February 14th, 2017 — 8:12am
Top Golfer Justin Rose lost his lead at the Farmers Insurance Open at Torrey Pines after the third round.
Rose led the tourney after the first two rounds but he soon carded a one-over-par 73. He slipped back to seven under but the Olympic champ remains just two shots off current leaders Patrick Rodgers and Brandt Snedeker.
Rodgers is gunning for his first PGA Tour and he would be hoping his lead last long enough. He fired five birdies in the third round in his 67 to place join top. He would face a tough one aganst defending champ Snedeker who has compiled a 70.
“The conditions were awesome, that’s why we came to San Diego, the sun was out and there was no wind, so it was fun to make a few birdies,” Rodgers said to pgatour.com
Eight people are seven under but Rose would be hoping to move out of that class soon enough. Fourteen-time major champion and legend Tiger Woods did not even make the cut on Friday after he returned to his first PGA Tour event in almost a year and half due to back injury. Continue reading »
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December 15th, 2016 — 10:32am
In WGC-HSBC Champions tournament, Matt Kuchar nailed a hole-in-one and became a strong contender to win a car. But just then another news came that par -3 17th is turned and now it is a 193 yard hole.
This changed the entire criteria of winning a car in tournament. According to new changes home-in-one in below 200 yards is not eligible to win the car. The decision whether Kuchar has won a prize car or not went pending. And after a week finally, the PGA tour declared their decision that Kuchar has won the car.
Car is not a big deal for Kuchar but winning anything in WGC-HSBC championship is the most for him. Caddie of Kuchar John Wood was aware that hole-in-one will not do anything on the ground. Still Kuchar made it and secure his position to win the car.
The popularity of Kuchar is very large in the PGA Tour and he is one of the most liked players on tour. Thus, even if Kuchar and his caddie was aware that hole-in-one will not bring car for him, still they were quite sure that the car will come to them anyways. Continue reading »
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August 19th, 2016 — 11:54am
When it comes to the professional players in the golf world, there are few who are of high net worth like Jason Dufner.
However the rankings keep changing as the fate of their wins and losses decide. If you are looking at the worth of the players this year, with the PGA Championships of the year being recently concluded, it should not come as a surprise that Jason Dufner and others are being speculated as to what their net worth is like this year.
The final major tournament of Golf was concluded this year during the last weekend of July, the PGA Championship of 2016. The championship was held at the Baltusrol gold course in Springfield. Last year Jason Day had taken back the Wanamaker title and trophy. He claimed his first title in this championship by beating Jordan Spieth. Continue reading »
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June 6th, 2016 — 11:00am
Billy Horschel was the dupe of a freakish incident when his ball drifted off the green into a pond as he got set to putt at the fifteenth green at Masters, earleir on Saturday.
Horschel’s 3rd shot, a chip at the par-5, dribbled down to within thirteen feet of the hole, where he noted his ball to have it cleansed for his birdie putt.
But after substituting his ball, he saw in deject as it began moving, ever so slow first, before plucking up pace and then rolling back down the front of the green
and into a watery grave, wind as well as gravity caballing against him.
The rules of this game are severe and unyielding, and Horschel had no option but to take a penalty hit and cast off his ball no closer to the hole. Florida-born Horschel told that he did not have his scuba gear to play it from the water. The course is on a fine line. A big old gust came through, his ball was a foot or two from a false front, and it started rolling and the wind kept pushing it to the false front and it went in the water.
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May 11th, 2015 — 9:57am
World # 4 Spieth (Jordan) is up with his charged form of late & has heightened into lead at Augusta but it seems he is to face tough competition from Jason Day.
The American golf star flirted well with the major for some time & whilst he was unable to match the 63 record, he was just 1 shot worse & his 8-under par sixty four gave him 3-shot buffer right at top.
On the other hand , the Australian golfer was within 2 as he had his birdie blitz at 9, dropping 5 consecutively from 12-16 holes- however the penultimate bogey rendered him a 5-under 67.
The Major winners like Ernie Els, Justin Rose & unheralded American golfer Hoffman (Charley) joined Jason in clubhouse with their own 67s. Russell Henley from America & Sergio Garcia from Spain share 6th place at 4 under.
Jordan is in a super form lately, clinching titles in Tampa last month & came up with 2 runner-up finishes at Texas. On biggest stage, the world # 4 continued from the runner-up finish in 2014 with 9 birdies & just a single bogey. Continue reading »
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