This is just too funny. How many of us have been playing golf and felt like our game went so bad that it was in the crapper? Now, of those times, how many times did your ball actually go into a crapper?
That happened to Belgian pro Nicolas Colsaerts Sunday during the Volvo World Match Play Championship when his tee shot on hole No. 10 landed, in of all places--a public bathroom...
Unfortunately, Nicolas Colsaerts didn’t have to play by the Happy Gilmore rule of “play it where it lies” on Saturday at the Volvo World Match Play Championship. After Colsaerts hit a drive well into the hazard, a rules official determined the closest drop point was inside a bathroom. The announcers had a good laugh when trying to figure out if he would actually have to take...
Nicolas Colsaerts had a tee shot go into a hazard during the quarter finals of the Volvo World Match play. The hazard was ... a bathroom.
He ended making par.
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It took 12 months, but Graeme McDowell finally gained revenge on Nicolas Colsaerts for losing last year's Volvo World Match Play final.
The Northern Irishman defeated Colsaerts, 2 and 1, even though the Belgian made one of the more famous up-and-downs in the history of golf, saving a par from a restroom on the 10th hole.
Yes, a restroom.
McDowell was 3 up at the time when...
During the Volvo World Match Play Championship, Nicolas Colsaerts found himself in a very unusual position following an errant tee shot. Colsaerts hit a poor tee shot out of bounds and was forced to take a drop. However, that drop was one which was actually found to be in a nearby restroom.
Devil Ball explains more:
Colsaerts was playing Graeme McDowell when his tee shot on par...
While playing his quarterfinal match against Graham McDowell in the Volvo World Match play Nicolas Colsaerts hit an errant tee shot into a hazard. After officials ruled he crossed the line over the toilet, they made him drop the golf ball in a strange place…the bathroom. Somehow he still made par and halved the hole.
Those announcers sure do love their bathroom jokes.
Nicolas Colsaerts, known as the ''Belgian Bomber,'' tapped into some master's-level knowledge about Augusta National from six-time Masters champion Jack Nicklaus.
The 30-year-old Colsaerts is soaking in everything he can on his first trip to the Masters. He felt like he knew the place intimately after sitting across from Nicklaus last week in West Palm Beach...
Via AP on Fox
April 08, 2013
Nicolas Colsaerts of Belgium is closer to becoming a full PGA Tour member than tour officials first indicated.
Colsaerts has received a sponsor exemption to play next week in the Frys.com Open. As a special temporary member, he could earn a full card if he finishes the equivalent of No. 125 on the money list at the end of the year.
The tour said Tuesday that Colsaerts had earned...
Via AP on Fox
October 03, 2012
"European Ryder Cup player" is a better tag than "party animal." Nicolas Colsaerts has worn both labels. He'll wear the former with great pride when he tees it up at Medinah as one of European captain Jose Maria Olazabal's two wild-card picks.
Colsaerts will make history by becoming the first Belgian to play in the biennial match. It's a long way...
Belgian Born Golfer Nicolas Colsaerts has never won a major golf championship in his life. He does have 9 wins to his credit his latest at the Volvo World Match Play Championship where he defeated Graeme McDowell one up in May of this year. Colsaerts didn’t let his lack of experience stop him from playing well at the Open Championship, he went out and set the tone early with an...