|Riviera will host one of the few African-Americans to play this year. (Getty Images)|
Amazing read on 24-year-old Jeremiah Woodling, one of the very few African-American golfers who will tee it up on Tour this year:
Jeremiah avoids swing instructors. To build his game, he has studied hours of golf swings, including those of Tiger Woods, Adam Scott and, most recently, Rory McIlroy. After watching these videos, he takes a golf club in front of a big mirror to figure out the difference between "feel and real." (ESPN)
This is awesome.
Agree with this -- LeBron James is playing basketball on Tiger Woods-in-2000 levels right now. (Golf Channel)
Tiger Woods in 2006: "I'd be seriously upset if I went my whole career and never won [the Northern Trust Open]. It's one of the oldest events on our tour. It's played every year on one of our best courses. It always attracts a strong field. These are exactly the tournaments you want to win." He hasn't played since. (The New York Times)
The celeb watch at Riviera is good. (GolfDigest)
Jerry West has tried (and failed) to get Tiger Woods to play the Northern Trust Open. (Golf Channel)
Fred Couples used to tell his caddie to "write down a three" when they arrived at the par-4 No. 10 hole at Riviera. (GolfWeek)
Phil Mickelson keeps switching clubs. (GolfWeek)
The vice president struck fans multiple times with drives ... this time in 1971. (Golf Channel)
This girl is out of her mind. Somebody get Phil Knight on the phone. (BBC)
3-6 p.m. ET on Golf Channel -- Northern Trust Open
Gary Player sends this tweet? Awesome. Tiger Woods sends this tweet? Not awesome.
Happy Valentines Day to all the special women in my life & to all the others around the world that us men could just not live without.— Gary Player (@garyplayer) February 14, 2013
I linked this on Wednesday. But if you didn't see it, you should. It's spectacular.
Brian Gay gets player of the month.