Double P : Great Words : ‘Debris’

Amazing word on the back of a truck earlier; DEBRIS. How the hell do you get ‘du-bree’ out of that one. Love it.

Perez Opening Round Tee Times At Bay Hill

Pat Perez is going early on Thursday and late on Friday, drawing the 7:10am ET first round tee time and 12:10pm ET in round two. He is paired both days with Bob Estes and William McGirt. Follow the live leaderboard and Double P’s scorecard from Orlando and this year’s Arnold Palmer Invitational.

Another Crap-Metal Jam…

Roll down the windows and pedal to the metal for this one. Hard to do here in Orlando in a rental whip, but will remember to crank when back home and in my own ride; “Heartbreak Boulevard” by Shotgun Messiah. Guitar in this song is insane. Love the pick scrapes.

Perez : T-7th Finish At Tampa Bay Championship

It might be the most out-of-nowhere top ten finish for Pat Perez in a dozen years on the PGA Tour. Sitting at even after two, with back-to-back rounds of 71 on Thursday and Friday, PP went one-under on Saturday and came strong with a final round 67 on Sunday, putting him a five-under on the event and a T-7th finish.

The win was worth $148,892.86 and seventy-five FedExCup points – much-needed shot in the arm and welcomed return as Perez hadn’t played since Los Angeles, not qualifying for two recent match play events and sitting out the Honda.

The seventh-place finish moved Perez from 83rd to 57th on the overall money list and from 75th to 56th in the FedExCup standings.

Sunday’s round started with three straight pars before Perez birdied the par-three fourth hole. From there, a bogey on the par-five fifth and back to even.

Back-to-back birdies ensued on six and seven and after two more pars, Perez was two-under after the turn.

A bogey on ten dropped Perez back to one-under and after three more pars, a solid three-under run over the final five holes, including birdies on fourteen, fifteen and eighteen.

Next up for Double P, a return to Bay Hill where he missed the cut in last year, going 72-77 the first two rounds.

The Offspring : Dirty Magic

Hadn’t heard this song in years. Forgot how much I dug The Offspring back in the day (what day?) before every album started sounding the same. “Dirty Magic” off of 1994′s ‘Ignition’. Still a jam, though I have no idea what’s going on in this anime fan-made video.

Perez Gears Up For Tampa Bay Championship

On the road again for Pat Perez after three weeks off. Perez played the first seven events of the 2013 season, but wasn’t in the WGC Match Play events, so he hunkered down in Scottdale for a few weeks to work on his game, while squeezing in a quick road trip to unwind.

Entering this week, Perez has slipped in the rankings, which happens when not playing any events for three-quarters of a month. Perez is current 75th in FedExCup points and sits at 83rd on the official money list.

Lots of ground to make up, but a lot of action these coming weeks as Perez will head to Bay Hill in Orlando next week and then back-to-back weeks in Texas for the Shell Houston Open and Valero Texas Open, hoping to top play himself into Augusta over the next few weeks, as well.

It’s been a lean couple of weeks here at, but the golf coverage and hijinks will resume with Double P back where he belongs – on the course. Stay tuned.

PP’s Non-Celebrity Celebrity Tourney

Another guy who would in the main group, with a seat at the head table if we ever get the Double P Non-Celebrity Celebrity Tournament off the ground; this ‘Caddy Day’ hero from Caddyshack.

Arguably one of the best scenes in a movie full of epic moments. ‘Caddy Day’ runs from 1:00 to 1:15, so the riff-raff hits the corner, sprints to the pool and this legend leads the way, screaming his face off, going airborne and tossing an entire set of clubs into the air, falling into the private pool.

I have worn out many a VHS copy of this flick watching this yahoo go balls-out with that dive. Hope to see it up with him someday for a good cause. – PP

Dyno Sheet From Nissan GT-R Modification

Here is the dyno sheet that Ryan Woon of sent me after replacing the parts and customizing the once stock turbo kit on my Nissan GT-R last month. I don’t have a full grasp what the hell all this means, but can attest that 778.5 HP is no joke.

Got The Nissan GT-R Suped Up By Ryan Woon

Been getting a lot of emails about some work I had done to my Nissan GT-R by my bud Ryan Woon of Ryan used to be with Wide Open Throttle Motorsports and broke off to do his own thing.

The pic above was sent to be by Ryan when they were working their magic, replacing the stock turbo kit with new parts, front to back.

Check back in a bit and I’ll post the Dyno Sheet with some info the gearheads will dig and if you have any questions for Ryan, hit him up at his DDW Facebook page.


“Adult Education” For My Next House Party

Next big bash at Casa de Perez is going to feature “Adult Education”, the best-worst Hall & Oates cover band in the history of the world. Stainer rules. Absolutely hero.