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Michael Phelps signs autographs for spectators after finishing his round during the third round of The Alfred Dunhill Links Championship at The Old Course. Phelps vs Lochte in a cage needs to go down soon.-TO
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World-class swimmer Michael Phelps, who acquired Olympic medals in the same effortless manner in which people collect Happy Meal toys (just me?), apparently has turned away from the world of competitive swimming (if we can believe what he says is true) and moved on to a new challenge: the game of golf. So much so, [...]
Chalk up another case for the "Michael Phelps may be the greatest athlete ever" campaign. The Olympic Gold Medalist continues his mastery of the sporting world, only this time he did it on land instead of water.The magical putt occurred during Friday's Dunhill Links Championship in Kingbarns, Scotland. Watch as Phelps lines up a 150-foot putt and sinks it like a rock...
After retiring from swimming 18 time Olympic medalist Michael Phelps said he was going to have some fun and do what he wants, one of which is play golf. Currently he’s across the pond competing in the Alfred Dunhill Links Championship and by the video below it seems like he’s doing pretty well. Michael sank an impressive 159 foot putt. Not sure if that’s really indicative...
Things I learned today: Michael Phelps is pretty darn good at golf. Above is video of the most decorated Olympian of all-time sinking a 159-foot putt in Scotland today. It’s something that you wouldn’t believe until you saw the video evidence, and it’s so unreal that you STILL are skeptical it actually happened. I’m serious when I say that I’m pretty sure that was the...
I’m not a reporter, so let’s have UPI tell it:
“Olympic record-setting swimmer Michael Phelps added another best to his resume [today] when he sank a putt from more than 150 feet...
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Michael Phelps is abroad currently and competing in the Alfred Dunhill Links Championship, and from the looks of it is faring quite well. On the sixth hole Phelps lined up a very simple 150-foot putt and drained the ridiculous putt. I guess there is always golf when it is the Olympics off-season.
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Retired U.S. Olympic gold medal swimmer Michael Phelps hit an amazing 159-foot putt at the 6th hole of the Alfred Dunhill Links Championship Pro-Am tournament on Friday in St. Andrews, Scotland.
Phelps has been studying golf with Hank Haney, and based on that shot, it looks like it may be paying off.
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Michael Phelps drains 159-foot putt in Scotland pro-am
Who says that USA swimmer Michael Phelps can't play golf? Check out this incredibly 159-yard putt that Phelps drains on the 4th hole at the Dunhill Links Championship back in Scotland on Friday: (Courtesy of Off The Bench)
Swim great Michael Phelps upstaged some of golf's finest for one shot when he holed a 51-yard putt for a net hole-in-one during the second round of the Dunhill Links Championship on Friday.
Phelps, who is playing the team event off a handicap of 16, drove the front edge of the green at the par-4 sixth hole at Kingsbarns before sinking his lengthy downhill second-shot putt.
Aside from Michael Phelps and Ryan Lochte, most of us would be hard pressed to name another Olympic swimmer, especially those from other countries, because USA! and all that patriotic jazz. But over in South Africa, gold medal swimmer Chad le Clos is the bee’s knees to all the kids, because he took home top the gold in the 200m butterfly, as well as a silver in the 100m butterfly...
Swim great Michael Phelps upstaged some of golf's finest when he holed a 51-yard putt for a net hole-in-one during the second round of team play at the Dunhill Links Championship on Friday.
Phelps, who is playing the team event with a 16 handicap, drove the front edge of the green at the par-4 sixth hole at Kingsbarns before sinking his lengthy downhill second-shot putt.
Okay, so who was it that talked about there being no more worlds left to conquer...???
Certainly wasn't Michael Phelps...
Dude goes overseas to play in the Dunhill Masters pro-am event... and his playing partner, Paul Casey, first loses his golf ball to an overzealous dog. Then, Phelps drops this absolute bomb with the flat stick making all...
Wait, he's good at golf too?