You do as Lydia Ko did, and win an Olympic silver medal. As Ko ascended the first Olympic podium for women's golf in 116 years, her emotions were obvious. She said as much herself Wednesday during a conference call ahead of the Canadian Pacific Women's Open, where she will defend her 2015 title (and yes, she brought her medal to Canada). "It's the highest one up there," Ko said when asked to rank the medal among her achievements.
Jason Day was cruising along on the front nine of Bethpage Black during Friday’s second-round of The Barclays, rolling in birdies as if he were playing, well … a local muni. Starting the day at 3-under after an opening round 68, Day made a 3-footer for birdie at the par-4 second hole and then strung together four consecutive birdies, beginning at the par-5 fourth hole, to reach 8-under. At that point the world’s No. 1-ranked golfer and defending Barclays champion thought he was in the zone. “I had it going great,” Day said. “I was thinking, ‘What’s the course record?’ ” But then Day began to feel the wrath of the Black, which started to feast on Day’s score like Pac-Man. Instead of setting a
In 100ft Robot Golf, “hazards” and “obstacles” are merely suggestions in case you want the game to be more difficult and significantly less cool. Your enormous robot can destroy skyscrapers and even attack fellow players to get a better angle on the hole and line up that perfect shot. “Project C” is an enormous competitor composed of five robots, with each controlled by what appear to be a corgi puppy.