When 11-year-old Lucy Li took to the greens at the U.S. Open, her pure joy at playing called to mind our own first love of sports, Scoop Jackson writes.
Ty Votaw, executive vice president of the PGA Tour, answers questions about Tiger Woods' impact on TV ratings and revenue.
Could Tiger be the next MJ? In one way, yes. If the PGA Tour is paying attention, it will learn from the hard lesson the NBA can teach about life after a superstar retires.
Scoop Jackson's tailgating memory involves the big Xavier-Dillard game, boiled hamburgers and a golf club.
A documentary about the history of African-American golfers speaks some truths that need to be heard. Scoop Jackson
Barack Obama's election victory will serve to boost the social significance of basketball in America.
Friends ask him to play. Relatives ask him to play. But Scoop Jackson says he will never, ever take up golf.
Scoop Jackson says now is the time for Tiger Woods to speak out and fulfill his father's prophecy.
There's a whole lot of bad stuff going on in sports these days. But hey, you can't blame O.J. Simpson for everything!
While wondering "Who's Now?" Scoop Jackson realized that women are more dominant in sports than men.
Watching the Williams sisters at Wimbledon gave Scoop Jackson reason to celebrate Independence Day.
Now that LeBron James has made his first NBA Finals, what does it mean -- for him, his team and the league? Scoop Jackson has a long list.
Scoop Jackson saw Tiger Woods in person for the first time Sunday. In some ways, he saw Tiger for the first time.