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The Scottish award winning film, Tommy’s Honour, based on the book by the same name is slated to hit US theaters on April 14th and it might be worth missing that late-nine to see it. A story set in 1866 Scotland tells the tale of father and son duo, Old Tom Morris and Young Tom […] The post Tommy’s Honour to Hit U.S. Theaters on April 14th appeared first on Off the Deck.
The Honda Classic came to a conclusion yesterday with Rickie Fowler taking home the crystal trophy in his 4th PGA Tour Win. Actually, for Rickie, the tournament likely concluded early this morning with dried champagne in that crystal goblet but I digress. Show More Summary
We’re all in love with a game that can at times make us Kings and Queens of the world and other times make us feel like crawling under a rock and staying there. Some people are great at showing their frustration and others hide it too well (until they get in the car and drive […] The post Brooksie Snapped His Driver and We Can All Relate appeared first on Off the Deck.
Ready-golf is the best way to speed up play and zip around the course in 3.5 hours and this year’s British Amateur tournament is using it to speed up play in their first 36-hole qualifier at Royal St. George’s. Instead of following rule...Show More Summary
After a wet west-coast swing, the PGA Tour heads to Palm Springs for the Honda Classic where the sun is supposed to shine all weekend. The field is studded with the world’s best who are all gunning to get an early win in the 2017 season and to kick off the Florida Swing strong. The […] The post The Bear Trap is Set for The Honda Classic appeared first on Off the Deck.
So, you commit to a quick nine with the boys, planning to rush back to the office and cram out a day’s work in the dying hours of your 9-5 schedule when suddenly you realize you’re a few shots below your usual score. The swing feels oiled, the hole seems a bit bigger and the […] The post Trump Snuck in a Quick 18 with Rors… and got Caught. appeared first on Off the Deck.
Golf is riddled with rules and etiquette that date back to the 15th century where players would whack a pebble around a natural course with sticks. Other than the pro-ams or Ryder Cup, the professional tournament formats have also stayed pretty constant over the years. Show More Summary
After a soggy week in southern California, the Genesis Open concluded with a marathon Sunday at Riviera Country Club. Delays in play on Friday and Saturday lead to a 36-hole final day where leader Dustin Johnson came out on top. After...Show More Summary
Although he’s not leading the Genesis Open, Phil Mickelson, amidst a cold and wet day, pulled off an impressive shot that snuggled him in nicely at three shots from the leader, Sam Saunders yesterday. On the par-5 17th hole, Phil pushes...Show More Summary
Nine-time winner, Jordan Spieth, has recently spoken his mind about signing autographs for “professional autograph seekers”. After the final practice round at the AT&T Pro-Am, Jordan walked passed a number of guys who had bags full of memorabilia to get signed by the players. Show More Summary
Greg Norman once said: “Happiness is a long walk to the green with a putter in your hand.” Well, in Tony Aarts case, it was life saving. Last week, the Fort Myers, Florida resident hit his approach to 10 feet at the Magnolia Landing Golf & C.C., grabbed his putter and walked up to roll […] The post Florida Man Survives Gator Attack appeared first on Off the Deck.
This week, the Tour moves down the Californian coast from Monterey to Riviera Country Club where Tiger Woods had his pro golf debut back in 1992. He received a sponsor’s exemption as a high school sophomore and went on to shoot 72-75 missing the cut but launching his career. Show More Summary
John Daly had a tough weekend at the Allianz Championship after withdrawing on the seventh hole on Sunday complaining of a sciatic nerve issue. The 50-year-old legend’s back held up just enough as he mustered the strength to throw his...Show More Summary
The AT&T Pro-Am at Pebble Beach got off to a tough start weather-wise last week but Jordan Speith was still able to go into the weekend at ten under par. The sun came out on Saturday and the young-gun didn’t take his foot off the pedal. Show More Summary
We haven’t heard much from Tiger Woods since back spasms made him withdraw from his latest appearance in Dubai. With so much speculation about Tiger’s comeback his foes and fans alike, seem to have taken either an “I told you so” or a “here we go again” attitude towards the whole movement. Show More Summary
With ‘Crosby Weather’ threatening the AT&T Pro-Am on the Monterey Peninsula this week, the celebrities were out in full force on Wednesday to compete in the 3M Celebrity Challenge. $100 000 in donations is up for grabs in the alternate-shot format for five holes of golf at Pebble Beach Golf Links. Show More Summary
The Monterey Peninsula will be dotted with celebrities and pros this week for the always anticipated AT&T Pro-Am that plays at the Monterey Peninsula Country Club, Spyglass Hill and of course Pebble Beach Golf Links. Unlike any other...Show More Summary
Bright-eyed and bushy-tailed this Monday morning! After watching my Patriots get dominated for two quarters, I let Gaga serenade me into a beer/food-coma, shutting off the Super Bowl in the third quarter. Congrats, Falcons on the … Wait … What? Can’t believe it. Show More Summary
Assuming you’ve heard the news, Tiger Woods has withdrawn in Dubai after having back spasms. The concern rose when some noticed him gingerly walking up the fairways in discomfort, but his post round interviews left us believing that everything was ok. Show More Summary
Yesterday, the Waste Management Phoenix Open had its annual pro-am tournament in sunny Scottsdale AZ. At just under 78 000 people, the day boasts wild crowds who are there to see their favorite pros, celebrities and upper-management-from-corporate-sponsors tee it up and interact with the crowd. Show More Summary