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Another rain delay cut short some exceptional golf Friday in the Presidents Cup. Phil Mickelson and Keegan Bradley shot 30 on the front nine at Muirfield Village, an astounding performance in foursomes. Only some sloppy play allowed the match to go 15 holes and a 4-and-3 win for the Americans.
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American pro golfer Keegan Bradley accidentally hit a spectator in the head with his tee shot at the par-4 14th hole during Thursday's opening round of the 2013 President's Cup. Bradley's tee shot hit the fan in the front row after drifting wide of the fairway.
Fortunately, after being knocked to the ground, the fan rebounded right to a sitting position and...
FORE!!!! I guess it’s tough to see the ball coming straight for your dome at The Presidents Cup. This afternoon, Keegan Bradley teed off on the 14th hole and pulled his shot a tad to the right. Needless to say, he hooked it a bit. H/T to the guys over a Bleacher Report who put out the hysterical GIF. When I saw this live, I nearly lost my ****.
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This gives a new meaning to “down in front.”
At the short par-4 14th hole at the President’s Cup opening round on Thursday, Keegan Bradley of the American squad teed it up and went for the green from 309 yards away. The green is protected pretty well by some green-side bunkers but Bradley managed to avoid those.
He didn’t manage to avoid one unlucky fan in the front row of...
FORE! Keegan Bradley knocked down a spectator while playing in the first round of match play in the Presidents Cup at Muirfield Village…
A clutch shot by Phil Mickelson. A South African meltdown. That was all it took for the Americans to put themselves on the verge of another rout in the Presidents Cup.
Mickelson hit a 7-iron around a tree and onto the 18th green to secure half a point in a match the U.S. team once trailed by three holes. Louis Oosthuizen and Charl Schwartzel, a lone bright spot in foursomes, couldn...
Keegan Bradley's headshot at Presidents Cup 2013 is a sound of beauty.
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Keegan Bradley debuted a wild new pair of elephant-print Air Jordans for Wednesday’s President’s Cup Media Day and practice rounds.
Freddie Couples has never been scared of gambling.
He took risks as a player, and though they didn't always come off, he hasn't been disabused of the notion of rolling the dice as United States captain in the Presidents Cup.
Couples certainly gambled in sending out Phil Mickelson and Keegan Bradley in the first match at Muirfield Village on Friday.
The pair was off-the...
PSA: If you’re sitting anywhere near a putting green, keep an eye out for flying objects — like golf balls.
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Uh, awkward. Phil Mickelson and Keegan Bradley have been paired up for the first two days of the Presidents Cup at Muirfield Village. On Thursday, the duo handled the team of Louis Oosthuizen and Charl Schwartzel, winning 2&1. On Friday in foursomes play, the tandem got off to a rough start but really began to […]The post Keegan Bradley congratulates Phil Mickelson on eagle...
Pretty awesome photo of Tiger Woods, Phil Mickelson and Jason Dufner kicking back and shooting the breeze during the Presidents Cup dinner on Wednesday. But more importantly, if Men’s Wearhouse ever were able to snag the three PGA superstars and have them agree to do an ad for the nationwide chain, this pretty much is […]The post Photo: If Tiger Woods, Phil Mickelson and Jason...
This is exactly why I could not have a good time at the President's Cup or any other golf tournament. It is bad enough that you have to walk around outside all day or sit on the ground if you don't bring a chair (will they let you do that?).
But to have to watch and see if the sky is falling?
Right in the Noggin.. Like Blaaaaa Dow!
This photo of Tiger Woods, Phil Mickelson and Jason Dufner looks like an outtake from a catalog photo shoot, but it’s merely a candid shot of the trio killing time between Wednesday evening activities prior to the President’s Cup.
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