As they say you can’t win The Masters on Thursday but you certainly can lose it. Ernie Els looks like he tried to lose it on his first hole as he six putted for a nine… from 3 feet. It was the most painful thing to watch all day. Once again Jordan Spieth proves that he’s superhuman. Can we get a DNA test on this kid! So much for “Jordan is off his game.” His bogey free 66 was stellar.… Continue Reading
Set your DVR or make sure to be in front of your TV on Tuesday at 9:00pm EST when The Golf Channel airs its latest tribute to Jack Nicklaus’ 1986 Masters win. It looks to be a fine mixture of Jack’s historic charge with plenty of new commentary from players, announcers, family and fans. I haven’t seen it yet but I love it already. I can watch the ’86 Masters all day long.
Justin Rose shows us his techniques for making more putts.
About this time last year Jordan Spieth was still beaming from his win at the ’14 Australian Open and on his way to winning the Hero World Challenge. Well Spieth didn’t win last week’s Aussie Open, he just missed with a T2 finish but he did make a splash at today’s opening round of the Hero World Challenge. Watch as Spieth aces the par three second hole on his way to an opening round 65, one stroke off the lead.… Continue Reading
Phil Mickelson may have left the greatest golf instructor of the day but that doesn’t mean Phil is going solo. Word is that Phil the Thrill will be hoping to create some new thrills with the help of Andrew Getson. Getson is a very popular pro at Grayhawk Golf Club in Scottsdale which is home to several PGA Tour players. Watch how Getson shows us one of his chipping techniques.
The long, hot summer of Jason Day continues. And while the summer has cooled off, Day hasn’t one bit. Day lapped the field today at the BMW Championship to finish with a six shot victory over Daniel Berger. Day’s lead was never really threatened as he maintained at least a four shot lead and finished with a flourish with birdies at sixteen and eighteen. The ’15 PGA Champion lead from wire to wire and earned his fourth win in his… Continue Reading
Here are the pin placements for the final round at The Masters. Oh, that one at eighteen looks familiar.
Here are today’s pin placements at Augusta National.
Our favorite golfer, Miguel Angel Jimenez is at it again, busy dancing his way to the lead in the European Tour’s True Thailand Championship. He just keeps on keepin on. From European Tour.com: Even a bout of flu could not slow Miguel Angel Jiménez as he established a one shot lead at the halfway stage of the True Thailand Classic presented by Black Mountain began. Jiménez had complained of feeling under the weather during his opening 67, although that had not… Continue Reading
The first week of the 2014-15 wrap-around PGA Tour season is in the books and Sang-Moon Bae is the first winner of the new season at the Frys.com Open. The twenty eight year old Korean native won his second PGA Tour event as he fought through his worst round of the week to hang on for a two shot win over Steven Bowditch. Bae started the round with a comfortable four stroke lead and extended it to six early on… Continue Reading