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Sun, 19 Aug 2018 12:28:07 GMT
Brandt Snedeker has led after both rounds of the PGA Tour's regular-season finale, the Wyndham Championship. But weather halted things on Saturday.
Sun, 19 Aug 2018 06:18:45 GMT
It was a star-studded evening at the Hotel Vitale as Klay Thompson and Golden State Warriors royalty celebrated the kickoff to the Thompson Family Foundation Golf Tournament.
Sun, 19 Aug 2018 00:13:00 GMT
Former PGA Tour player Kevin Stadler accidentally injured a fan at the WinCo Foods Portland Open on Friday by breaking his club. Shaun Micheel wrote about the incident at the Tour event Facebook Friday night. Micheel refused to name Stadler, referring to him simply as his playing partner.
Sat, 18 Aug 2018 20:40:44 GMT
PEBBLE BEACH, Calif. – The fog was so thick on a brisk Saturday morning at iconic Pebble Beach that it was impossible to see the ninth and 10th holes from the seventh green. The Pacific Ocean was nearly indecipherable, too. Unmistakable, however, was the quality of golf from all four U.S. Amateur semifinalists. With a trip to the U.S. Open – and a likely invite to the Masters – on the line, Cole Hammer and Isaiah Salinda rose to the occasion on a soft and gettable Pebble Beach layout. Hammer, an incoming freshman at Texas, made five birdies in his last 12 holes and overcame a 2-over start through four holes to shoot 2 under in 16 holes. Salinda, a senior at Stanford, was 5 under in 18 holes with
Sat, 18 Aug 2018 21:53:15 GMT
Things took a barbaric turn Friday night during a fight at Southers Marsh Golf Club in Plymouth, Mass. A 47-year-old man was arrested and charged with mayhem after allegedly biting another man’s finger off during the altercation. WCVB reports that someone called 911 after two foursomes got into it on the course. Firefighters arrived to find that one of the men had his finger bitten off down to the knuckle. The rest of his finger was on ice. The alleged biter was taken to jail while the victim was transported to a local hospital. WCVB played audio of the 911 dispatcher from shortly after the incident. “Be advised – an update from the PD. Apparently there are two foursomes that got into an altercation
Sat, 18 Aug 2018 20:53:04 GMT
C.T. Pan has his wife, Michelle, carrying his golf bag this week. But she may not be eager to be back caddying for her husband anytime soon. “It was a coincidence, for sure,” Pan told Amanda Balionis of CBS during a rain-delay at the Wyndham Championship Saturday as to how Michelle Pan ended up being his caddie this week. C.T. Pan said he has broken two bags this year and was able to get a substitute bag this week. But a search for a local caddie in the Greensboro, N.C., area  proved fruitless. So he turned to his wife. “I asked her ‘Do you want to caddie for me?’ She always wanted to do it. But we (didn’t) know when was the right time. This is a perfect week to do it, and she said ‘yes.’ But
Sat, 18 Aug 2018 20:00:48 GMT
Pro golfer Justin Thomas on PGA Championship and investing    3:50 PM ET Wed, 15 Aug 2018 | 02:18 Tiger Woods is no longer golf's reigning king, but he still steals the show — and that's just fine with 2017 PGA champ Justin Thomas. In fact, while Woods hasn't scored a major title in a decade, he was the main attraction last weekend at the U.S. PGA Championship. He ultimately came in second place, behind Brooks Koepka. Thomas, who played at the championship and tied for sixth place, said Woods helped get the game, and the prize money, where it is today. "I don't think I even understand all that Tiger's done for the game of golf," he said in a recent interview with "Closing Bell" on CNBC. "The
Sun, 19 Aug 2018 02:22:00 GMT
If Lexi Thompson’s trouble in the sixth fairway brought back any painful memories Saturday at the Indy Women in Tech Championship, she shook them off in a hurry. If the approach of another rules official amid a spirited run of brilliant play rattled her, she didn’t show it. Thompson posted an 8-under-par 64 in the third round despite another awkward rules infraction.
Fri, 17 Aug 2018 23:24:00 GMT
Brandt Snedeker struggled coming off the emotional high that comes with shooting 59, but it didn’t stop him from rallying Friday to try to turn his historic round into a victory at the Wyndham Championship. After a sluggish start to the second round, Snedeker caught fire on the back nine at Sedgefield Country Club in Greensboro, N.C., to take the lead going into the weekend. With a 3-under 67, Snedeker moved to 14 under overall, two shots ahead of D.A. Points (64).
Sat, 18 Aug 2018 16:03:15 GMT
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Jin Young Ko moved into a three-way tie for the lead after shooting a 6-under 66 in the rain-delayed completion of the second round at the Indy Women in Tech Championship. About half the field returned to the course Saturday morning to finish the round. Ko joined Lizette Salas and Sung Hyun Park at 13 under for the tournament. Amy Yang is one shot back after shooting an 8-under 64. Ko, Park and Yang are all from South Korea. Four players, including Americans Danielle Kang and Angel Yin, are two shots behind. Yin completed her second round Saturday morning with a 69. Caroline Hedwall of Sweden finished with a 68 to join a group at 11 under. The third round is scheduled for
Sun, 19 Aug 2018 00:39:55 GMT
Rory McIlroy is taking a few weeks off from golf following last week's PGA Championship. The No. 7 player in the world will skip next week's Northern Trust, which is the first of four FedEx Cup Playoff events, before presumably returning for the Dell Technologies Championship over Labor Day. "I need to assess where I'm at," McIlroy said after last week's PGA. "I think the best thing for me to do right now is just sort of take a couple days off, reflect on what I need to do going forward. The best thing might be to take that first FedExCup week off and work on my game and come back, hopefully, in a better place for Boston. "Historically, the first FedEx playoff event hasn't been my best event
Sat, 18 Aug 2018 13:15:14 GMT
If you're struggling to hit accurate drives, the issue is a lack of clubface control. Many amateurs start their backswings by whipping the driver way inside the target line and opening the face. From there, they re-route the club on a looping path that comes into the ball from outside the target line—the classic over-the-top move—with an open face in relation to the path.
