Early this morning tenants of a posh Fifth Avenue building complained of a loud snorting noise emitting from the 21st floor, fearful that possibly a large farm animal had got loose, or worse, been injured in what would be a bizarre circumstance even by New York standards. But no… It was just me laughing, I explained to the concierge when he rang up. Have you seen today’s Post?
In yesterday’s Masters, Tiger Woods hit an almost perfect. So perfect that it hit the flag stick and rolled back into a nearby creek. When that happens the rules say you drop another ball in the same place from which you hit before, and hit again. Tiger instead dropped his ball about two yards away from his original divot, a violation that penalized him two strokes but did not disqualify him. If you want to read more, the Post story is here.
There hasn’t been this much controversy in sports since, as emergency substitute ref, I missed an apparently glaring out-of-bounds call in my niece Isabel’s (then age 6) Top Hat soccer game.
The final round of Golf’s Holy Grail in Augusta is today, and even if you aren’t a golfer, it’s interesting to watch for a bit and then take a nap to. From 2 to 7 today on CBS.