Rickie Fowler was in a great mood after the Quicken Loans National’s first round, and rightfully so. The 26-year-old managed to hit a hole-in-one on his final hole of the day to finish the round at four under par. Afterward, Fowler decided to let the media in on the celebration by giving them some free
Andrew Orischak is one lucky dude.
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SportsCenter’s Instagram page is apparently doing great work trolling folks, because there is no way they posted this photo of Zach Johnson with any other intention than to roast him.
Zach Johnson started the fifth day of the British Open day three strokes behind leaders Louis Oosthuizen, Jason Day, and Paul Dunne. By the end of the tournament, the man who says he’s just an ordinary guy from Cedar Rapids, Iowa would join Jack Nicklaus, Tiger Woods, Sam Snead, Seve Ballesteros and Nick Faldo as
On Monday, Jordan Spieth’s British Open seemed to be in peril after he double-bogeyed the 8th hole.
Zach Johnson sank a long birdie putt on No. 18 to become the leader in the clubhouse at Monday’s Open Championship Final Round. The birdie gave him a 6-under round of 66 as he completed his charge up the leaderboard but it also gave his caddie an opportunity to bust out this fantastic celebratory dance:
Phil Mickelson hit a wayward tee shot on No. 17 during the Final Round of the Open Championship on Monday and although it didn’t land on Frankenstein’s fat foot, the resting place was pretty amusing.
Hole in one! Watch Daniel Brooks ace the 11th hole at St Andrews. #Boom #TheOpen https://t.co/DnjBCtwABY — The Open (@TheOpen) July 18, 2015 Daniel Brooks wasn’t fazed by a little wind at the 2015 Open Championship on Saturday, and in fact he welcomed it.
Poor Louis Oosthuizen and Dustin Johnson had a very bad case of luck delivered to their feet on Saturday at the 2015 Open Championship. For some reason the PGA officials decided to play a part of the second round in ridiculously high winds, and Louis and Dustin each paid the ultimate price.
Boo Weekley has only claimed one PGA Tour victory since 2008, but the 41-year-old has still raked in plenty of money from his professional golf career.
Twenty years ago John Daly dominated Costantino Rocca in the 1995 Open Championship four-hole playoff to capture his second career major victory, with the other coming in the PGA Championship four years earlier.