Defending champion Jason Day tearfully withdrew from the Dell Technologies Match Play after six holes Wednesday so he could be with his mother when she has surgery for lung cancer. Day said his mother, Dening, was diagnosed in Australia at the start of the year and told she had 12 months to live. “It’s really hard to even comprehend being on the golf course right now because of what she’s gone through,” Day said after taking a moment to clear his voice and wipe tears from his face. Day said he went through a wild streak after his father died until he was sent off to a golf academy, where under the teaching and mentoring of Colin Swatton, he rose to be a PGA champion and reach No. 1 in the world.
On Masters Sunday last year, Jordan Spieth reached the par-3 12th hole-named "Golden Bell"-with a one-shot lead over Danny Willett. The young Texan left with his bell rung, dunking two balls into Rae's Creek en route to a quadruple-bogey 7. In just a
Alright, here's the name of the game: Below you will find 10 pictures of golf courses taken from outer space (thanks for the cool technology Google Earth). Because I'm nice I've included one clue with each. There's also a bonus question to fluff up your score (you're welcome). Answers below. Good luck! 1. Clue: Pimento Cheese 2. Clue: Tiger's first U.S. Open win 3. Clue: The Home of Golf 4. Clue: There's a lighthouse on the 18th hole 5. Clue:I wrote about playing it last year (brag alert sorry not sorry) 6. Clue: Two other world-class courses are next door. 7. Clue: Rory McIlroy's favorite course in the entire world. 8. Clue: The town features a statue of Bill Clinton holding a golf club. 9.