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Height: 6' 0"
Weight: 244
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Birth Place: Nelspruit, South Africa
Turned Pro: 2006
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  • Jordan Spieth a prankster, says Justin Thomas
    CNN5 hours ago

    Jordan Spieth a prankster, says Justin Thomas

    Thomas: "Yeah, I kind of learned the hard way to stop doing anything to him because like he said he gets a little..." Thomas: "Yeah, a little aggressive. He moved my car in a parking lot to a couple of lots over during a pro-am and I couldn't get hold of him and I couldn't get anywhere so that wasn't very fun." 'Act our age' They have competed against each other since they were 13 years old, but Spieth made his major breakthrough first, winning both the Masters and the US Open in 2015 on the way to becoming world No.1. This season he clinched a third major title with victory at the Open in July, but Thomas followed that a month later with his first major win at the US PGA Championship. He added

  • ABC News

    Pennsylvania high school golfer has 2 holes-in-one in round

    A Pennsylvania high school golfer has defied huge odds by recording two holes-in-one in the same round. Parkland High School golfer Ben Tetzlaff tells The (Allentown) Morning Call ( http://bit.ly/2wCyfXn ) he still can't believe the feat, which came during a nine-hole practice round Monday at Iron Lakes Country Club. The National Hold-In-One Registry calculated the odds of the feat at 67 million-to-1. Parkland coach Scott Levan says he missed the first ace, but saw the second when Tetzlaff hit a 9-iron on the 140-yard sixth hole. Tetzlaff had already sunk a gap wedge on the 104-yard second hole. Tetzlaff's career-low round is a 76 he shot at Allentown Municipal Golf Course. He hopes to play golf

  • Tiger up to 60-yard shots in surgery comeback
    ESPN.com4 hours ago

    Tiger up to 60-yard shots in surgery comeback

    Jason Sobel ESPN Senior Writer Close Covered golf since 2004 Former writer at Golf Channel Winner of four Emmys while at ESPN Tiger Woods still isn't hitting full golf shots and doesn't have a timetable for his return to competitive golf, but other aspects of his attempted comeback from a fourth back surgery sound more optimistic, according to a Friday morning post on his website. "I'm starting to hit the ball a little further -- 60-yard shots. I have not taken a full swing since my back fusion surgery last April, but continue to chip and putt every day," Woods wrote. "I'm working out six days a week, alternating between the treadmill, bike riding, swimming and lifting twice a day. My muscle