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Champions Tour: Sandy Lyle, Ian Woosnam team to lead Legends of Golf

  Boyhood rivals Ian Woosnam and Sandy Lyle took a two-stroke lead Saturday in the Champions Tour's Bass Pro Shops Legends of Golf at Big Cedar Lodge. Woosnam and Lyle shot a 6-under 64 in better-play play on Buffalo Ridge's regulation Springs course to reach 13 under. On Thursday, they had the best score at the par-3 Top of the Rock course, a 7-under 47 for nine holes of modified...
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Sandy Lyle, Ian Woosnam team to lead Legends of Golf

RIDGEDALE, Mo. (AP) Boyhood rivals Ian Woosnam and Sandy Lyle took a two-stroke lead Saturday in the Champions Tour's Bass Pro Shops Legends of Golf at Big Cedar Lodge. Woosnam and Lyle shot a 6-under 64 in better-play play on Buffalo Ridge's regulation Springs course to reach 13 under. On Thursday, they had the best score at the par-3 Top of the Rock course, a 7-under 47 for nine...
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Former Buckeyes teammates Cook, Sindelar top Legends of Golf

RIDGEDALE, Mo. (AP) Former Ohio State teammates John Cook and Joey Sindelar shot a 10-under 60 in better-ball play Friday to take the first-round lead in the Champions Tour's Bass Pro Shops Legends of Golf. Cook and Sindelar birdied the final four holes on Buffalo Ridge's regulation Springs course. The teams of Jay Don Blake-David Frost and Mark Brooks-John Huston were tied for...
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Champions Tour: Former Buckeyes teammates Cook, Sindelar top Legends of Golf

  Former Ohio State teammates John Cook and Joey Sindelar shot a 10-under 60 in better-ball play Friday to take the first-round lead in the Champions Tour's Bass Pro Shops Legends of Golf. Cook and Sindelar birdied the final four holes on Buffalo Ridge's regulation Springs course. The teams of Jay Don Blake-David Frost and Mark Brooks-John Huston were tied for second. They also...
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Like the 72 Dolphins, Nick Faldo was rooting hard against Spieth at Masters

Nick Faldo was rooting hard against Spieth at Masters, so writes Steve DelVecchio.Faldo and Jack Nicklaus currently hold the record for the lowest single-round score in any major tournament. Spieth’s first-round 64 was just one stroke away from tying the 63’s that were put together by Nicklaus and Faldo, who would not have been a graceful loser if his mark fell.“I was sitting...
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Jack Nicklaus, Gary Player pair up for Legends of Golf

  Jack Nicklaus needed some help wrapping his head around the format changes in the Champions Tour's Bass Pro Shops Legends of Golf. "You lost me because I don't even know what you're talking about," Nicklaus said. "What are we doing here tomorrow?" Nicklaus and partner Gary Player will open Friday on Big Cedar Lodge Resort's par-3 Top of the Rock layout, playing nine holes of better...
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Nicklaus, Player set for Legends of Golf

RIDGEDALE, Mo. (AP) Jack Nicklaus needed some help wrapping his head around the format changes in the Champion Tour's Bass Pro Shops Legends of Golf. ''You lost me because I don't even know what you're talking about,'' Nicklaus said. ''What are we doing here tomorrow?'' Nicklaus and partner Gary Player will open Friday on Big Cedar Lodge Resort's par-3 Top of the Rock layout, playing...
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Watch this parody 'Master of Putters' and know @Goofnest is going to be huge

Master of Putters: Music Parody of PGA The Masters 2015. A Music Parody of The Masters 2015 starring Bubba Watson, Rory Mcilroy, Keegan Bradley, Arnold Palmer, Jack Nicklaus, Tiger Wood. Funny golf video clips at its best to get amped for US Masters Golf by Goofnest.comApplauding.Follow us on Twitter for exclusive stories, Subscribe by Email, or Return home for Top sports news.
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Changing of the guard at the Masters

The day began with a celebration of the past when Gary Player, Jack Nicklaus and Arnold Palmer participated with a ceremonial first shot, signifying the beginning of the 79th edition of the Masters Tournament. Combined the three men have worn…Read more →
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Golf’s Big Three (Arnold Palmer, Gary Player & Jack Nicklaus) Hit The Opening Tee Shots At The Masters Again

One of golf’s great traditions continued early this morning at Augusta when Arnold Palmer, Gary Player and Jack Nicklaus all hit a drive from the first tee box to officially open the Masters. The three legends have been honorary starters for the tournament for years now and it’s always great to see them return to Article found on: Next Impulse Sports
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Big Three on the tee a Masters tradition steeped in history

AUGUSTA, Ga. (AP) They shared the lead going into the weekend 50 years ago at Augusta National. Arnold Palmer, Jack Nicklaus and Gary Player were together again Thursday morning in another familiar role. Each hit a drive off the first tee to start the Masters. And then golf's ''Big Three'' shared memories and jokes about their games and friendship. They combined to win the Masters...
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Video: 75-year-old Jack Nicklaus hits hole-in-one

