Liguori: Tiger Woods Admits For First Time His Career May Be OverIt was certainly a different sounding Tiger Woods, one more resigned to the fact that his competitive playing days are probably over.
Liguori: World Golf Hall Of Fame Inductions Hit The Big AppleThe World Golf Hall of Fame inductions were held in New York City for the first time ever Tuesday.
Liguori: Themes Of Re-Emergence Dominate Story Lines At US OpenThis US Open was one of hope, dreams, emergence, re-emergence, overcoming obstacles, and fine sportsmanship. The story lines were endless, making it a most unique and fascinating major championship.
Liguori: The Red, White And Blue Rules On Women's Side Of US OpenThe youth movement in the women’s game has been served.
Liguori: Venus Provides Plenty Of Inspiration At The US OpenVenus Williams has been a role model for years. Playing in her 19th US Open, the 37-year-old continues to impress on and off the court.
Liguori: 2 American Women Already In US Open Quarters, 3 More Will Try On Labor DayIt’s Labor Day, and I can’t think of a better time to appreciate the high-achieving efforts of several of the young American women this year at the US Open.
Liguori: Rafael Nadal Is A Ball Of Nervous Energy Out ThereAs much as I’ve respected Rafael Nadal all these years -- he’s a legend as a player and an absolute gentleman -- he’s interesting to watch in a different kind of way due to the numerous nervous habits that accompany him on the court.
Liguori: Sharapova's Incredible Effort Starts US Open Off With A BangThe quality of the Maria Sharapova-Simona Halep match shows the US Open should be fine, despite several stars missing the tournament.