The New York Post's famous Page Six spotted Tiger Woods at a Las Vegas hot spot over the weekend.
Tiger Woods is back on the prowl in Vegas. The fallen golf great was surveying bikini-clad girls at the Liquid Pool at Aria Resort and Casino on Saturday. Woods made a low-key entrance through the back door and relaxed in a cabana with a few male friends and “good-looking girls,” said witnesses. Soon a group of women began fighting to get his attention. One source said, “There was a frenzy . . . many girls were trying to get up to his cabana, but were unsuccessful.” Woods, coming off his worst performance ever at the Masters, “seemed to be more interested in the people he was with.”
I was absolutely knocked out by his 11-piece brass band backup sounds in “The Kings of Soul“ and the sweet soul voices of his backup singers singled out for the spotlight. Jon is a superstar who gives his all in concert and for a great cause.
It was the highpoint of an action-packed weekend of golf at Cascada with a private exhibition by Tiger, auctions, parties and poker with Phil Hellmuth, who also served as MC; Phil finished 2nd behind the legendary veteran Doyle Brunson in play. The Bravery entertained winners and sponsors at Moorea Beach Club, and MC Hammer hosted the Tiger Jam After Party at House of Blues.
Tiger was backstage at Mandalay Bay for the camera call casually dressed in a blue Hawaiian shirt, jeans and sneakers. He posed with a gleaming smile alongside Jon, “American Idol” Season 7 winner David Cook and Olympic champion skier Lindsey Vonn. David, who hails from Blue Springs, Mo., performed for 30 minutes before Tiger took the stage ahead of Jon. “Jon has done a lot for our foundation. We are thankful to him and to you all for your support.”
They were among six friends celebrating the May 5 wedding of buddy Donald Salsbery. [Murdock] Hampe said the group, some of whom had just learned how to golf, had a few drinks at a nearby bar and joined Salsbery for the mid-afternoon golf outing at his request. Hampe said none of them was intoxicated.
The other group — two older men and two older women — were golfing behind the partygoers, said witness Justin Ravel. Ravel, who saw the initial confrontation from the 18th tee, said one of the women told him they had become incensed with the younger golfers driving on the greens and holding up their game.
"She said they weren't playing the game right and that clearly ticked them [Hines' party] off," Ravel said.
Hines' arrest report said an argument between the groups involved the younger golfers driving, drinking and "malingering" on the greens.
But Hampe said his group was behaving under the watchful eye of a course ranger and had every right to be there. He said they were neither drunk nor driving recklessly.
"It's a public course and we paid just like everybody else," Hampe said.
Perhaps, though, this year's version of McIlroy was undercooked heading into the first major of the year. Certainly there was something missing when he was looking to build on promising opening rounds of 71 and 69. He followed them with scores of 77 and 76.
On a course where a lack of precision is usually brutally exposed there is little room for rustiness and this may have been the root cause behind such a disappointing Masters challenge.
McIlroy's light early season schedule has been tailored to make sure there is plenty in the tank for a more hectic remainder of the year.
His results, though, suggest that he benefits from playing consecutive weeks. In early March when he won the Honda Classic, McIlroy had reached the final of the WGC Matchplay just seven days earlier.
Phil Attinger of the (Lakeland) Ledger has the details
Miller went over to the edge of the water with a ball retriever tool, and found two balls that weren't his, so he turned to leave.Tweet of the Day
That's when the alligator launched at him from under the water and got him by his left knee.
"He lifted me up three feet and slammed me down," Miller said.
Price ran over and grabbed Miller under his shoulders while the animal was thrashing and pulling.
The other two golfers in the foursome ran over to help.
Miller said the animal took one look at him and clamped down harder.
"It was excruciating to say the least," Miller said.
As the animal started dragging Miller into the water, Miller prayed for a miracle.
He got one.
"He let me go," Miller said. "I was three feet from my life. He had me submerged up to my belt buckle. That was my miracle of the month."
Have no problem w @TigerWoods answering questions from fans but in no way should that replace an obligation to the media where he's playing
— Dan Hicks (@DanHicksNBC) April 30, 2012