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It’s been an eventful morning at the PGA Championship and Oak Hill has been deluged by rain. So much rain, in fact, that GIF reveal that the grounds crew has resorted to squeegeeing off the course. Not only that, the rain may have caused some soggy-induced friskiness in at least one patron as evidenced by […]The post PGA Championship GIFs: Kid dances behind Feherty, squeegees & boob grab videobomb appeared first on Sportress of Blogitude.
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If showing up is half the battle then registering is the other 50 percent. Phil Mickelson holds the No. 2 ranking in the world and he is coming off an impressive victory at the Open Championship three weeks ago, but “Lefty” risked disqualification from the PGA Championship when he almost forgot to register for the event. The tournament is slated to begin Thursday, but as of Wednesday...
BETTER LATE THAN NEVER
Phil Mickelson nearly forgot to register for the PGA Championship but managed to sneak in just in time, racing into the Oak Hill clubhouse Wednesday wearing flip-flops.
Among the things one should do before playing in the PGA Championship, registering for the PGA Championship should probably be the top priority.
No one apparently told that to Phil Mickelson, however, and as a result, the Open Championship winner nearly missed out on this weekend's festivities at Oak Hill Country Club.
According to the Golf Channel , Mickelson did not play...
Phil Mickelson and Tiger Woods aren't likely texting buddies, but if they were, Thursday night's electronic missive from Mickelson to the world No. 1 might go something like this:
@ClaretJug13 to @TDub14Majors: Hey, sorry about the way your round finished today, slipping out of red numbers with that unfortunate double bogey. Don't worry, though. I know exactly how you...
So yeah, it was a little dribbler of a day for Phil Mickelson Saturday at the PGA Championship, the kind of day you hit it into the trees, drive home and then realize you left your sunglasses in the 18th tee box.
It was such an all-around bummer that Mr. Everyman didn't talk to reporters after recording a 78, one of his worst rounds in 10 years.
Remember, Mickelson had some...
The fourth and final PGA major of the season is upon us, giving Tiger Woods one final chance this year to fight for the 15th major title of his career.
The 37-year-old has 4-1 odds of winning the PGA Championship, according to oddsmakers, but fans that like to back the veteran know to approach the last major of the 2013 season with caution. Woods was given good chances in the other...
Phil Mickelson had hoped he would shoot a 64 or 65 at Oak Hill Saturday and run up the leaderboard. But that didn’t happen. According to CBSSports.com, Mickelson’s third-round eight-over 78 ties his worst score ever in a PGA
PITTSFORD, N.Y. — With every major, Adam Scott is making a convincing case that he isn’t satisfied with just a green jacket.
Scott ran off five straight birdies early in his round at soft and vulnerable Oak Hill, and finished with a 15-foot par for a 5-under 65 that gave him a share of the lead Thursday with Jim Furyk in the PGA Championship.
Scott finally became a major champion...
Tiger Woods shot a 1-over-par 71 Thursday at Oak Hill Country Club after he double-bogeyed the final hole. Woods, who trails clubhouse leader Jim Furyk by six shots, had just two birdies, failing to take advantage of the relatively good scoring conditions. “The round realistically could have been under par easily,” said
Even as golf embarks on the final major of the year at the PGA Championship, still fresh in the mind is the closing round Phil Mickelson put together at Muirfield to win the British Open. He birdied four of the last six holes for a 6-under 66, the best round of the day in demanding conditions.
It matched the low round of the week and was 7.5 shots better than the average score that...