Spencer Levin did not take kindly to his 7th hole attempt at the U.S. Open at Oakmont on Friday. After whiffing his second shot, the 32-year-old Californian clearly reached his breaking point, beating his golf club to the ground repeatedly before squatting in what appears to be a pose of angry shame. Levin finished out the day at 5 over.
By David Kenyon The first tournament of the PGA Tour’s FedEx Cup playoffs teed off on Thursday, and Bubba Watson is off to a respectable start at The Barclays. But according to ESPN’s Jason Sebel, Watson said he won’t have many thoughts about the five-under-par 65 that has him atop the leaderboard, and that "I'm so dumb, I'm not going to think about it." The affable left...
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