The 29-minute scene that unfolded on the 13th hole Sunday at Royal Birkdale played a pivotal role in deciding the outcome of The Open, and it's a scene that will be replayed for years to come. But what was it like inside the ropes with the claret jug hanging in the balance? "Just absolute chaos," said Jordan Spieth's caddie, Michael Greller. Greller shared some of the emotions he experienced in the moment during a recent interview with Sirius XM PGA Tour Radio. Greller explained that the biggest battle intially was simply finding the ball, which had bounded off a spectator even farther right than he expected. "I was forearm shivving guys in the crowd there initially," Greller said. "And then
On Sunday, Jordan Spieth won his third major championship, further proving that the gamble Under Armour took on a little-known, 19-year-old golfer in 2013 was a brilliant one. Among Under Armour's bevy of MVPs and tops-in-their-sport athletes, is Spieth, the face of their golf line. As was the case with many of the other athletes on Team Under Armour, they jumped on Spieth's bandwagon early, long before he was a household name.
Do you know what the Mile High Showdown is? Neither did we, that is until Maurice Allen sauntered onto the scene. The event invites some of the biggest long-ball hitters in golf to smash the ball as far as possible in the Denver altitude. And Allen, who seemingly loves the spotlight, was ready for his closeup when the event started, sporting perhaps the greatest pants/shoes combo that has ever been rocked on a course. Here's a closer look. This was Allen's first televised World Long Drive Association win and he soaked it all up, going full Nature Boy during one of his interviews. Someone put this man on every Tour stop. Is he a golfer in the conventional sense? No, but he can break the sport