John Daly has made a lot of wagers in his life and although it’s anyone’s guess what the weirdest one was, his acceptance of a “I bet you can’t live ’til 50” is the most macabre.
As this chap with a cool accent says, ‘it’s a proper golf hole.’ The Extreme 19th hole at the Legends Golf Course in South Africa has got to be the most incredible Par-3 golf hole in the world. The tee box is on the edge of a cliff, the green is in the shape of
Jordan Spieth wanted NOTHING to do with the cameras during his historic Masters collapse.
Bobby Jones and Clifford Roberts founded Augusta National Golf Club in the early 1930s.
Jordan Spieth’s group was being timed during Friday’s second-round at The Masters and he was not thrilled.
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It makes zero sense to dump thousands of dollars into a tiny, limited-use motorized vehicle, but who cares?
I nominate Soren Kjeldsen’s son to take Freddie’s spot in the field. pic.twitter.com/IhQDfHYTMy — Adam Sarson (@Adam_Sarson) April 6, 2016 You never know what you’ll see at Wednesday’s Par 3 Contest at Augusta.
The odds on this happening again are probably going to be quite high.
Watch @garyplayer become the oldest player to make a hole-in-one in the Par 3 Contest. #themasters https://t.co/bBJgSWiiMj — Masters Tournament (@TheMasters) April 6, 2016 Gary Player is 80 years old, but that isn’t about to stop him from making headlines at The Masters.
It is tradition to have the previous year’s Masters winner pick the menu for the annual Masters Club Dinner, and Jordan Spieth was the lucky gentleman this year.
If you haven’t had a chance to witness the Masters live, you are not alone.