A trip to Augusta for the Masters is on seemingly every male sports fan's bucket list, and I am no different. If I ever get the opportunity to swing on down to Augusta during that second week of April, you'd better believe I'll be there. However, I think my agenda would differ slightly from that of ... More >>
As our sister blog Eating... Our Words does, from time to time Rocks Off will be giving your our picks for the top taverns in various Houston-area neighborhoods. Of course, the lines can be porous, but here anything with a TABC license that cannot reasonably be considered either a restaurant, coffee ... More >>
If Mitt Romney won't tell you which need to be closed, we will.
A good walk ruinedA golfing foursome came upon an unexpected and highly unusual hazard as they approached the 15th hole at Corpus Christi's Oso Beach Municipal Golf Course Wednesday morning. The men -- all in their 60s and 70s -- would later tell police that just as they were preparing to tee ... More >>
Cue the pyro and short skirts....First, for those asking, my second annual recap of Jim Rome's Smack Off radio show will be up tomorrow sometime. If you missed my first one last year, it was a true tour de force. It, too, went up nearly four days after the actual event, so my procrastination ... More >>
So there you go. Tiger Woods is sorry. Or so he says. If we can sift through the 15 minutes where time stood still in sports bars around the country, if we can somehow ignore all of the "hostage crisis"-level coverage this is getting on CNN, ESPN, and the Oxygen Network, then we can all step ... More >>
Forget the money crunch, let's play golf
A well-meaning ode to golf's first legend ends up in the bunker
A media benefit helps a charity that's been questioned
For 14 years, Doug Sanders ran Houston's most celebrity-filled golf tournament. Then he was accused of sticking his hand in the till. Now he wants to come back.