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Wet weather isn’t the only thing splashing around at the 2013 US Open this week. Cobra-PUMA staff player Rickie Fowler’s wardrobe is looking pretty wet these days as well. During Wednesday’s practice session at Merion Golf Club, Fowler showed up wearing some pretty unique duds much to the surprise of his competitors. Always known to push the envelope in terms of on-course fashion, Fowler looked more like a disgruntled painter than a pro golfer thanks to his paint splatter-themed cap, belt and shoes.
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I’ve never been the biggest fan of past driver models from PING Golf. I’ve often felt the clubs were a bit bulky, loud and short on distance. The new G25 driver series from the company, however, might actually turn me into a believer.
My early memories of golf, like most guys, are heading to the course with my dad when I was young. We’d throw our golf bags and golf shoes into the bed of the pickup and drive up the road to our favorite hacker’s haven.
Two stories about two vastly different topics landed in our inbox today. On the one hand, we read about the longest golf cart in the history of golf carts today — it measures 21 feet, 11 inches from tip to tip. We’re guessing this thing is not electric.
Is this the greatest putt in golf history? Probably not, but it’s impressive nonetheless. Watch this epic office putt and a few other classic sports moments.
As the final 36 holes are about to unfold in the 2013 Masters, Back9Network is on the ground covering all things Augusta. Jenn Bosworth and Charles Everett give you an update of our coverage so far this week, as well as what to expect this weekend.
The 14-year-old Chinese sensation Tianlang Guan has officially become the youngest player to compete in the Masters, teeing off on Thursday at Augusta National. The reigning Asia-Pacific Amateur Champion is on the course wearing Sligo Wear.
“Finding Nemo” pulled in $921 million worldwide, making a sequel inevitable, if not long-delayed. However, we here at Back9Network are already thinking toward the third installment of the series: “Finding Rory.”
An odd photo of Jason Dufner at the Salesmanship Youth and Family Centers started an internet meme called “Dufnering”
What did you do yesterday? Work? Watch a lot of basketball? Well, Arnold Palmer met Kate Upton. The supermodel made her way to Orlando and Bay Hill on Thursday to meet the King during Day 1 of the Arnold Palmer Invitational. The pair were to dine together later. The 83-year-old won the day. Check out the pics here.
The line separating bravery from facepalm-inducing idiocy is a fine one indeed. Precisely which side of that hazy boundary I’m currently standing is open to some debate, but let it be said – right now, at the outset – that certain unfortunate particulars relating to this column haven’t escaped my notice. Here I am attempting to argue the case against the World Golf Championships, while a mere mouseclick away, practically leaping from a crowded internet browser, is the WGC-Cadillac Championship’s leaderboard.
In golf, rounds die at the hands of their players’ worst intentions all the time. The temptation to vandalize a scorecard is always lurking somewhere in the background, waiting to rear its head should etiquette and composure suddenly lapse. It’s the urge to add insult to one’s own injury, preempt disappointment with an attention-grabbing calamity – a fluffed chip, a nonchalant 10-footer for double, a full-blooded tantrum. Consider it the ugly bi-product of all that lonely introspection and thwarted expectation. Petty stuff, no doubt; the sort of thing the world No. 1 is usually above. Usually, but not always.
It’s a strange beast, the WGC-Accenture Match Play Championship. In the run-up to the event, it’s difficult to visit a website, scan a tweet or crack a newspaper without happening upon a sentence or two extolling the many virtues of the tournament’s opening round. And with good reason. As a fan-friendly, 32-match free-for-all, it can be relied upon to serve excitement and drama by the bucketful. There’s always a grudge match in progress, tragedy in the offing or plucky young underdog boring a hole through the iron-clad reputation of some major champion.
Golf is often criticized for being out of touch with the mainstream, of being narrow, elitist, and generally not welcoming to the masses. Well, criticize no longer, at least when it comes to Twitter, for this is perhaps the most social of all networks, allowing you to decide who you want to follow, giving you direct access to players, reporters, and pundits alike.