You total idiot. You complete fucking moron. That’s a golf flag.
Tiger Woods is the favorite to win next month’s Masters, both from a gambling standpoint and a sentimental one. He hasn’t won a tournament in five years. He hasn’t won a major in 10. He’s attempting to come back not merely from personal disgrace, but also from a series of crippling back injuries and an even scarier …
Rory McIlroy is sitting third headed into the final round of this weekend’s Arnold Palmer Invitational in sunny Orlando. During his third-round 67 on Saturday, McIlroy was irritated once again by rowdy fan behavior, and he’s got an idea for a solution, per ESPN:
This weekend’s Valspar Championship wound up quite a bit more thrilling than your average pre-Masters tune-up: Tiger Woods came into Sunday near the top of the leaderboard, and spent the afternoon just off the lead, tantalizingly close to a breakthrough win for this comeback chapter of his career. That he was lurking…
Oh man. Tiger Woods is atop the leaderboard in the third round of the Valspar Championship in Palm Harbor, Florida. Woods shot a 68 on Friday, and has stayed out of trouble so far on Saturday, scattering four birdies thru 11 holes without any bogies. He jumped into a tie for the lead with this delicious chip shot on…
This happened today in the third round of 2018 Mexico Championship at the Club de Golf Chapultepec—Adam Hadwin, who finished the day tied for 21st place, picked out a hilariously imaginative line for his birdie putt on the par-3 third hole. Check this shit out:
Look out, goose!
Daniel Berger is currently tied for 10th at the Honda Classic in Palm Beach Gardens, Florida. I would like for you see the hilarious mess he made of the par-5 third hole today, so that you can appreciate with me the sheer unlikeliness of him saving par:
A streaker fully embraced the Phoenix Open’s reputation as the most laidback event in golf by running on the course, doing some basic tumbling, jumping in a sand trap, and generally being an idiot during today’s pre-tournament pro-am. In all his naked glory:
Suzann Pettersen, with 15 LPGA Tour wins to her name, is also a good friend of Donald Trump. Has been for a decade. So when she talks about him being an inveterate cheater at golf, understand that she’s painting just about the most sympathetic picture possible of his game.
Hey, jackass, how about letting the man actually finish his swing before you start shouting?
Here is all-time NBA leader in three-point scoring Ray Allen, nailing his approach shot on the 11th hole at the Tranquillo Golf Club, in Orlando, Florida, Friday afternoon:
Clemson University student Christopher Carns picked a particularly prime opportunity to be really, really accurate, sinking a 94-foot putt across the school’s basketball court to win $10,000.
You’ve probably seen the clip of Phil Mickelson hitting one of his famous flop shots over a terrified Dave Pelz, stationed not more than three or four feet from the point of contact. That’s about as bitchin’ as golf stunts get, and it is definitely not something you should ever try with anyone you especially care…
One of the worst things about professional golf is that tournaments have long had the potential to be completely derailed by armchair rules officials. Such was the case earlier this year when a TV viewer emailed the LPGA’s fan feedback address to tattle on Lexi Thompson for misplacing her ball by an inch at most. The…
We can probably rule out Tiger Woods winning this weekend’s Hero World Challenge in the Bahamas. He was right in it after two rounds, but a Saturday 75 dropped him well back of the lead, and Rickie Fowler has spent Sunday birdying literally all the damn holes, so Tiger is out of it.
After 301 days, Tiger Woods is once again playing golf. The 41-year-old was -1 after the first four holes of today’s Hero World Challenge, and his tee shots looked good. Surely, Tiger is back, for real this time, no, seriously, his body will hold up, for sure.
Tiger Woods played in a foursome Saturday at Trump National Golf Club in Jupiter, Florida, with current world number one Dustin Johnson, idiot President Donald Trump, and Brad Faxon, a PGA Tour Champions player and Fox Sports golf analyst. These casual rounds have taken on real meaning as Tiger gears up for his first…
“Golf is a good walk spoiled,” a famous man once said, speaking to the author of A Book of Quotes. Would it not, in our modern world, be more accurate to say, pithily, “Fuck golf—golfing ass motherfuckers?”