Golf is our business.

We believe golf is meant to be enjoyed through celebrating those who make this game great. Take a look around.

Presidents Cup: USA Wins While Adam Scott Loses

Well, talk about a writing mistake when it comes to predicting the resurgence of a career for one of the world's most popular golfers.

The United States won yet another Presidents Cup title today when Tiger Woods sank a clutch putt to finish off his match again Y.E. Yang, surprising about 3 people in the golfing world in the process. While the International team had little chance at winning the Cup this year, many golf fans were hoping for a strong showing from the struggling Adam Scott (well, maybe I should say *I* was hoping for Scott to finally show why he was the #3 ranked golfer in the world at one point in his career). Alas, Scott managed to not only show that Greg Norman is a poor judge of talent, but Adam Scott should also seriously consider a career change if this level of play is to continue for the young golf hopeful.

Scott finished with a Presidents Cup record of 1-4 (0-2 in Four-Ball, 1-1 in Foursomes, and 0-1 in Singles) to show International captain Greg Norman exactly what this special captain's choice meant to him. For the only sake of comparison, the other Norman pick (Ryo Ishikawa) finished 3-2 while grabbing the attention of the golf world by his flashes of brilliance and poise in the wake of an American beat-down.

What does this mean for the future of the once-heralded Adam Scott? Only time will tell for sure, but this writer believes we have seen the last of what could have been the biggest challenger to Tiger's crown.

Improving Your Game: Golf Exercises

Golf in the Olympics, ChicagoDuffer-style