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Have you ever hit an albatross to win a tournament? Christopher Meyers did.

Christopher Meyers stunned everyone when he holed out to claim a miraculous win in the pro-junior competition at the Nature Valley First Tee Open. The 17-year old Stanford commit and his partner Lee Janzen were behind one stroke.  Meyers steps up and makes an albatross on the par 5 18th hole at Pebble Beach on Sunday for the improbable victory. I understand if golf fans were all...
Via Pro Sports Daily
25 days ago  |  Discuss

Your June 4th Pin Sheet

Here's your June 4th Pin Sheet: US Open Qualifying results. GolfChannel's Twitter feed.   Lee Janzen DQ'd from qualifier for wearing metal spikes. NCAA Champ Max Homa among those to qualify for Open. Kuchar heading right to Merion:  "Kuchar was headed to Baltusrol on Monday for a corporate outing with one of his sponsors. He said he would...
Via The Pin Sheet
June 04, 2013  |  Discuss

Janzen disqualified for wearing metal spikes

Two-time champion Lee Janzen has been knocked out of U.S. Open qualifying for wearing metal spikes at a course that doesn't allow them. Janzen was at the 36-hole U.S. Open qualifier at Woodmont Country Club. He opened with a 75 on the North course when it was discovered he was wearing metal spikes. All players were informed of the rule against metal spikes in a May 20 letter...
Via AP on Fox
June 03, 2013  |  Discuss

112th U.S. Open Takes Over The Olympic Club

On Thursday morning, The Olympic Club in San Francisco, California plays host to the 112th United States Open Championship, the PGA Tour’s second of four major tournaments. The 156 player field invades The Olympic Club for the U.S. Open for the first time since 1998 when Lee Janzen won the event shooting even par for [...]
Via CLNS Radio
June 13, 2012  |  Discuss

Mighty Casey Back At Bat

Lee Janzen may have won the 1998 U.S. Open golf championship, Payne Stewart may have narrowly missed an opportunity to force a playoff, and the 18th green may have been a bigger story than the USGA would’ve liked. But what I remember about the Olympic Club nearly 15 years ago is not what happened from tee to green, but more so how a certain player navigated it. The 98th U.S. Open...
Via Oregon Sports News
June 06, 2012  |  Discuss

Professional Golfers Face a High Hurdle

PGA Tour qualifying tournaments are 108-hole battles with huge stakes, even for some veterans like David Duval and Lee Janzen.
Via New York Times Sports
December 03, 2011  |  Discuss

Andy Pope - Q School

Andy Pope (2006) made it to the Final Stage of Q-School. He is playing the 2nd round (of 6) and is currently T-68. Top-25 earn their PGA tour cards for next year. A lot of noteworthy names in the field including Lee Janzen, David Duval, and Boo Weekley. You can follow the Leaderboard here:
Via Xavier Hoops
December 01, 2011  |  Discuss
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