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Does golf have a phone problem? On players, pictures and the end of society
Just as Tiger Woods prepared to rip driver off Bellerive’s 5th tee on PGA Championship Sunday, a noise cut through the humid Missouri air: the all-too-familiar clang of an iPhone ringtone.The Tiger faithful gasped at the treachery, but Woods was already beginning his swing, and the result was poor.
Stephen Curry: 'Word on the Street' Is Timberwolves Didn't Draft Me Due to Golf
Last week, Curry took part in the Web.com Tour's Ellie Mae Classic, finishing last with a score of 17 over par.
Salas' 62 ties course best in Indy LPGA opener
8:55 PM ETAssociated PressINDIANAPOLIS -- Lizette Salas matched the Brickyard Crossing record with a 10-under 62 on Thursday in the Indy Women in Tech Championship, birdieing the final three holes for a two-stroke lead over fast-starting Angel Yin and Japan's Nasa Hataoka.Yin birdied eight of the fi
Was golf the reason behind the Wolves draft mishap in 2009? Stephen Curry thinks so
Stephen Curry revealed Thursday why the Timberwolves may have passed on the guard in the 2009 NBA Draft.Curry, 30, was a guest on The Bill Simmons Podcast on The Ringer and said the reason Timberwolves opted not to grab him may have had something to do with his love of golf.
Tiger Woods' Caddie Joe LaCava Tried to Pay Heckler $25 to Leave
"He didn't have a problem," the veteran caddie said. "And actually, I got a standing ovation for kicking the guy out of there."
Brandt Snedeker Becomes 9th Golfer to Break 60 on PGA Tour, Shoots 59
Chuck Burton/Associated PressThe rest of the field at the Wyndham Championship at Sedgefield Country Club in Greensboro, North Carolina, has an uphill battle ahead if it is going to catch Brandt Snedeker.According to , Snedeker shot less than 60 in a single round for just the 10th time in PGA Tour h
Wyndham Championship pays tribute to Jarrod Lyle on the 1st tee - Golf
Last week, Australian golfer Jarrod Lylepassed awayafter a long battle with cancer. PGA Tour golfers pinned yellow ribbons to their caps during the Bridgestone and PGA Championship as a sign of respect and admiration for Lyle, who last competed on the Tour in 2016.
Brandt Snedeker shoots 59 at Wyndham Championship
GREENSBORO, N.C. -- Brandt Snedeker, despite making a bogey on his first hole of the day, made a birdie at the last to become just the 10th golfer in PGA Tour history to break golf's magic number of 60, carding an 11-under 59 at the Wyndham Championship on Thursday. Snedeker began the first round wi
Lexi Thompson returns to competition: 'I'm not just a robot out here. I need to have a life'
Lexi Thompson has been in the national public eye since she was at least 12 years old, when she qualified for the U.S. Women’s Open, at the time setting a record as the youngest ever to do so. For most of her life, her identity has been largely defined by golf and her place in it. Now 23, Thompson s
Chris Berman discussing expanded role with ESPN, report says
After decades as the face of ESPN's NFL coverage, Chris Berman receded into the background last season. But it sounds like viewers will be seeing more of the network icon this fall.The New York PostreportedThursday that Berman is in talks with the network about an expanded role and there is "interes
Tiger Woods' Caddie Paid Heckler $25 to Go Away | Golf Channel
Tiger Woods is known for his ability to tune out hecklers while in the midst of a competitive round, but every now and then a fan is able to get under his skin - or, at least, his caddie's.
Rising junior star loses match after caddie accepts short ride in cart
The biggest event in amateur golf takes place this week at Pebble Beach, and it just wouldn’t be golf if there weren’t a rules infraction. In the first round of match play, we got just that.During his match against Bradford Tilley, rising star Akshay Bhatia incurred a penalty when his caddie, Chris
Bomb-and-Gouge? Why driving distance is so valuable in the modern game
Justin Thomas is one of the longest players on Tour, but is his length as much of a benefit as we think?
Stephen Curry says his golf game may have influenced the Timberwolves passing on him in NBA Draft
Stephen Curryloves golf.Just the last few months of his life have been evidence of that. The three-timeNBAchampion andGolden State Warriorsstar is fresh off an appearance at the Web.com Tour, where hepledged $25,000to a pro golfer's wife's cancer battle. He made his annual trip to thecelebrity golf
Rickie Fowler withdraws from PGA Tour's first playoff event
"News got out last week that I was dealing with an oblique injury the past two tournaments it was confirmed yesterday, via MRI, that I have a partial tear in my right oblique...my team and I feel like it’s best not to play next week in the Northern Trust … I will be back healthy and competitive ASAP
Top-ranked Thornberry upset at US Amateur
PEBBLE BEACH, Calif. -- Jesus Montenegro of Argentina, the 998th-ranked amateur in the world, toppled top-rankedBraden Thornberryof Olive Branch, Mississippi, 2 and 1 in the U.S. Amateur on Wednesday at Pebble Beach as the world's top three amateurs lost in the round of 64.
Stephen Curry: Timberwolves passed on him in draft over his love of golf
At least that’s how Curry heard it, and he recently relayed as much during an appearance onThe Bill Simmons Podcast on The Ringer(viaDime Mag).Simmons: “When you go to Minnesota, do you have a little something extra for them? Or do you not have any bitterness anymore?”Curry: “My guy David Kahn. I do
Montenegro beats Thornberry in US Amateur at Pebble Beach
PEBBLE BEACH, Calif. (AP) — Jesus Montenegro of Argentina, the 998th-ranked amateur in the world, toppled top-ranked Braden Thornberry of Olive Branch, Mississippi, 2 and 1 in the U.S. Amateur on Wednesday at Pebble Beach as the world’s top three amateurs lost in the round of 64.
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Rumor: Timberwolves bypassed Stephen Curry in draft because Minnesota is too cold for year-round golf
“My guy David Kahn. I don’t know where he’s at right now,”Curry said on The Bill Simmons Podcast.“I don’t know if that ever came out — there’s a story. Everybody knows how much I love golf — play it in my spare time and what not.“I think the word on the street was that he didn’t draft me because in