How mad would you need to be to break all your golf clubs? Pretty mad. Let’s just hope they were HIS clubs. Here’s more from the YouTube description: Thanks to reader Tom who sent this in. Hat tip to Bryce Bundy who filmed this guy going berserk after a member guest event.
Wait for it. Wait for it. Wait just a little bit longer. Here’s more from the YouTube description: In the final round of the 2014 Memorial Tournament presented by Nationwide Insurance, Scott Langley’s 10-foot putt hangs on the edge and finally falls in for birdie on the par-3 16th hole.
There are a lot of hazards on the golf course: water, trees, sand traps. But no one ever expects to have a large lizard attack your ball. Is that a During the final round of last week’s 2014 Puerto Rico Open, this iguana tries to steal Andrew Loupe’s ball from the green on the 16th hole.
We’re assuming he did this to avoid some kind of penalty stroke, or maybe just to show how macho he was. Either way, Sergio Garcia somehow got up into a tree to hit his second from a tree near the fairway on the par-4 10th hole one-handed and backwards, during the 2013 Arnold Palmer Invitational presented by MasterCard,
There’s nothing like spending a nice, leisurely day on the golf course enjoying sun, your friends and the occasional drunk driver who just happens to be stuck in a bunker next to the 14th green. Meet Patricia A. Maione, 46, of Uxbridge, MA who claims she ended up in the sand trap at the Whitinsville Golf Club in Northbridge because her GPS told her to turn left into a cornfield…
Why does this guy look like he should be a fan at a hockey game and not a major golf tournament?
Okay, so it’s been more than a day since we first saw the story of the two women in St. Louis area who were arrested for flashing their breasts at an Illinois golf course on Monday. Here’s what we know for sure: 1) Alicia Binford, 43, and Shelly Lewis, 45 were allegedly for showing their breasts to male golfers. 2) Binford and Lewis were NOT playing golf according to police….
All Albert Miller, 75, of Lake Wales, FL wanted last week was to retrieve his ball from an irrigation pond near the 15th hole at Lake Ashton Golf and Country Club. He found two balls that didn’t belong to him, turned to head back to the course when a 9 foot long, 190 lb decided to retrieve HIM from the land and return him to the pond. (“This isn’t my…