The best week of my life happened in 2007. I returned home from Paris on Saturday, saw the Police twice, Dave Matthews Band once, went to two Red Sox games and left for Bermuda on Sunday. It was awesome.
But, I think I’d trade it for the week that Aussie Richard Green just experienced.
If the name rings a bell, that’s probably because you heard it on Wednesday, after he made...
MELBOURNE, Australia -- Australia's Richard Green and his Norwegian fiancee Marianne Skarpnord made golf history Sunday by winning the men's and women's titles at the Victoria Open on the same course on the same day.
The tournament is a professional rarity in which the men's and women's tournaments are contested concurrently.
Skarpnord first won the women's title by two strokes from...
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We don’t post many golf articles, but that had to change following what was one of the best golf shots in history.
Pro golfer Richard Green—an Australian—nailed a hole-in-one during a Pro-Am tournament this past week. A par-four hole-in-one is rarity. More than that, the bounce Green’s ball took en-route to the cup was about as fluky as it gets.
After watching that video...
As golfers, we talk a lot about “bad breaks” and “unlucky bounces” and players are forever wondering when the golf gods are going to flip the scales and we’ll cash in all our our “bad bounce” currency for the one that makes it all worth while.
I hate to say it, but I think Richard Green just cashed in all of the golf world’s bad breaks in making this ace on Wednesday...
Richard Green scored his 1st albatross with an ace at the par-4 15th during the Oates Vic Open Pro-Am. Follow us on Twitter for exclusive stories, Subscribe by Email, or Return home for Top sports news.
Richard Green knew exactly was he was doing. The unknown golfer managed to record an extremely rare hole-in-one on a Par 4 and did so in baffling fashion. During the Oates Vic Open at the Thirteenth Beach Golf Links in Australia, Green ripped a drive on the Par 4 15th Hole and it appeared destined
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It might be time for Richard Green to invest in some lottery tickets.
The Australian golfer is an unknown in the golfing world, but that might change after he recorded one of the most improbable hole-in-ones you’ll ever see.
Playing at the Oates Vic Open on the Australasian Tour at Thirteenth Beach Golf Links in Australia, Green opted to hit driver on the par-4 15th hole.