format.
Tiger Woods is coming back "in the future." He said so himself. ESPN SportsCenter anchor Scott Van Pelt was a guest on Pardon My Take, and as is often the case on the show, the co-hosts "Big Cat" and "PFT Commenter" had Van Pelt call the most famous person in his phone. After the first call went unanswered, Woods called Van Pelt back.
Rory McIlroy may have a Scotty Cameron putter in the bag this week at The Barclays, but he's not making any major equipment moves yet. Following Nike's announcement that the athletic giant is getting out of the equipment game, McIlroy confirmed Wednesday that he's switched out his Nike Method Origin putter.