Golfing legend Jack Nicklaus was playing in a group with Gary Player and Ben Crenshaw at Wednesday’s Par-3 contest at Augusta National when he did the unexpected. The Golden Bear, on No. 4, banked the shot much to everyone’s delight. Watch @jacknicklaus makes a hole-in-one on No. 4 during the #par3contest #themasters https://t.co/R6eX1kwQo1 — Masters Tournament (@TheMasters...
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Jack Nicklaus nails hole-in-one at Masters Par-3 Contest (VIDEO)

75-year-old Jack Nicklaus reminded everyone what made him a golfing great during the Masters Tournament Par-3 Contest on Wednesday. Watch as the six-time Masters champion nails this ace. A hole-in-one at any age is tough. Way to go Golden Bear.
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WATCH: Golf Legend Jack Nicklaus Nails Hole-in-One During Masters Par 3 Contest After Calling His Shot Earlier

Every year before the Masters starts golfers past and present participate in the Par-3 contest. Many of the game's current stars take it as a chance to have a loved one caddie for them, and some of the legends of the game will often play as well. This year one of the game's greatest, the Golden Bear, Jack Nicklaus played and did something he never did during his competitive days...
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Jack Nicklaus calls shot, sinks hole-in-one at Masters Par 3

As if you needed another reason to love Jack Nicklaus. The Golden Bear appeared Wednesday on ESPN’s “SportsCenter” with Scott Van Pelt before competing in the Masters’ annual Par 3 Contest. As he signed off, Nicklaus tipped off Van Pelt that he might put on a show. “Maybe a hole-in-one,” the 75-year-old golf legend suggested. Van Pelt replied that he’d love to see...
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WATCH: Jack Nicklaus Hole In One, Masters Par 3

Jack Nicklaus hit a hole-in-one in The Masters Par 3 tournament today. Watch the whole video below. Hottest WAGs of the Masters 2015 [PHOTOS] Golf can be boring, but these women make us actually want to watch. Read More →
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Jack Nicklaus Knocks Hole-In-One At Masters Par 3 Contest

Jack Nicklaus hit a hole-in-one during The Masters' Par 3 contest on Wednesday, because the Golden Bear is also the GOAT.
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Bearing down: Jack Nicklaus makes hole-in-one at Par-3

AUGUSTA, Ga. (AP) Jack Nicklaus thrilled the crowd Wednesday at the annual Masters par-3 contest, making a hole-in-one on the fourth hole. The six-time Masters champion, playing in the exhibition at age 75, spun an iron shot back into the hole for the ace. After his ball bounced twice then took a third hop before spinning back into the hole, Nicklaus was congratulated by Ben Crenshaw...
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Watch: Jack Nicklaus aces fourth hole during Masters Par-3 Contest

Jack Nicklaus is 75 years old. He showed everyone at The Masters on Wednesday that he still has it. The Golden Bear aced the fourth hole in the Par-3 Contest. The feat came a day after Nicklaus won the first of his six Masters title in 1963. That one came when he was all of 23 years old. Check out today's great shot: Here's a look at a shot that came pretty close in 2014:    
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Jack Nicklaus sinks hole-in-one at Masters par-3 contest (Video)

Jack Nicklaus may be 75 years old and unable to hit a golf ball as far as he used to, but the greatest golfer who ever lived still has swagger most of us could never dream of. On Wednesday, Nicklaus drained a hole-in-one at the fourth hole of the Masters par-3 contest. As if the...Read More
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Watch Jack Nicklaus hit a hole in one at the 2015 Par 3 Contest at Augusta National today

Jack Nicklaus has a hole in one at the 2015 Par 3 Contest at Augusta National today.Bam.Follow us on Twitter for exclusive stories, Subscribe by Email, or Return home for Top sports news.
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Jack Nicklaus Hole In One At Masters Par 3 Contest

  Jack Nicklaus is 75 and still able to drop a hole in one at the Masters during the Par 3 contest.  
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Jack Nicklaus Hits a Hole-in-One During the Masters Par 3 Contest

Jack Nicklaus is 75-years-old but that isn’t slowing him down any. On Wednesday at the Masters’ Par 3 contest Jack nailed a hole-in-one on hole number 4. You can watch the ace right below and marvel at how amazing of a scene it is at Augusta right now. Jack has had a little bit of Article found on: Next Impulse Sports
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Ben Crenshaw's final Masters will be memorable

AUGUSTA, Ga. – Ben Crenshaw is in for a busy week at Augusta National. For starters, he’ll play the Masters for a 44th – and final – time. On Wednesday, he’s been asked to step up and fill some pretty big shoes in the annual Par 3 Contest. Crenshaw will sub in for the injured Arnold Palmer as part of the Big Three pairing alongside Jack Nicklaus and Gary Player. “We are...
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Why the Masters doesn't start until the back 9 on Sunday

AUGUSTA, Ga. (AP) Jack Nicklaus was lining up his birdie putt on the ninth green at Augusta National when he heard a roar that startled him, and then another one moments later just as loud. Tom Kite and Seve Ballesteros had each made an eagle behind him in the 1986 Masters. Turning to the gallery, Nicklaus said, ''Why don't we see if we can make a little noise up here ourselves...
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22 days ago  |  Discuss
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