ATLANTA – When Marc Leishman qualified for the 2009 Tour Championship, it felt natural, easy even. Now, seven years, three children and three PGA Tour victories later, it’s easy to concede that sometimes things don’t go as planned. The Australian was playing his first year on Tour in ’09 and his trip to East Lake locked up the Rookie of the Year Award. It was also marked the last time he had played the finale before qualifying for this year's edition. “The first year I got in, I wanted to make a habit of being here, and I didn't, so it's nice to be back here this year,” Leishman said on Wednesday. “Golf's a funny game. It can change very quickly.” But then this time Leishman has done much more
If you haven’t been to the Atlanta Aquarium, I’d highly recommend it. It’s loads of fun, and there are all kinds of fun animals there. Don’t take my word for it: Ask 2017 Masters champ, Sergio Garcia, and his wife Angela Atkins. Ahead of this week’s season-ending Tour Championship, the pair paid a visit to the aquarium and seemed to have a great time, sporting some funny hats and even hanging out with an albino alligator.
Looks like that copy of the NES game Golf discovered on the Nintendo Switch earlier this week could be a tribute to Satoru Iwata, the late president of Nintendo. The hidden copy of Golf found on every Switch console appears to reference Iwata in several ways, which is appropriate considering Iwata was the programmer on the original 1984 game. According to Switch Brew, a wiki focused on hacking and analyzing the software powering Nintendo's latest console, the game can only be launched when specific requirements are meant. SEE ALSO: Nintendo hid a copy of the NES game 'Golf' on every Switch First off, Golf can only be played when the console's date is set to July 11, the date of Iwata's death