Golf Channel's Kelly Tilghman delivers the most earth-shaking tweet of this Saturday: Jessica Korda fired her caddie during the middle of the third round of the U.S. Women's Open, and replaced him with her boyfriend.
Daniela Holmqvist, a Swedish rookie on the Ladies European Tour and former Cal golfer, was on the fourth hole in a pre-qualifier for the Women's Australian Open in Yarralumla, Australia, yesterday when she felt a sharp pain in her ankle. She looked down, she told Golf Digest later—after not dying by virtue of being a…
According to a tipster who goes by the name of The Great One, a "local TV reporter showed up late to a [Rhode Island] golf tournament, decided to ask the participants to recreate the event, got caught by a newspaper reporter at the event and, on Twitter, responded 'Hater's gonna hate.'"
Tipster Jeff H. shares this image he snapped off his tellie of Paula Creamer and some guy from the Sybase Match Play Championship in Gladstone, NJ. His claim: "I hear they are looking for a ratings boost and more caddies." For her part, Creamer seems to be doing well.
You all know about Derrick Rose supposedly peeking at someone else's hypotenuses or whatever. But what about the other Memphis scandal? The one involving the women's golf team and a book called Best Friends? This one will warm your heart.
I spent some time watching women's golf this afternoon. This isn't something I do a lot of ... but I was rooting for Lorena Ochoa, who's got a little bit of a reputation of a ... well, a choker, in clutch situations in the majors.