Two tournaments this week, with Andrew Johnston taking the European Tour’s Open de Espana and Branden Grace nabbing his first PGA Tour win at the RBC Heritage. The best moments from the week are below. Advertisements
Over the last two weeks, I’ve been posting my 2014 Golf GIF Roundups, broken down into several ‘Best Of’ categories. Today, we wrap it up by looking some of the weirdest moments from on and off the course over the last twelve months. Previous posts: The Shanks, The Laughs, The Rage, The #TourSauce, The Reactions, […]
Brooks Koepka fired a 65 this morning and won the Turkish Airlines Open, finishing one shot ahead of Ian Poulter. It’s his first win as a professional on a major tour, and it really feels like this could be the start of something huge for the 24-year old American.
The 2014 Volvo World Match Play Championship goes this week from the London GC in Kent with a solid field including Graeme McDowell, Henrik Stenson and American Ryder Cup star Patrick Reed. Below I’ve compiled the records in match play for each of the sixteen players in the field. Just click on the player to […]
Adam Scott defeating Jason Dufner in a playoff, Jessica Korda taking the Airbus, Rory McIlroy coming from behind at Wentworth and Colin Montgomerie not only winning a major, but doing it in the US? It was a pretty fun weekend in golf to say the least. Enjoy the best GIFs from both Colonial and Wentworth […]
Brendon Todd’s first PGA Tour win at the Byron Nelson Championship may not have been the most exciting thing we’ve seen all year, but as you can see above, someone picked up the slack. Miguel Angel Jimenez winning his national title for the first time in 27 tries was the big story this week, and […]
Two long shot underdogs came through on the PGA and European Tour this week in Seung-yul Noh and Alexander Levy, while Lydia Ko won her first event as a professional and moved to number two in the women’s world rankings. Not bad for a 17-year old. Here’s the best in photos and GIFs from the […]
Pablo Larrazabal is a personal favourite of mine. Even though he isn’t very well known to golf fans in North America, he’s one of the best players in Europe and he’s never short on showing emotion. If you’re looking for a PGA Tour comparable, think of him like a Spanish version of Billy Horschel. Larrazabal […]