The golf world is alive and well on Twitter, sharing some insight into the lives of the best players on the planet — on and off the course. Here are our favorite tweets from the week that was.1) The Latest Wedges In the World Of Golf Couple new wedges this morning courtesy of @VokeyWedges. pic.twitter.com/LPyVlnHCX5— Graham DeLaet (@GrahamDeLaet) March 5, 2014A closeup of...
Prior to playing the WGC-Cadillac Championship this week, golfers flew over to Homestead Speedway to take the Cadillac V-Series Challenge for Charity. They competed in various challenges on the track, such as slaloms and drag races, reaching speeds more than 150 mph, in order to earn points for their charity.Related Link: 5 Things You Need to Know: Cadillac ChampionshipHunter Mahan...
Canadian star Graham DeLaet has inked a deal to join the PUMA Golf team in 2014, joining stars like Rickie Fowler, Lexi Thompson and Jonas Blixt on the already-impressive roster.In a press release, Bob Philon, President of COBRA PUMA Golf, said of DeLaet, “He is a world class performer who brings a fresh look to the course, making the perfect representation of the style and performance...
Monahan mania is spreading.
Midway though the first period of the Flames 3-2 victory over the Montreal Canadiens the nation's favourite golfer weighed in on the Calgary rookie.
“Absolutely loving this Monahan kid!” avid Flames fan Graham DeLaet wrote on Twitter.
Monahan the prized No. 6 pick in this year's NHL draft is giving DeLaet and the Flames faithful plenty to...
Jason Day and Graham DeLaet who have been playing some solid golf look to try to bring the International team back to give them the lead.
Well ladies and gentleman, it looks like golf’s biggest fan, Mother Nature is at it again. For the second straight day, rain stops play at the President’s Cup. Maybe the Phil patting Keegan on the butt thing stopped play? Maybe it was because...
Steve Stricker earned a spot on another Presidents Cup team with his runner-up finish in the Deutsche Bank Championship. Zach Johnson earned his spot in even more dramatic fashion.
The 10th and final spot for the American team came down to Zach Johnson and Webb Simpson, who were in the same group. Johnson made a 25-foot birdie putt on the last hole to beat Simpson by $5,715.
Former Boise State University men's golfer Graham DeLaet (2001-06) is leading the PGA Tour's Sony Open after the opening round, Thursday.
Graham DeLaet has never been happier to be on the PGA Tour, and it showed Thursday in the Sony Open. One year after back surgery that made him wonder if he could ever play golf again, DeLaet chipped in for eagle and twice holed 35-foot birdie putts for a 7-under 63 that gave the Canadian a two-shot lead.
One year after back surgery that made him wonder if he could ever play golf again, Canada's Graham DeLaet chipped in for eagle and twice holed 35-foot birdie putts for a 7-under 63 Thursday for a two-shot lead among the early starters at the Sony Open.
Carl Pettersson and former Sony Open champion K.J. Choi were among those at 65, while Webb Simpson was in the group at 66.
Via AP on Fox
January 12, 2012
Graham DeLaet has never been happier to be on the PGA Tour, and it showed Thursday in the Sony Open.
January 12, 2012