Source : Golf Digest
Picture : Keith Allison
We stopped by the Callaway offices and decided to have some fun. A basketball goal, squishy ball and a MD3 milled wedge were all we needed to make a video. Enjoy!Source : Bryan Bros Golf
Your Jaw Will Drop When You See This Putt by PGA Player Matt Kuchar.
We all know that there is a certain amount of luck involved, in addition to skill, when we shoot our lowest score ever or we win a tournament. All of us have also seen bad luck befall a golfer when he/she least expects it. Good luck is hitting a poor shot and watching it hit something to curve it back into the fairway and up onto the green. Bad luck occurs when you’ve hit a great shot, only to have it hit the cart path sign and careen out of bounds.
As far as putting luck goes, I have never seen one as lucky as this, with Matt Kuchar in October 2015 at the Fiji International.
Please let us all experience this just once in a tournament!
My own “luckiest putt” occurred in 1969 at Observatory Golf Club just outside Johannesburg, South Africa. I had about a 6 foot putt on the last green to win quite a lot of money in a match. I read the putt to be about 2″ outside the left edge of the cup. There was a lot of pressure with this putt, and I made a terrible stroke. I pushed the ball off to the right and lo and behold, the ball curled to the left and went in the center of the cup! Never forgot that one!
Thanks to the PGA of Australia for sharing this video!
Source : PGA of Australia
Picture : Keith Allison
Jordan Spieth is currently competing in the 2015 Australian Open, which he won in 2014.
When I saw this story depicting Spieth giving a clinic to 60 Junior golfers at Emirates Australian Open Village, I had to share it.
First of all, it’s just fun to see 60 girls and boys all lined up with Jordan, and dressed in Spieth-wear. Blue shirts, white slacks and white cap.
Secondly, I love the comment by the Pro from MyGolf (Australia’s Nat’l Junior program) where he asks in what other sport do you find the No. 1 player taking time out to give clinics to kids? Look at the smiles on those faces!
Thanks to Golf Australia for sharing!
Source : Golf Australia
Do you know golf pros better than the pros themselves? Coming off of big years on the Web.com tour and now 2015 rookies on the PGA tour, Emiliano Grillo, Chez Reavie, and Patton Kizzire compete in the second round of a golf trivia quiz, where they have to guess professional golfers based on clues provided. How many did you answer correctly? Comment below.Golf Digest Picture : Alex Bertolini
Source : thescene.com
Picture : Guillaume Simon
- seeing how incredibly young Peter Thompson and Christy O’Connor look
- hearing hilarious words of commentator describe Bob Rosburg’ golf.
Keep up to date with the European Tour at www.europeantour.comSource : European Tour