Pete does his version of the Abbott and Costello classic “Who’s On First”. Click on the video below.
Monthly Archives: April 2014
What a gutsy performance by the 22 year old South Korean, Seung-Yul Noh, in hanging on to win his first tournament on the USPGA tour. He took a 2 shot lead into the final round, which was played in very strong winds. One of the turning points cam at the short par 4 13th, where […]
Matt Kuchar could have won any of his last 6 tournaments. On Sunday he has a putt for birdie from 2 metres on the 71st hole to take a 2 shot lead over Luke Donald. Three putts later he walks off the green all square with Luke, and now facing the very difficult 18th hole. He must […]
Before the round, the US commentators could not help but marvel at the number 17, and the following facts. 17 years ago Tiger became the youngest player to win The Masters. 17 years prior to that, Seve became the youngest player to win The Masters. 17 years prior to that Jack became the youngest player to […]
Two unbelievable birdies on the tough 18th hole in the space of half an hour, not only enabled Matt Jones to win his first USPGA event, but also got him into the US Masters, where he has to have a realistic chance of winning. Namesake and golfing great, Bobby Jones, founded and co-designed the Augusta […]
Steven Bowditch showed what a brilliant short game he has. Check out his amazing stats from his victory in the 2014 Valero Texas Open. His third round in particular was outstanding. 9 putts on the front nine. On the first two holes he did not use his putter. When he was not chipping it in, […]
Where did Adam Scott go wrong at the 2014 Arnold Palmer Invitational? Take a 3 minute video tour of his stats from the tournament.