Found February 03, 2013 on Holdout Sports:
Pro golfer Padraig Harrington had some fun as he kicked some footballs into the crowd as he prepared for the 16th hole during Saturday's third round of the Waste Management Open golf tournament in Phoenix. One of Harrington's sponsors is Wilson, the company that also happens to make NFL footballs for the Super Bowl, so it seemed appropriate for Harrington to get some kicks in during Super Bowl weekend. Harrington had never kicked or thrown an American football in his life, but his field goal kicks were pretty good, and the crowd certainly approved. More importantly, Harrington shot an 8-under 63 on Saturday to put him tied for third overall for the tournament heading into the final round. Video via PGATour. H/T DBG. Visit us at and follow us on Twitter @HoldoutSports.

WM Phoenix Open--- Day 3 Highlights

Phil stole the show again.  And put a thrill in the fans at 16 as he just misses an ace.   Padraig Harrington signing with 49er's on Monday?  Maybe.   And finally...which one did you bet on?  The caddie races!!!!          

Caddy does face-plant trying to race his brother at Waste Management Open

The 16th hole on Saturday provided the entertainment at the Waste Management Open. Two caddies, Brent and Kip Henley, were shown racing to the green, with one of them taking a hard spill. Said one of the announcers, “looks like a Ray Lewis takedown!”No.16 had some quality excitement for the fans in attendance at T.P.C. Scottsdale. Not only did they witness the hilarious brother...
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