CHRIS KIRK RUMORS & GOSSIP
We’re five months removed from the last college football game and two-and-a-half months away from the next one, but ESPN college football analyst Danny Kanell has found another way to troll the SEC on Twitter.
He’s using the U.S. Open.
The putting greens at Chamber’s Bay (Washington) have been criticized pretty heavily during the week. That criticism reached its peak Sunday...
Chris Kirk's final round at the U.S. Open on Sunday got off to a very rough start when he recorded a 10 on the opening hole after struggling to get his chip shots to stick on the sloping green.
After his second shot on the par-four first left him just off the green to the downslope side, Kirk attempted a chip up toward the hole with his third shot. But the ball slid right back down...
Chris Kirk had enough of Chambers Bay on Sunday and still had 17 holes to go.
Playing in the second group off in the final round of the U.S. Open, Kirk was left in fits by the short, par-4 opening hole and its elevated green.
His tee shot found the left rough, and his approach to the green came up short. His next five shots up the slope all rolled right back to his feet. When...
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14 days ago
Shot of the day!
Chris Kirk buried an eagle on the par-4 10th hole Friday in one of the highlights of round. Check it out in the video above.
Kirk was 4-over for the tournament at the time, putting him just outside the projected cut area. The eagle is a huge boost to his chances to play the weekend.
FORT WORTH, Texas -- Chris Kirk made a par-saving 7-foot putt after an errant tee shot at the 18th hole, avoiding a playoff at Colonial and winning by a stroke Sunday for his fourth PGA Tour victory.
With a closing 4-under 66, Kirk got to 12-under 268, one ahead of Masters champion Jordan Spieth, playing partner Brandt Snedeker and Jason Bohn.
After Kirk hooked his tee shot at No...
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May 24, 2015
Chris Kirk has his work cut out for him, which is saying something considered he’ll enter Sunday as the leader at The Players Championship with a 10-under 206 — only good for a one-shot lead.
Day Three leaders Jerry Kelly and Kevin Na slipped into a six-way tie for fifth by shooting par on Saturday, but are certainly within striking distance of a victory...
PONTE VEDRA BEACH, Fla. — Chris Kirk felt his round slipping away when he missed a short birdie putt and followed that with two straight bogeys to fall out of the top 10. Three consecutive birdies later, he was on his way to a 4-under 68 and a one-shot lead going into the final round.
But that’s like having no lead at all. Not with two dozen players...
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NORTON, Mass. — Chris Kirk picked up the biggest victory of his career Monday in the Deutsche Bank Championship.
Still to be determined is just how big.
Kirk closed with a 5-under 66 in another wild Labor Day finish at the TPC Boston, coming up with three big putts on the back nine to pull away for a two-shot victory. Along the way, he made a strong case to be one of the three...
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This weekend keeps getting better for the Georgia Bulldogs. After the No. 12 Georgia football thrashed No. 18 Clemson 45-21, former Bulldog, Chris Kirk, surged on Monday to win the Deutsche Bank Championship for his third PGA Tour win and the biggest of his career.
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