Meet Jamie Sadlowski, a two-time World Long Drive champion who can most definitely drive a golf ball farther than you…even from his knees. As much as I want to be impressed and give him props for smashing a drive 331 yards without even standing, I kind of hate him for it given the fact that
Jamie Donaldson was able to seal the victory for the Europeans at the Ryder Cup this weekend, and it appears that he celebrated accordingly afterwards. The Welsh golfer did an interview this morning in which he was asked if has been able to soak in his clutch performance yet. His answer was the best. “Nope,
The 2014 Ryder Cup was largely missed or completely disregarded by many Americans, with some pointing to a lack of confidence in upending the Europeans and others too enthralled with MLB, NFL and college football action. For those that tuned in on Saturday and Sunday, it was less than thrilling and for those that didn’t,
The Ryder Cup might be far from over, but one previously unknown individual has already won the ultra-competitive tournament. Miguel Angel Jimenez is not competing on the course, but the European vice captain has a throng of fans at Gleneagles, including the best dressed guy in the world this week: [genericon icon=twitter] Follow Andrew Doughty
The Ryder Cup gets underway this week in Scotland and, in case you couldn’t tell, Rickie Fowler’s new haircut is here to tell you how excited he is to represent his country: Fowler will be teaming up with Keegan Bradley, Jim Furyk, Zach Johnson, Matt Kuchar, Hunter Mahan, Phil Mickelson, Patrick Reed, Webb Simpson, Jordan
Today, Rory McIlroy hit a drive that went a bit off course, eventually making contact with a tree. When he went to seek out his ball, he realized that it actually ended up in a spectator’s pocket. McIlroy was still able to make par after a drop and a nice wedge shot onto the green.