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Kjeldsen joins Fitzpatrick atop British Masters leaderboard

WOBURN, England (AP) Denmark's Soren Kjeldsen joined England's Matthew Fitzpatrick at the top of the British Masters leaderboard on Friday after both reached a 9-under total of 133 at the halfway stage. Kjeldsen, who won the Irish Open earlier this year, made a 3-under 68 in his second round, while Fitzpatrick, the sole leader on day one, shot a 2-under 69. England's Richard Bland...
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21 minutes ago  |  Discuss

Phil Mickelson taunted Jason Day in the best clip you will see all day

Vine Phil Mickelson, paired with Zach Johnson Friday during the Presidents Cup, was unaware of the rule he broke that mandated a one-hole adjustment regulation that requires players to use the same model ball throughout a match.  That caused the pair to drop a hole to International pairing Jason Day and Adam Scott. The American duo came back to win the match and Phil was giddy...
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Mickelson brain fart sets U.S. back in Presidents Cup

  Bae Sang-moon delivered the biggest moment of his career. Phil Mickelson made a rookie mistake. All that really mattered Friday in the Presidents Cup was that the International team was back in business. Bae made a dynamic debut at home in his first Presidents Cup by making a 12-foot birdie putt on the 18th hole to win a crucial fourballs match that helped the International team...
Via AP on Fox
7 hours ago  |  Discuss

Bubba Watson should have taken his hovercraft to the Presidents Cup

YouTube Bubba Watson and 11 of his American cohorts are in Incheon City, Korea for the Presidents Cup.  Watson probably hopped a plane, maybe out of New York City and flew there.  But maybe he should have left a week ago and taken his sick, one-of-a-kind $20,000 hovercraft. Planning stops for gas would have been tough and teammates would have fought for shotgun, but whatever.
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17 hours ago  |  Discuss

7 Best Moments in Presidents Cup History

Though the U.S. has dominated the Presidents Cup, defeating the international team in eight of the ten events, there hasn’t been a lack of memorable moments. With the 11th edition of the biennial tournament underway at Jack Nicklaus Golf Club Korea in Incheon, South Korea, we look back at our seven favorite moments from past Presidents Cups: 7) Woody Austin falls into lakeWoody...
Via Back9Network
18 hours ago  |  Discuss

Tiger Woods backup putter from 2001 sells for $29,000

We have some terrible news for those of you who always dreamed of owning a Tiger Woods backup putter and had $30,000 burning a hole in your pocket — you may have missed your chance. An eBay sale for a 2001 Scotty Cameron putter that was made as a reserve putter for Tiger ended on...Read More
Via Larry Brown Sports
2 days ago  |  Discuss

WATCH: Ernie Els misses a really ugly putt

You know that shot you hit in golf that makes you cry and roll around on the ground or shout profanities that scare away small children? Well, that’s what happened with Ernie Els at the Dunhill Links Championship at St. Andrews. The “Big Easy” had nothing more than a two-foot putt left when….. Worst putt of all time? — Golf Betting Brain (@GolfBetting12...
Via The GP Golf Report
4 days ago  |  Discuss

McIlroy: Spieth, Day have made me hungry again

Absence makes the heart grow fonder, even if one’s true love is winning PGA Tour tournaments and major championships. Rory McIlroy is hungry for a return to the top of the mountain after watching Jordan Spieth and Jason Day put together phenomenal seasons, winning multiple tournaments each and three of the four majors on the season between them. “It’s motivating to see...
Via Sportsnaut
5 days ago  |  Discuss

An evaluation and sunset of a fun PGA tour season

After a reign of dominance by Jason Day the last five or six weeks, Jordan Spieth got back to his winning ways, earning the FedEx Cup on Sunday. He shot a -9 beat Danny Lee by four shots at the Tour Championship at East Lake.   It was just a perfect ending to one of the most historic golf seasons we’ve probably ever witnessed. Jimmy Walker started off hot like he normally does...
Via The GP Golf Report
6 days ago  |  Discuss