Sat, 18 Aug 2018 18:36:35 GMT
Paul Waring and Thomas Aiken lead the way at the Nordea Masters, but Ryder Cup hopeful Thorbjorn Olesen remains firmly in contention for an important victory. Overnight co-leader Waring entered the third round two shots clear of Aiken, but the South African signed for a three-under 67 to join him at the top of the leaderboard on 12 under for the tournament. The pair sit three shots clear of Olesen, who will be hoping to triumph in Gothenburg to boost his chances of clinching an automatic qualification spot for Europe's Ryder Cup team.
Sat, 18 Aug 2018 23:23:42 GMT
Brandt Snedeker is bracing for a long last day at the Wyndham Championship. ''I've got to be really smart about making sure I'm staying hydrated and more than anything else, making sure I don't have any mental lapses,'' Snedeker said. Brian Gay was 13 under through 12 holes, and Trey Mullinax, Keith Mitchell, C.T. Pan and D.A. Points were another stroke back at varying stages of their rounds.
Sat, 18 Aug 2018 00:40:18 GMT
Johnson Wagner didn't hear no bell. The 38-year-old came into the regular-season finale at the Wyndham Championship ranked 136th in the FedEx Cup standings, needing to make the cut to harbor any chances of earning postseason entry—and more importantly, securing his tour card for next season. From 153 yards out, Wagner choose a 9-iron...and promptly produced a walk-off eagle.
Sat, 18 Aug 2018 07:55:00 GMT
Earl Woods: “Where were you born, Tiger?” Tiger Woods, aged three: “I was born on December 30, 1975, in Long Beach, California.” Earl: “No, Tiger, only answer the question you were asked. It's important to prepare yourself for this. Try again.” Tiger:
Sat, 18 Aug 2018 11:29:12 GMT
Legendary photographer Walter Iooss Jr. has been a Golf Digest contributor since 2007, creating many memorable images of the game’s top players and personalities. Walter’s work for Golf Digest represents only a small part of a long and distinguished career
Fri, 17 Aug 2018 16:15:39 GMT
Add this to the reasons why we all love golfer Andrew “Beef” Johnston. The man who has used a bacon and cheddar towel at the U.S. Open and who has the best beard in golf got some mud on his pants after hitting out of a hazard at the Nordea Masters, so he decided to change them … in front of the gallery. And he had no problem with it, getting the crowd into the act as he stripped:
Fri, 17 Aug 2018 21:53:00 GMT
Doug Garwood birdied the final three holes for an 8-under 64 and the first-round lead Friday in the Dick's Sporting Goods Open. The 55-year-old Garwood had nine birdies and a bogey, playing his final nine holes - the front nine at En-Joie Golf Club - in 6-under 31. ''Drove it well, hit the irons well, pitched well, putted well, thought well,'' Garwood said.
Fri, 17 Aug 2018 16:44:09 GMT
Hopefully Ali Gibb has some of that mojo spared for another day. The 51-year-old amateur golfer sank three holes-in-one Tuesday to defend her title at Croham Hurst Golf Club in England, according to reports. Hole-in-one x 3️ Congratulations to our member Ali Gibb who shot three holes-in-one in Tuesdays Ladies Club Championships.
Sun, 19 Aug 2018 00:28:00 GMT
ENDICOTT, N.Y. - Michael Bradley shot a 4-under 68 on Saturday to take a two-stroke lead into the final round of the PGA Tour Champions' Dick's Sporting Goods Open. The 52-year-old Bradley had five birdies and a bogey in the rain-delayed round to reach
England’s Danny Willett overtook his countrymen Luke Donald and Ross Fisher to win the Nedbank Golf Challenge in Sun City, South Africa by four shots.
Tiger Woods returned to golf with some sweet swings and some flubbed chips. Our roundtable on Tiger’s rust, Jordan Spieth’s amazing run and Keegan Bradley benching the belly putter.
Jordan Spieth annihilated the field at the Hero World Challenge for his second-straight win, while tournament host Tiger Woods found reasons to be pleased with his last-place finish in his first start since the PGA Championship, writes Cameron Morfit.
Three-time major winner Padraig Harrington won the Asian Tour's Indoneasian Open on Sunday, ending a four-year drought, according to The Guardian.
Staked to a seven-shot lead, Spieth blew away an elite field at Isleworth and set two tournaments records Sunday when he closed with a 6-under 66 for a 10-shot victory over Henrik Stenson.
Tiger Woods looked better each day at the Hero World Challenge, his first event since the PGA Championship, but short-game miscues left him in last place Sunday afternoon at even-par.
While her uncle Tiger was struggling through his first tournament in four months at the Hero World Challenge, Cheyenne Woods locked up her 2015 LPGA Tour Card.
Bradley's Switch to Short Putter Pays Off
Tiger Woods threw up during his third round at the Hero World Challenge, but refused to quit, posting a 3-under 69. "Not bad, I’m only 15 back," he joked after his best round of the tournament, which included six birdies but also some chunked chip shots.
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