Tony Finau’s first Masters looked like it would derail in tragicomic fashion before it even started, as the golfer fucked up his ankle in the Par-3 competition while celebrating a hole-in-one. Miraculously, Finau was able to still play and finished tied for 10th place with a 7 under on the tournament. His ankle was…
Yesterday, Tony Finau’s first time at Augusta looked like it might be over before it even got a chance to start; today, he’s sitting pretty in second place after one of the best Masters debuts in a decade.
This is almost as excruciating to watch as Tony Finau’s ankle popping out. Defending Masters champ Sergio Garcia handled the opening round’s par-5 15th hole by putting five consecutive balls into the damn water. He finished with a 13, which ties him with Tommy Nakajima and Tom Weiskopf for the highest score ever on a…
Tony Finau, ranked No. 34 in the world, showed out at the Masters Par-3 contest with a very slick hole-in-one, which he immediately followed up by suffering some sort of gross-looking ankle injury while celebrating.
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.
The PGA Championship has been played in August every year save one since 1971, but this week’s Championship at Quail Hollow in Charlotte will be the next to last: Beginning in 2019, it’ll permanently move to May and become the year’s second major.
Professional golfer Grayson Murray, last seen flirting towards a high schooler on Twitter then deleting his tweets and apologizing, is once again following through on his promise to be more active online. Tonight’s subject: the dashcam footage that shows a police officer murdering Philando Castile, a man who did not…
So Brooks Koepka won the U.S. Open at Erin Hills today, bringing to a merciful end Fox’s awful efforts at airing golf—for the weekend, at least. The network went out with a typical bang of a blunder: picking out the wrong Brooks Koepka girlfriend.
Tiger Woods was arrested Monday morning and charged with a DUI in Jupiter, Fla. The police report for Woods’s arrest noted that the golfer was found asleep in his car, which was parked in a bike lane, with the brake lights on and a turn signal flashing. Officers reported that Woods exhibited slurred speech and said…
That this PGA listing uses the word “volunteer” so often makes it seem like they’re rubbing in the fact that they want suckers to pay to work 16 hours for free at the Women’s PGA Championship. Experience Olympia Fields Country Club in Illinois and get one of the (limited) food and water vouchers!
Some people require certain methods to get titillated. For this fan, it’s watching Billy Horschel at the Byron Nelson Classic.
Sergio Garcia became the eighth player ever to record a hole-in-one on the famed island green during today’s first round of the Players Championship:
Hard-livin’, chain-smokin’ John Daly claimed his first tournament title in 13 years after winning this weekend’s Champions event at The Woodlands, Tex. by one stroke.
George Coetzee eagled the 18th today at the China Open by ricocheting a shot into a once-in-a-lifetime situation—and taking the South African from one-over to one-under after the third round.
“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.