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.
[Rickie Fowler shrugs as his Ryder Cup teammates smooch their respective wives and girlfriends, following the U.S.’s 17-11 win over Europe. It’s the first win for the U.S. since 2008.]
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.
Rickie Fowler responded to his fellow golfers’ declaring him “most overrated” by beating out Sergio Garcia and Kevin Kisner in a Players Championship playoff on a Sunday that found him carding three separate birdies on the TPC Sawgrass 17th “Island Green”—a hole that averaged over par for the tournament.
Earlier on the Golf channel, Nick Faldo and Co. were calling action at the Barclays, where both Rickie Fowler and Jonas Blixt are decked out in head-to-toe orange. The two are paired together today and actually planned to wear similar colors, though the orange is Fowler's trademark.
Yesterday we posted a photo of golfer Jason Dufner visiting a community center and looking supremely downtrodden. Today, golfers all across the land are razzing Dufner, who's been chipper enough about the whole thing, by mimicking his pose. Dufnering! It's a thing! Bubba Watson, who Dufnered in the photo above against…
It was almost two years ago that the Golf Boys—a group consisting of PGA pros Bubba Watson, Hunter Mahan, Ben Crane, and Rickie Fowler—released "Oh Oh Oh" onto the world. Their follow up, cleverly titled "2.Oh," sees the Golf Boys taking a huge leap forward in production value while bringing the…
Bubba Watson just won the 2012 Masters. Let's celebrate with this wonderful video (made for charity!), originally published June 14, 2011.
Tipster William writes in to alert us to "some kind of music group [Bubba Watson, Rickie Fowler, Hunter Mahan, and Ben Crane] have put together." He says it seems like it's a joke and publicity stunt. And it's "very, very lame."