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HumorThe Minnesota Vikings visit the Philadelphia Eagles in the 2018 NFC Championship Game aka Curse Bowl I. Why? Because both jinxed teams have a legacy of sorrow. Neither team has won the Supr Bowl despite some close calls and soul-shattering moments. Philly's last Super Bowl appearance was in 2005 and they once lost three of four NFC Championships. In the '70s, the Vikings lost four Super Bowls. Randall Cunningham, Donovan McNabb, Gary Anderson, and Blair Walsh all know too well about the curse.
HumorWe compared Dustin Johnson's 433-yard tee shot at Kapalua to other astoundingly lengthy feats in sports.
HumorAlex Myers discuses DJ's near hole-in-one on a 430-yard hole in Hawaii.
HumorAlex Myers discusses the three-time major champ getting engaged and making an unusual hole-in-one.
News & ToursBillionaire Charles Cohen built 39 acres of golf greens and holes in his own backyard with the help of golf course architect Michael Lehrer. The yard features 10 pins, 70 target combinations, 3 sand traps, tee markers, ball washer, one green that covers 11,000 square feet of artificial turf, man-made waterfalls, and 7 tee boxes. Lehrer uses 180 tons of crushed rock to shape the green then 10 tons of stone dust to smooth the surface. All told, the course cost Cohen between $100,000 - $200,000.
HumorThe NHL Winter Classic has become one of hockey's best traditions, but it's time to start thinking about some truly unique venues.
HumorAlex Myers discusses Tiger Woods' successful return to golf after a fourth back surgery and a 10-month layoff.
News & ToursThe Arnie Award is the highest honor given by Golf Digest to golfers who give back. Check out the 2018 recipients. Presented by AT&T.
HumorWith Tiger Woods' highly anticipated return to golf at the 2017 Hero World Challenge just around the corner, we review the ups and downs that fans face during a Tiger rally.
HumorAlex Myers discusses the five best season-long prop bets surrounding Tiger Woods' return to golf.
News & ToursAlex Myers discusses the people -- and teams -- behind some of the most embarrassing sports moments of the past year.
HumorAlex Myers discusses LeBron leading the Cleveland Cavaliers on a team bonding excursion in the bowels of Manhattan.