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Pro golfer Charl Schwartzel finished Sunday's third round of the Deutsche Bank Championship tournament on a terrible note with a four-putt on the 18th green, and all of the putts came from within three feet of the hole. Schwartzel was in position to make a birdie with the first putt on the 18th, but ended up with a double bogey. The four-putt served as a fitting end to a...
Everyone wants to end their round of golf on a good note. Charl Schwartzel probably would've settled for not looking foolish Sunday. Unfortunately for Schwartzel, he was unable to avoid an embarrassing finish to the day, as he missed three putts from just three feet away to close out his third round at the Deutsche Bank Championship in Norton, Mass. Each miss drew a rather loud...
Professional golfers rarely require 4 putts on any green. If they usually do it’s extremely rare and comes at a difficult course like at a major and usually has the first putt being some sort of bomb lag at least 50+ feet away. Not today for Charl Schwartzel as he pulled of something I didn’t think was even possible. After hitting a nice approach into the 18th hole to 4 feet...
Charl Schwartzel had a rough day at the Deutsche Bank Championship on Sunday, specifically when it came to the final hole. Charl had the wheels come off when he double bogeyed 14 and 16, but the entire vehicle imploded from 3 feet on the 18th green. Just enjoy the video below which every golfer can relate to at some point in their lives.
via Devil Ball Golf
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Former British Open champ Charl Schwartzel didn't have a great day at the course today.
In fact it was downright dreadful.
This sequence of putts was the highlight, or should I say lowlight, of Schwartzel's round. Schwartzel had a birdie putt from three feet away when it rimmed out of the cup. His next shot pretty much did the same thing and his third putt he completely...
I feel bad for Charl Schwartzel…on only two of these putts. He should be embarrassed about the backhanded attempt.
Schwartzel was wrapping up his 3rd round on Sunday at the Deutsche Bank at the TPC Boston when he made it to the 18th green for a 3 foot birdie putt. The first attempt lipped out and spun directly back to Schwartzel. Sucks, but it happens. The second attempt...
Charl Schwartzel of South Africa birdied the last two holes to narrowly get inside the top 70 in the FedEx Cup and advance to the third playoff event next week at Crooked Stick. The question now is whether he will show up.
Schwartzel has been coping with a rib injury since the U.S. Open, and it has flared up again. Schwartzel told one media outlet he was ''doubtful'...
Sunday at the 2012 Deutsche Bank Championship at TPC Boston, Charl Schwartzel missed a 3 foot birdie putt, followed by a missed par putt, followed by a missed bogey putt...before sinking the double...
Full story at Bob's Blitz ~ http://www.bobsblitz.com
Witnessing a four-putt on the PGA tour is about as rare an event as seeing a double-eagle, but they do happen. Just ask 2011 Masters champion Charl Schwartzel, who took four putts from three feet away during third round action at the Deutsche Bank Championship this past Saturday. Needless to say his double-bogey on No.18—which left him at 8-over 79 for the day—effectively...
As some golfers might tell you, sometimes the shortest putts are the hardest and it appears that pro golfer Charl Schwartzel had one of those days at the third round of the Deutsche Bank Championship.In the below video, all Charl had to do was sink a four yard putt on the 18th hole to achieve a birdie and end his day.Watch as Charl misses four straight putts and finishes the hole...
Video: Just like me and my golf buddies!
Charl Schwartzel had a rough go-of-it at the Deutsche Bank Championship tournament.
via Holdout Sports