From today’s Royal Bank of Scotland clinic at Winged Foot with Ian Baker-Finch and “you couldn’t hit the side of a Ricky Barnes”
Ricky Barnes tore up the Zurich Classic on Thursday to nab the early lead, but the real star of the day was a three-legged gator adorably wobbling its way across a fairway.
The video below actually shows two gators playing through on the New Orleans course, the first appearing to be much smaller and in possession of all four legs. Our wounded friend comes in at about the 21-second...
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Three curious — more likely territorial — alligators wandered out of a water hazard and made an appearance on the fairway during the first-round the Zurich Classic of New Orleans Thursday. Considering that they consider the bayou their home turf, it was no surprise to see the critters lurking about. The creepy part was watching one three-legged, eight-footer hobble up to a...
The Zurich Classic of New Orleans had an interesting occurrence on Thursday as a three-legged alligator decided to go for a stroll through the golf course during play. You can see from the video that the large creature got pretty close to a rules official who was much braver than I would ever be. The rain soaked TPC Louisiana fairways must have seemed very comfortable for...
Ricky Barnes said he still owes his newborn daughter a late birthday present.
Perhaps a piece of silver would be appropriate.
Barnes birdied six of the last eight holes Thursday at rain-softened TPC Louisiana to take a one-stroke lead at the Zurich Classic of New Orleans, which awards a silver cup to the winner.
Barnes finished the opening round with an eagle, seven birdies and...
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April 24, 2013
Both Bill Belichick and Brian Kelly came up just short in their respective football championships this season, and it appears they’ll have some time to talk about this week.
Belichick and Kelly were paired as part of a foursome, along with PGA Tour members Ricky Barnes and James Driscoll, at the AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am out in California from Thursday through Saturday...
You read yesterday how PGA tour golfer Ricky Barnes discussed his four rounds at Pebble Beach with Patriots coach Bill Belichick.. It was kinda cool. For fun, I wanted to see if Barnes had some thoughts on Belichick’s swing. Turns out, he did. I’m almost positive I didn’t screw it up when posting this audio clip of his answer. Check it out:
In the wake of losing Super Bowl XLVI, Bill Belichick played in the AT&T Pro-Am, and his partner, Ricky Barnes, praised the Patriots coach as a willing learner.
Patriots coach Bill Belichick spent the immediate aftermath of the Super Bowl XLVI loss at Pebble Beach playing in the AT&T Pro-Am, and it sounded therapeutic. Interestingly enough, he did really well, finishing third alongside partner Ricky Barnes.
To learn a little more about the experience from the perspective of Barnes, I spoke with the golfer in between shots on the driving...