Golf’s third major of the 2014 season is upon us, and the world’s greatest players are across the pond for the Open Championship.
The British Open is back at one of the sport’s oldest and most famous courses, Royal Liverpool. This marks the first time the Open has been held there since 2006.
The winner of that 2006 tournament was Tiger Woods, who is making his first major appearance...
Masters Moment #2: The Chip In
It’s wild to think of golf in the same way we think of more mainstream sports. While golf is exciting, it is definitely more subdued when it comes to fandom. Golf shots rarely elicit the same reactions as a buzzer beater or a last minute touchdown. But if there was ever a shot that made fans jump out of their seats, it happened at the 2005 Masters...
With March Madness heating up and conference tournaments crowning their champions, the craziness that is the NCAA Tournament is now upon us. Everyone loves watching the tournament and filling out brackets, trying to predict this year’s Cinderella story — even PGA Tour players.Some players have taken to Twitter to show support for their alma mater, hoping their school will make...
Former PGA Tour golfer Chris DiMarco took his turn as the honorary Mr. Two Bits prior to Florida’s Saturday night showdown against the Arkansas Razorbacks.
On Saturday, the Gators play host to an improved Arkansas squad, and former PGA Tour star Chris DiMarco will be the game’s honorary Mr. Two Bits.
The streak continues.
Tiger Woods, despite closing Sunday with four birdies over his final 10 holes, could only muster a 2-under 70 and finished T-4 to run his Masters winless streak to eight tournaments.
"It's just the way it goes," said Woods, who last won at Augusta in 2005, picking up his fourth green jacket after beating Chris DiMarco in a playoff. "As I...
Jamie Donaldson has made a hole-in-one at the Masters.
The Welsh golfer aced the sixth hole during Thursday's opening round. He becomes the fifth golfer to make a 1 at the 180-yard hole known as Juniper. And it's the first since Chris DiMarco in 2004.
Overall, it was the 24th ace in Masters history. Last year, Bo Van Pelt and Adam Scott made holes-in-one at No. 16.
Via AP on Fox
April 11, 2013
This weekend at the John Deere Classic, Chris DiMarco took a run at a birdie putt, but left it just short of the cup. Or, as renowned golf analyst David Feherty said, DiMarco left it…
David Feherty on the putt Chris DiMarco was left with at the John Deere Classic this weekend: "A wiener length short."
What's interesting about that was we were thinking exactly the same thing...
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With health woes apparently behind him, Chris DiMarco's career resurgence took a swing for the better after a 64 on Friday at the Humana Challenge, writes ESPN.com's Farrell Evans.
January 20, 2012