Doris Chen DQ’d from an LPGA qualifying event after her mother reportedly moved a ball from out of bounds back into play.
In the belly of the Euros’ Ryder Cup bash, players, reporters and iPhone-flashing fans were buffeted about like kayaks in a tempest.
France has brought so much good to the world: Voltaire, hot-air balloons, the Etch-a-Sketch. But this may trump them all.
If the U.S. loses Sunday, it not’s all that hard to imagine the scene at the next Ryder Cup Task Force meeting. In fact, we did just that.
The opening tee shots at the Ryder Cup needed a party-starter to pump up the crowd. Sweet 16s need party-starters. Ryder Cups shouldn’t.
Conor Moore has made a name for himself with hilarious impressions of Tour players, which have garnered millions of views on social media.
Golf is cruel. But sometimes it’s really, really cruel. Witness this missed putt by then-co-leader Joe Durant on the 53rd hole of a Champions event.
It’s not hard to imagine DeChambeau (fire) and Woods (ice) as Ryder Cup partners, and indeed on Sunday they looked quite comfortable together.
Olesen, a 28-year-old Dane, qualified after Englishman Matthew Fitzpatrick failed to win the Made in Denmark Open.
“The driver and the ball don’t go any further than they did eight years ago,” Kirk said. “That’s the thing that everybody is missing.”