Anthony Kim does first interview in three years

Kim raising the American flag in victory after the 2008 Ryder Cup     OH MY GOD! He’s alive AND talking!   Yup, remember Anthony Kim? He was one of golf’s rising stars at one point, finishing strong in the majors three times including a historic performance at the 2010 Masters where he was dropping birdies at an alarming rate (Phil Mickelson would go on to win however)....
Via The GP Golf Report
8 days ago  |  Discuss

Spieth’s caddie made more money than Woods in 2015

This is a new low for Tiger Woods: Jordan Spieth’s caddie made more than the 14-time major championship winner in 2015. And not just a little bit more, either. Michael Grellar earned twice as much as Woods did this season on the PGA Tour, according to Kyle Porter of CBS Sports. “The standard is 5 percent of what a player makes for a made cut, 7 percent for a top-10 finish...
Via Sportsnaut
8 days ago  |  Discuss

The golfers who made a difference in 2015

The 2015 PGA Tour season was one to be remembered. Stacked fields led to high levels of competition, and the game's greats did not disappoint during the year's most crucial moments. While there was a group of players that certainly separated themselves from the rest, Jordan Spieth was a particular joy to watch in 2015.      For those who weren't following this year's Tour...
Via The Sports Quotient
9 days ago  |  Discuss

Different perspective: Inside 16th hole tower with NBC’s Gary Koch

An excerpt from my story for Awful Announcing: ******* I have been to virtually every place on a golf course, including some unfortunate areas only accessible to an erratic 15-handicapper. However, I never had made the trek up to a broadcast TV tower during a tournament. So I gladly accepted the invitation to spend some time with NBC’s Gary Koch at his 16th hole perch during Friday’s...
Via Sherman Report
15 days ago  |  Discuss

Rory McIlroy doesn't care about $10 million FedEx Cup payout

Rory McIlroy was just being honest, but his comments about how the $10 million that goes with winning the FedEx Cup wouldn’t mean that much to him at this point in his extremely profitable pro golf career likely will rub some folks the wrong way. McIlroy, the world’s No. 2 player, said he wants to win the FedEx Cup at the Tour Championship this week, but the payoff has more...
Via Sportress of Blogitude
16 days ago  |  Discuss

Bill Murray and brothers inducted into Caddie HOF

Bill Murray is a huge draw wherever he goes, embodying everything anyone could ever ask from a professional celebrity. He’s given speeches at bachelor parties for grooms he doesn’t know. He’s crashed engagement photos, because who wouldn’t want legendary comedian Bill Murray in their engagement photos and no I’m not joking that should be a litmus test for anyone out there...
Via Awful Announcing
22 days ago  |  Discuss

David Feherty moves to NBC, will expand beyond sports

Two weeks after David Feherty and CBS could not reach agreement on a new contract, the golf reporter and analyst has signed with NBC Sports Group. Going to NBC was expected, as Feherty already had a relationship with the network, hosting a self-titled talk show on the Golf Channel. But according to Sports Business Journal’s John Ourand, Feherty’s role with NBC won’t just...
Via Awful Announcing
24 days ago  |  Discuss

Does the PGA Tour's FedEx Cup even matter?

Golf is a game of tradition. The sport’s obsession with upholding outdated practices has historically been met with mixed results. While respect for the season’s four majors are still held in high regard, the same cannot be said for the PGA Tour’s end of year point race, the Fedex Cup.  Starting in 2007, the race for the Fedex Cup has provided professionals a profitable way...
Via The Sports Quotient
September 09, 2015  |  Discuss

Report: David Feherty won't be back at CBS Sports

The CBS golf schedule came to a close with The Barclays last weekend, and according to John Ourand from SportsBusiness Journal, so too did the long career for David Feherty with the network. Feherty, who has been with CBS for 19 years, called his last golf tournament with CBS last weekend at The Barclays. Sources said the two sides could not reach an agreement on Feherty’s...
Via Awful Announcing
September 01, 2015  |  Discuss

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