Louis Oosthuizen has been one of the best golfers casual fans might not know for over a decade now. While Oosthuizen has been a good golfer on both the PGA Tour and the European Tour, the 34-year-old only has nine career wins on the two Tours combined and just one major championship, the 2010 Open Championship. Oosthuizen does have a tendency to come close though, especially in majors, and at the PGA Championship he found himself once again just short of bringing home the trophy, tied for second two strokes behind champion Justin Thomas.
On April 2, London golf pro named Jordan Baker published his picks for the 2017 four golf majors, making risky choices for the 2017 schedule but choices that he expected to pay off in a big way. @imBenHervey pic.twitter.com/p7FBkquK2l — Bakes (@OfficialBakes
Associated Press ATLANTA -- The Georgia company that owns Augusta National Golf Club and the Masters golf tournament on Monday asked a judge to stop a golf memorabilia company from auctioning off a Masters champion's green jacket and other items it says were never supposed to have left the club's grounds. Augusta National Inc. filed the federal lawsuit against Florida-based Green Jacket Auctions Inc. seeking to stop the company from selling a champion's green jacket and two member green jackets, as well as silverware and a belt buckle bearing Augusta National's map and flag logo. The champion's green jacket is awarded each year to the winner of the Masters tournament, "and is, probably, the most