Phil Mickelson started the day with a 20/1 chance to win the Open Championship, but a remarkable charge on the back nine at Muirfield secured fifth major championship victory.
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Lee Westwood entered Sunday’s final round at the British Open in an unfamiliar place: as the 54-hole leader. He left Muirfield in a more familiar position: as a top-five finisher, though not a winner, at a major championship.
Miguel Angel Jimenez, who at 49 is trying to become the oldest player to win a major, took the lead Friday after 36 holes in the oldest major championship in golf. Jimenez, nicknamed the Mechanic and dubbed the Most Interesting Man in the World for his free-spirited ways that usually involve cigars and wine, shot an even-par 71 to stand alone at 3 under 139.
On a wild day at sun-drenched, seaside Sebonack Golf Club — high winds, strenuous pin placements and only one player under par in the third round — most everyone at the U.S. Women’s Open was on edge from their first tee shot.
I usually avoid corporate attempts at viral videos, mainly because they generally suck in a really bad way. However, just occasionally one comes along that doesn’t suck. And this is one such occasion.
Justin Rose: ‘My dad always believed I was capable of doing this’The newly crowned US Open champion admits he can now reflect on a ‘traumatic start’ to his professional career
Let’s talk Golf. Billy Horschel made three birdies and hit 18 greens in regulation on Friday. That’s a pretty good recipe for success. Phil Mickelson made only one birdie, but it came after the horn sounded and as the sun set.
More beef between golfers…that’s to be expected! But the racism? Show some class. This is a rich prick kinda game anyway, is it not? Check out the news in this video on the matter!
Tiger Woods is at it again, propelling his career forward against his tumultuous past record. As he tries to return to the top of golf’s world rankings, his excellent game was delayed for a day by a thunderstorm as a tornado warning was issued which halted the his game-play at the Arnold Palmer Invitational, where he is pursuing his eighth win.
Proving how boring the sport of golf is, this video shows the highlight of the U.S. Open Golf 2012.