“He’s pooping his pants,” one fan yelled as Sergio Garcia backed off a shot on 10. Garcia bogeyed 10, bogeyed 11, and, already down two strokes, bounced his drive off a tree and into the bushes on 13. Somewhere in that stretch, the same thought crossed the minds of every single person watching: He’s doing it again.
Sergio Garcia overcame choking an easy putt to win at 18 by beating Justin Rose in the first playoff hole to claim the Masters title and his first major championship after failing in his first 73 appearances.
Matt Kuchar aced Augusta National’s 16th today, elevating the PGA pro to third place at the Masters and completing the 11th hole-in-one on that hole in the past 14 years. His prize is some sunscreen.
Phil Mickelson is the same guy on the golf course as off, meaning that he gambles no matter where he is. Wherever Phil lays his bets is his home.
Tiger Woods announced in December he was returning to golf, but his broken, fucked-up body won’t allow it—as Woods announced on his website today that he’ll miss the Masters for the third time in four years.
Zach Johnson had a rather unusual way of getting a birdie on the 17th hole during this weekend’s Arnold Palmer Invitational—banking it in off the ball of Byeong Hun An.
This alligator was minding its own business, soaking up some rays on the edge of the fairway at the Arnold Palmer Invitational on Thursday, when golfer Cody Gribble went out of his way to nudge it into the water.
The fourth at PGA National in Palm Beach Gardens is hungry for golf balls, as consecutive shots by Tyrrell Hatton and tournament leader Rickie Fowler ended up deposited in a divot housing the green-side sprinkler head.
Jordan Spieth is getting ready to play in the Pebble Beach Pro-Am this weekend, and after a practice round yesterday he got into it with some professional autograph hounds who took issue with Spieth’s refusal to sign their shit.
Human meat sculpture Donald Trump has long embraced his unique brand of reality on Twitter, but the Republican presumptive presidential nominee took it to a major level last night in attempting to express his appreciation for one of his patrons:
Tiger Woods declined to provide a timetable for his return during a press conference today in Maryland, stating that he has yet to even take any full shots since his back surgery in March. And yet the PGA pro tried to take a few attempts at Congressional’s tenth tee to prove that, yes, he’ll be back someday. He needed…
Roberto Castro lost this weekend’s PGA tour event at Quail Hollow in a playoff after landing a shot on 18 off a spectator’s face and into another spectator’s empty shoe:
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.