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Oh, that was a bunker? Looked like a dusty back road to a Wisconsin dairy farm, actually. \r\n
Martin Kaymer beat Bubba Watson in a playoff to cap a wild finish at the PGA.
Wake up, laddies, and pay attention. We've got a major championship to watch.
After a final round 77, Tiger's struggles on the golf course have reached a new high. The tournament was Bridgestone, where Woods has historically played some of his best golf.
Stuart Appleby shot the fifth 59 in PGA Tour history Sunday during the final round of The Greenbrier Classic, rolling in an 11-foot putt on the 18th hole to finish it off.\r\nAppleby's 59 was the first on the PGA Tour carded on a par-70 course.
Alabama commitment Bobby Wyatt fired a Country Club of Mobile record 14-under 57 on Wednesday in the second round of the AGA State Boys Junior Championship.
Hit 5-iron, not 6, advises the caddy. “If I get a hole-in-one, do you want a big tip or the car?” asks the golfer in reply, referring to the prize for an ace on that hole, a new Jeep valued at $26,500. Caddy says the car. Ball lands in cup. Golfer's a stand-up guy. Caddy has a new ride. ... Golf-clap, please.
Green has had nerve complications in his right leg since an SUV accident in Mississippi last June, when he was on his way to a Champions Tour event. The crash killed his brother, girlfriend and dog.
Why? Because apparently if you wander onto the cart path you're at risk of being rocket launched by rogue carts.
The golf industry is struggling. I'm not just talking about the professional game with their weekly million dollar paychecks to the winner and their millions of dollars in prize money for the guys who manage to simply finish.
As Tiger Woods struggles to regain his stride on the golf course and put his sex scandal behind him, sportswriters are starting to wonder whether his days of dominating the sport are over. Sports Illustrated columnist Joe Posnanski stirred up the debate this week by declaring that Woods is probably finished. Is it time to "write off" Tiger Woods?
You probably thought the ubiquitous "ugly tie" was the biggest problem dads face. But wearing pants like these are cause for concern too.
A week after the World Cup ended, South Africa had more reason to celebrate Sunday, this from a most unlikely source. Louis Oosthuizen, a 27-year-old who had only made one cut in his previous eight majors, blew away the field at St. Andrews for a British Open victory that looked as easy as when Tiger Woods first won here a decade ago.
On the dreaded 17th hole at St. Andrews, Jimenez looked at the hole, then turned the other way and knocked the ball off the wall and on the Green.
Louis Oosthuizen leads a British Open field ready for the weekend surge. He did well by giving himself a nice five-stroke cushion at 12-under par, but the pressure will continue to build as the weekend rolls on. Here is a look at 10 of the best comeback wins in Majors history.
Tiger was none too pleased with the result on 13, and went on a tirade laced with F-bombs which was broadcast live for viewers.
This guy made it all the way to the top of the mountain and simply could not resist the temptation of hitting a golf ball off the edge of it.