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.”
The force of the golfer’s swing ripped a bolt from a boundary line and sent it spiraling into his leg, piercing the bone.
A few months ago Kevin Lavelle showed up at Phil’s Rancho Sante Fe home with an idea. An outrageous, wonderful, potentially horrible idea.
American golf fans fell in love with Hosung Choi and his crazy swing.
What has unfolded over three breezy days on the Jersey side of the Hudson hasn’t just been a convincing performance—it has been, with a nod to Tiger at Pebble in 2000, one of the most dominant and demoralizing drubbings you’ll ever see at this level of the game.
Of the many storylines to gnaw on this week, Rory McIlroy’s ninth Masters start isn’t exactly stopping the presses. Maybe that’s just the way he likes it.
President Donald Trump’s affinity for golf is being featured on the covers of some of the world’s most influential news magazines.