Andrew “Beef” Johnston claimed his first European Tour trophy with a win today at the Spanish Open, and the north Londoner can’t wait to get home from Andalusia so he can see his folks and “get hammered,” as he told press following his victory:
Michael Lorenzo-Vera leads this weekend’s Euro Tour Spanish Open at Valderrama after he eagled the par-5 17th with this outstanding shot. Even more outstanding: the Frenchman’s reaction.
Jordan Spieth’s quadruple-bogey at Augusta National’s par-3 12 shocked viewers around the world and cost him the Masters. How could such an incredibly talented golfer melt down like that? We went back into the video to see exactly what happened—and found something bizarre.
Holes-in-one for everyone! Moments after Shane Lowry’s eight-iron tee shot found the hole, veteran Davis Love III repeated the trick using a seven-iron. Who needs guys named Spieth or McIlroy?
Wonderfully profane Irishman Shane Lowry may be tied for 42nd place in this final round of the Masters, but he took home a special moment today on the 16th when he became the first in four years to hit a hole-in-one from that tee. He seems pretty excited.
Augusta National is turning the world’s best golfers into muni course hackers before our eyes. Here are the tournament leaders both playing the carom off the par-3 fourth hole seating section, bumper bowling-style.
Tiger Woods will be absent from Augusta National again as the four-time winner is simply too injured to compete, he announced tonight on his website. Let’s remember better times for Tiger:
Rory McIlroy had a mediocre turn at this weekend’s Arnold Palmer Invitational—finishing in a tie for 25th place—but he closed his Sunday with an incredible long-range putt for birdie on the par-4 18th at Bay Hill. The Northern Irishman changed his putting approach earlier this month, and it might just work out for the…
Today’s PGA event from Palm Beach Gardens features some of the best professional golfers in the world, and that includes a personal favorte: Shane Lowry. The Irishman’s never at a loss for words, as evidenced by his brief and profane response to finding the water on the 15th.
The PGA tour’s slogan is “These Guys Are Good,” but that doesn’t apply to the amateurs playing alongside professionals at this week’s Pebble Beach pro-am. One of those amateurs is Chris Berman, who may be finished with football but not yet finished inhabiting your nightmares. Check out this shank that left…
A robot just pulled off the best possible move in the game of golf.
Today’s final round of the Farmers Insurance Open at Torrey Pines was delayed due to rain, but play resumed around 11:00 Pacific time. Despite this, Golf Channel is currently airing tape-delayed rain delay coverage. We can only assume the GC is borrowing from its NBCUniversal sibling’s Olympics bag of tricks, but golf…
Jason Day held off Jordan Spieth to win this weekend’s PGA Championship at Whistling Straits, seizing his first major after finishing three times as a runner-up—and doing it in record-setting fashion.
Minus the cameraman’s terrible angle, this is a pretty sweet putt by reigning Players Championship winner Rickie Fowler on the fourth hole at the Quicken Loans National. At 70 feet, it’s still 41 feet off Craig Barlow’s PGA record, but it’ll do.
Zach Johnson claimed his second career major today at St. Andrews after dispatching Louis Oosthuizen and Marc Leishman in a four-hole playoff to claim the Open Championship.
Tiger Woods missed the cut at The Open by seven strokes after shooting a second round 75 Saturday. It’s the second straight major championship Woods has failed to reach the end of, the first time in his career he’s missed the cut at consecutive majors.
Not great, my friend! Not great at all.
That ankle injury that Rory McIlroy suffered while playing soccer will indeed keep the golfer out of this year’s British Open. McIlroy announced that he’ll be missing the tournament with a sad Instagram post: