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Jordan Spieth Crushes Day One of the Masters

Friday, April 10th, 2015

Fortune smiled on Jordan Spieth on day one of the 2015 Masters, coming in at 8 under par (64) to become the youngest ever to lead the event after 18 holes.

jordan spieth crushed day 1 of 2015 masters

Holes 12, 13, and 14 transformed from tragedy to triumph as a short putt on 12 appeared to be headed just right of the hole, but found its way in for a birdie, putting him at 6 under. At the par-5 13th hole, luck was on his side as Spieth’s tee shot flew right, ricocheted off a tree and landed square in the fairway, leading to yet another birdie. 14 looked troublesome as the only bunker-less hole on the course, but Jordan maintained his cool and made a Masters-worthy shot which put the ball on the green for… you guessed it… another birdie.

One hole 15, Spieth appeared to have used up all of his luck, bogeying the par-5, but pulled it together with his ninth birdie on the 18th to come in at a near record-setting 64, 8 under par, second only to Greg Norman and Nick Price.

None of the previous 3 players to play an opening round of 64 or better have gone on to win the Masters. Greg Norman who shot a 63 in 1969 after 18 holes finished second, in 1990, Mike Donald finished 47th after finishing round 1 with 64 and in 1940, Lloyd Mangrum finished second after ending day 1 with a 64.

The world is watching!

Arnold Palmer Invitational

Thursday, March 25th, 2010

The media has been buzzing about the return of Tiger Woods however at this weeks Arnold Palmer Invitational, the King still holds the crown.  For one week out of the year, Arnie is the main focus and when his “army” comes to visit at Bay Hill, the first tent they come to is filled with memories and moments of the king that made him one of the most beloved and well-respected figures in the history of the game. (more…)

Why does Ernie Els, a tireless globetrotter, is keen to curtail his travel schedule?

Tuesday, January 19th, 2010

Ernie Els came to a small Pacific Ocean island all the way from Florida for launching his 2010 PGA Tour season. Even for a tireless globetrotter like Els, it appears like a really long way to make it for just one tournament, namely the Sony Open. (more…)

Selecting a pair of gloves for female golfers

Tuesday, March 31st, 2009

Golf gloves are essential for hand protection and game enhancement. The gloves should be so designed that the golfer would be assured of good grip while grasping the club. (more…)

A passion for golf

Monday, February 23rd, 2009

If you are passionate about anything, you will want to be the best at it. People who are passionate about golf can go to any extent to improve their game. They will invest in a good set of golf clubs and other equipments. They will hire a professional coach and take golf lessons from them. (more…)

The joy of golf

Friday, December 26th, 2008

Golf gives you the opportunity to exercise with pleasure. It will help you keep fit and healthy. (more…)

Golf for women

Saturday, November 22nd, 2008

When it comes to golf, women have a mental advantage over men. It is only the physical brawn that differentiates them from men. (more…)

Jose Maria Olazabal Not Sure Of Captaincy

Friday, May 23rd, 2008

Jose Maria Olazabal insists that he has not been offered to become Ryder Cup captain for Celtic Manor in Wales in two years’ tenure. He admitted that Thomas Bjorn, who is the chairman of Europe’s players’ committee, did speak to hi a couple of weeks ago, but the job was not offered to him. (more…)

Avoid Golf Comfort Zones

Tuesday, May 20th, 2008

Many golf  players get restricted with their so-called comfort zones, which prevents them from scoring their optimum. The comfort zone creates a problem when players play better than they expect themselves to play. However, this happens only to ‘general’ players and not those who are professionals. (more…)

Nick Dougherty Will Play In Milan

Saturday, May 10th, 2008

Nick Dougherty will play the Italian Open in Milan. He was devastated by his mother’s death only a few days ago. Brendan Taylor, the manager of Nick Dougherty’s said in a press release that his mom wanted him to go out of the way to make it to the Ryder Cup team. (more…)