Tiger Woods' fitness regimen; Nielsen wins Commerce Bank Championship
ESPN.com today published an excerpt from the August issue of Men’s Fitness detailing the workout regimen that has helped Tiger Woods gain nearly 30 pounds of muscle since he joined the PGA Tour in 1996. Woods works out five or six days a week, with each session lasting between two to three hours. Each workout includes extensive stretching and high-repetition weight training …
Lonnie Nielsen got his first Champions Tour win last weekend at the Commerce Bank Championship. He defeated Loren Roberts by two strokes in his 92nd start on the tour …
“One-for-92, huh?” he told reporters. “That’s better than 0-for-92.”
In the TravelGolf.com This Week podcast, host Dave Berner talks about his experience designing a hole at the new Blackstone Golf Club, located just outside Chicago.
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