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
March 21 (UPI) -- There are many things different about Tiger Woods since he won his last major golf tournament. His swing and marriage are the two most prominent changes in Woods' life. But his hairline has also experienced a brutal makeover. And ESPN's Scott Van Pelt took aim at Woods' hairstyle early Tuesday morning on his show. Woods, 41, has been touring the country to promote his new book: The 1997 Masters: My Story. "I'm smiling listening to you talk about your kids and I'm smiling looking at the back of this book, with that sensational head of hair," Van Pelt told Woods. "I've been telling you bro for a long time, I'm your GPS. I just want to know, when are we just going to come home
Patrick Reed and Rory McIlroy were the headliners on Sunday at last year’s Ryder Cup. The stud player for the American side and the European side got together in the rare dream singles match that is often elusive given the biennial competition’s blind draw. Reed and McIlroy played an astounding first eight holes of their match, with each player answering the other, begging the partisan American crowd for a reaction and putting on a show unique in the sport.