Skip Bayless says that for all of Tiger Woods' recent success, he is not a sure thing at the Masters.
Sunday's win proved once again that Tiger Woods isn't facing the same competition as his predecessor, Jack Nicklaus.
Can he be wise on occasion? Yes. Is he amusing? Absolutely. But if the people of Alabama elect Charles Barkley to be governor, they're crazy.
Poor Chris DiMarco. Tiger's wizardry with the long irons -- and being paired with Sergio Garcia -- meant it was Tiger's British Open.
After watching Michelle Wie on Sunday, Skip Bayless knows she has been taught to play -- but has she been taught to win?
If you watched all week, you know that Phil Mickelson didn't choke at the U.S. Open -- he just ran out of luck.
Skip Bayless roots for Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson to play great golf -- but don't get fooled into rooting because you like them.
Constantly changing balls and clubs are ruining the Masters, and ruining golf, says Skip Bayless.
Tiger Woods isn't nearly as good as he was a few years ago. Luckily for him, his competition has fallen off, too.
Barry Bonds blames the media for everything that goes wrong. And Skip Bayless feels terrible about being such a burden.
Skip Bayless admits he enjoyed watching the wipeouts of Apolo Anton Ohno, Bode Miller and Michelle Kwan. He's had enough of the phony fairy tales.
As a new year is about to begin, Skip Bayless says an era is about to end for three of the most compelling athletes of our generation.
Playoff or no playoff, Skip Bayless says Tiger Woods' early departure from Baltusrol speaks volumes about the man.
Tiger Woods isn't as dominating as he used to be. But it doesn't matter if no one steps up to challenge him, says Skip Bayless.
Since nobody pays attention to Annika Sorenstam, maybe she should play against men, Skip Bayless writes.
Where's the Tiger Woods we once knew? Because the Old Tiger would have won this U.S. Open and been halfway to the Grand Slam, says Skip Bayless.