Now that the Ryder Cup is over, the American golfers who took part in the event are starting to speak out. This was the second time that Webb Simpson has been part of the Ryder Cup team. Simpson, who only played in two matches this time around, left the event with a bad taste in his mouth.
Simpson says off the golf course he had a great time but when it came to golf, the Ryder...
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Webb Simpson shot a 72 on Thursday that felt like a 64.
Then he went out and shot an actual 64.
Simpson, who was at 5 over after his first eight holes of the PGA Championship, surged into contention Friday by tying the course record at Oak Hill. With a 6-under 64 in the morning, he was at 4 under overall, three strokes behind early leader Adam Scott.
Simpson didn't know the...
Webb Simpson already played for an amateur championship at Merion.
He's ready to win a major there on his next visit.
Simpson is one of the few active PGA Tour members to play at the suburban Philadelphia course, competing at the 2005 U.S. Amateur. When he returns in June, Simpson has a grander goal in mind than finishing 72: Simpson wants to defend his U.S. Open championship...
Via AP on Fox
April 29, 2013
Webb Simpson's trophy presentation at the U.S. Open was overshadowed by a crazed fan who appeared on camera making bird noises. The fan, who has since been identified as Andrew Dudley aka "Jungle Bird," an advocate against deforestation, apologized during an appearance on CNN for interrupting Simpson's special moment. "Jungle Bird" said that he wasn'...
CNN caught with the man who interrupted Webb Simpson’s U.S. Open interview. The man, who calls himself “Jungle Bird”, go figure, gave CNN the play-by-play of how he we able to crash the interview and what happened after police apprehended him.
He then apologized to Webb Simpson and stated that he didn’t intend to steal his moment; he was just using it to champion the cause...
Andrew Dudley, a/k/a “Jungle Bird," the man who videobombed the U.S. Open trophy presentation, apologized to winner Webb Simpson during a recent interview.
WHAT A BIRDBRAIN
The bird-calling videobomber from Sunday's U.S. Open trophy presentation has been identified. He goes by "Official Jungle Bird" and he wants to end deforestation.