• Thomas calls Spieth's shot on Twitter, others in awe
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    Thomas calls Spieth's shot on Twitter, others in awe

    Jordan Spieth's hole-out to win the Travelers Championship in a playoff took everyone by surprise, everyone, that is, except his good buddy Justin Thomas. Thomas was watching on TV after missing the cut (and disposing of a social media troll) and he took to Twitter just seconds before the shot heard 'round the golf world to call his shot. Of course, he wouldn't be much of a friend if he didn't do a little gloating after the fact. Other, less clairvoyant viewers from around the sports world chimed in as well, starting with the guy on the wrong end of Spieth's 10th PGA Tour win, Daniel Berger.

  • Phil on Bones split: 'We could tell that it was time'
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    Phil on Bones split: 'We could tell that it was time'

    “We knew this was kind of the timing,” Mickelson said on “Morning Drive.” “We wanted the U.S. Open to be our last event because we started there in 1992 and it would have been 25 years to the day.” Instead, Mickelson didn’t play at Erin Hills so he could attend his daughter’s high school graduation, and he and his longtime caddie released statements last Tuesday announcing their split. Mickelson reiterated that there wasn’t a single incident that led to the breakup of one of golf’s longest-running partnerships. “We just could tell that it was time,” he said. “We just needed a little bit of change in environment to do something different.” Mickelson will have his younger brother, Tim, on the bag

  • Golf fans on Twitter react to the Masters' latest batch of 'rejection' emails
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    Golf fans on Twitter react to the Masters' latest batch of 'rejection' emails

    Every year golf fans around the world, all get excited for the same thing. The Masters. And, more specifically, for the Masters’ annual ticket lottery. Tickets to the event are notoriously hard to come by, so the way most people get them is through the website’s official giveaway. Every May golf fans sign up for cheap tickets, and every June almost everybody gets rejected. But then, every now and again, something wonderful happens…