This was worse than the UAE, much worse.
Tiger Woods is a winner again, the new favourite for the coming Masters at Augusta and, perhaps most significantly, the man to beat in golf.
Two Lancastrians now share fifth place in the list of English wicket-takers.
Warren Gatland will lead the Six Nations champions Wales on their three-Test summer tour to Australia even though he will have been appointed the head coach for the British and Irish Lions Australia tour next year.
The relief was obvious and so was the message sent from the final green at Bay Hill on a throwback Sunday afternoon.
In rugby terms, it does not get much bigger than this.
Coaching one of the greatest golfers in history comes with a lot of scrutiny.
After play on the first day at the SSC, Stuart Broad, footsore and weary after a day's leather-hunting, offered the thought that if England's batsmen did not score 400 themselves they should be shot.
Samoa Joe has signed a permanent WWE contract just weeks after making his debut.
Stone Cold Steve Austin says he would be open to discussing a Wrestlemania 32 match with Brock Lesnar during a podcast with Paul Heyman.
Last night Raw took place in San Antonio and we witnessed the aftermath from a solid Elimination Chamber event on Sunday. Here’s what we learnt: