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Worlds Toughest Par 3. Million Dollars for a Hole In One.

Retief Goosen inspects the 19th hole at the Legend Golf & Safari Resort.Extreme 19th: The World’s Toughest Par 3 
Legend Golf & Safari Resort - South Africa
The tee is set 1,410 feet above the green on Hanglip Mountain.
From the base of the mountain to the back of the green is 1,312 feet.
In golf terms, that’s a 437-yard par-3, with a vertical drop of 470 yards.
Without getting all geeked out, as this insane shot relates to the laws of physics
and how the ball will travel on quite an extreme arc, it plays about 260-270 yards due to the vertical drop.
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Round of 18 including lunch:
$70 per player
Extreme 19th per foursome: $1,060
That extreme price does come with a few perks.
Players get a helicopter ride to the tee and back down after hitting,
a souvenir cap and glove, and a DVD of their play on the hole.
The coolest part:
Each player is given six balls with tracking devices,
since losing sight of a ball hit from 1,410 feet up is pretty likely.
There’s a prize worth over $1 million for any player that makes a hole in one.
The money has yet to be claimed.
Eight players, however, have made birdies, and 96 pars have been recorded, including many professional golfers.
Pagraig Harrington was the first person to make a 3, back in 2008.
The highest recorded score, according to the course’s website, is a 23.
And there are hundreds of other players whose scores say “NR.”
We assume that’s short for “Way too many to count.”

Waste Management Phoenix Open.

 

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Bubba Watson and Matt Jones share the lead at the Waste Management Phoenix Open going into the week-end at TPC Scottsdale.

On a roll

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Bubba  dressed in  lime green shoes and an otherwise all-black outfit, played in the morning, getting the best side of the draw, he birdied his first hole. Playing early in the cooler temperature does not suit him, back is a little stiff, but he said he is exactly where he wanted to be. Happily at the top of the leaderboard after his second round of -5 under par 66, for his -12 under par total;

“Back is not as loose as you want it to be, weather is not as warm as you want it to be. But I hit a good tee shot, and then I hit my wedge in there close and I made the putt, that got me going. It’s right where I want to be going into the weekend. I had two sloppy bogeys coming down the stretch, but I will take it.” 

Matt also played a morning round, and was thankful for the opportunity to be able to shoot his second consecutive -6 under par 65 for his -12 under par;

 ” We definitely got the good side of the draw. The golf course is so different tournament week than it is when you play out here regularly. It’s a lot harder, a lot faster. The greens are a lot quicker. The pins are a lot more tucked out here. So, it’s like a new golf course when you come here for a tournament.”

Two players are tied in third place, Greg Chalmers and Harris English are at -10 under par.

Brandt Snedeker shot the low round of the day, he also started in the morning, before the wind got up. His second round score of -7 under par 64 moving up the leaderboard to be at -8 under par. Brandt put his special round down to good putting, something I love to hear;

” My putting, plain and simple. I hit the ball extra good yesterday and had some of the worst putting I had all year. Today, I kind of did the opposite.”

Phil Mickelson, the Defending Champion, recovered with a bogey free  -4 under par 67, but he is still a long way from the leaders. Phil declared he is still in the race for this title;

” I’m not totally out of it, obviously heading into the weekend, I’d like to be closer, but as we have seen in the past, there is that minus eight, nine ten, and in some cases eleven-under par round out there. My back feels great, like I said, it was a simple fix. I just don’t want to overdo it.”

Among those missing the cut here are, Padraig Harrington, Lee Westwood, Rickie Fowler, Retief Goosen, Ian Poulter and Keegan Bradley.

European Tour. Volvo Golf Champions. Louis Lifts Trophy.

 

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Louis Oosthuizen lifts the European Tour Volvo Golf Champions trophy at Durban Country Club in South Africa. A final round of -4 under par 68 was good enough to see off the competition.

Oosthuizen starts 2014 in style

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Louis had some nervy moments towards the end of his round, a poor shot on 16 where he was lucky to be able to chip out, but still made bogey, and then he needed to make a birdie on the last to win;

“After my tee shot on sixteen I was lucky that I could chip it out and nearly made a great par. But when I stood over the ball on seventeen I saw that Branden had made birdie on eighteen so I knew that second shot was crucial to give myself a good opportunity and I hit it really close.

“And then eighteen, everyone thinks you just need to make a birdie but around that green it’s not easy and luckily I was far enough past where I could pitch it back into the grain and get it close. It was nerve-wracking through the round but I finished strong and I’m just happy that I got it done. It’s an awesome start for the year. Confidence-wise it’s great. I haven’t really played well last year with all the injuries so hopefully I can build from here on and just go better next time.”

Branden Grace captured second place, he also carded a -4 under par 68 in his final round, finishing with a -11 under par total, one shot adrift. He admitted it was terrible watching Louis pass him on the final green;

 “It was terrible watching it. But the winner at the end of the week is going to be the true champion and he played well so he deserves it. I thought I played some superb golf today. I let a couple slip out there which was unfortunate but if you had told me my first event I would start off with a second place, I would have taken it. This really gives you a push in the right direction so I’m really stoked.”

Tommy Fleetwood was the leader at the start of play, but he unfortunately could only produce a par last round of  72, which dropped him into a tie for third place with Joost Luiten, both at -10 under par.

Tommy said he hit the ball better off the tee, but it was the rest of his game that let him down at the crucial stage;

“Today was the best I have hit it off the tee all week and it was a shame the rest of the game let me down. After the long birdie putt on the second my putter went cold and it was not meant to be. It’s always great when you can be leading going into the final round of such a big event. I could have been four under, shot 66 and finished on the same score and not learned half as much. You have to take the positives and I have finished tied third in the first event and overall it’s been a very good week.”

Padraig Harrington and French duo Raphaël Jacquelin and Victor Dubuisson were another shot back on -9 under par.

European Tour.Volvo Golf Champions. Three-Way Tie at the Top

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There is a three-way tie at the top of the leaderboard after the second round of the Volvo Golf Champions event at Durban Country Club.

Tommy FleetwoodLouis Oosthuizen and Joost Luiten are tied at the top of the Volvo Golf Champions at -7 under par for the tournament. Joost carding a spectacular albatross, ( note it is not a double eagle) at  the par five tenth hole. He  holed his second shot, a four iron  from  248 yards, at the to the 560-yard hole.

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Albatross man Joost Luiten / Getty Images

Joost explained how it went, and the good feelings involved;

“It’s my first albatross,  I hit a good drive down the middle of the fairway, 227 metres left, hit a four iron and basically went straight at it. It pitched exactly where I wanted, just front of the green and released up the slope and straight at the pin and went in. It was a good feeling. “

“I didn’t really do a lot over the winter. I had three weeks off and I didn’t really practice. You never know how you are going to play after that but luckily the game is still all right. The funny thing is yesterday it felt terrible but I was making some good swings today, so that gives you some trust hopefully for the coming days. I want to win again and if you do there’s a Ryder Cup coming up, that’s the main goal.”

Tommy is not thinking of the Ryder Cup at this moment;

“It’s not my motivation at the minute, although it would be a dream come true one day.”It’s the best sporting event in the world but there are a lot of guys ahead of me at the moment.

“The difference between winning at Gleneagles last year and coming fifth that week was a single putt in four rounds. I could have lost in the play-off (with Ricardo Gonzalez and Stephen Gallacher), finished 50th in the order of merit and not played in the WGC event in Shanghai or this week and the difference in mindset would be huge.

“I played in all four Final Series events and played with Lee Westwood, Sergio Garcia, Henrik Stenson and Rory McIlroy, and just being surrounded by the big players is a massive learning experience that you can’t buy.”

Padraig Harrington, currently sharing eleventh place at -2 under par, had to contend with his caddie collapsing half way round the course. Regular bag-man Ronan Flood needed medical treatment, and could not continue. Pat Cashman,  a photographer for the Golfing Union of Ireland, and who has known Padraig for around 35 years was in the gallery following his fellow Irishman and stepped in to carry the bag.

Padraig Harrington and stand-in caddie Pat Cashman  (Getty Images)

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Pat said in interview;

“The bag was lighter than I expected. It was very comfortable. I saw Ronan on the range and he looked awful. I said if you need help, call me. They sent out a replacement caddie but Padraig asked if I would be happy to continue and I was. I told him I wouldn’t give him a line or a club but he was so easy to work for. I’ve given him my phone number if he needs me but hopefully Ronan will be okay.”

Padraig spoke about his stand-in caddie;

“He started off like he was carrying bows and arrows but by the end he had the double-strap going (on the bag) and was using all the lingo. It’s amazing how much caddies do for you and it gives you a new appreciation for what they do out there. I know now why we pay them the big bucks!”

The Grand Slam Of Golf. Adam Scott Sealed The Deal.

Adam Scott sealed the deal at The Grand Slam Of Golf at Port Royal Golf Course in Bermuda.

Watch: Eagle on 17 leads Scott to win

Adam Scott, with his approach to 17 / Getty

Masters Champion Adam was trailing U.S. Open Champion Justin Rose when his second shot into the par five seventeenth came to rest right beside the pin, giving him a tap in Eagle. Adam finished at -8 under par for the 36 hole tournament, winning by two shots from Justin at -6 under par.

Adam was happy with his win;

” Obviously, I’m thrilled to come out on top. Fun, but a trying couple of days here, really, especially today. Standing on the 11th tee, didn’t look like a score like that was going to be possible. But I played very well and managed to slowly claw away at Justin.”

Justin was unhappy with his back nine performance, but said Adam had played great;

”  I got off to a nice start, it was all going well on the front nine. I felt like the conditions picked up pretty much in the same point of the round. I don’t know if that’s just an every day thing, the wind picked up around here, and yeah, I think 9, 10,11, 12, that was quite a struggle there for everybody through that stretch. The weather, the rain sort of stopped and I guess it was all Adam really I guess. I struggled and hit one bad shot … hit in the hazard on 16; and I didn’t hit a lot of great shots on the back nine, that’s what I will say, but I was hanging on. Didn’t really play all that well today but was hanging on. And Adam, to give him credit there, had an amazing finish.”

Third place in the four man event went to Jason Dufner, who completed the two rounds at -3 under par.

Jason admitted he had endured a rough day;

” Just had a rough day. Didn’t get off to a good start and then we played five or six holes in some pretty bad conditions. Not too many birdies, a couple from Justin. We played in some bad weather for five or six holes, and some tough conditions. When the sun came out and the rain went away, played a little bit better. Just not a good start, trying to catch a guy and you’re making bogeys and they are grinding it out, four birdies in a row from Justin, and pretty solid today for Adam.”

The fourth man in the field was Padraig Harrington, the PGA Grand Slam of Golf is meant to feature all four of the season’s major champions, but reigning The Open Champion Phil Mickelson was not a part of the elite field due to a scheduling conflict. Padraig was the first alternate, as the reigning Grand Slam Champion.

Euro Tour. KLM Open. Pablo and Miguel Spanish Duo Share Lead.

The Spanish duo of Miguel Angel Jiménez and Pablo Larrazábal share the lead at the KLM Open at the half way stage in Holland.

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Miguel Angel Jimenez /Getty Images

Miguel fired a bogey free -3 under par 67 for his total score of -9 under par for the tournament. He is hoping that it will be his turn to win this week, after missing out last week in Switzerland;

“This course suits me, it’s not a very long course but you have to have the ball in position. I like this kind of links course and I feel very comfortable with my game. I didn’t manage to get the win in Switzerland last week, but maybe this week it will be my turn, I hope so.”

Pablo had two bogey’s in his second round -4 under par 66, to also reach -9 under par for the tournament at the Kennemer Golf Club, He said he had lost count of the putts he had missed on the back nine in a wet afternoon. Playing with Miguel tomorrow would be good, and a lot of fun;

“I’m happy, I’m hitting the ball as good as ever. I don’t know how many putts I missed today on that back nine. But I am on top of the leaderboard at the moment, the conditions were not good this afternoon, it was raining all the way so I am very happy with my game. It’s always good, we spend many practice rounds together, maybe 95 per cent we play together. We know each other well and have a lot of fun. We have a lot of dinners together.”

Simon Dyson, who won at Kennemer in 2006 and 2009 shot a bogey free -7 under par 63 second round, to finish tied in second place at -8 under par. Simon reported that he had a really solid round, and knows he can play well here;

“I’ve done well in previous years and played well around it today. I played really solid apart from the last two holes and never looked like making bogey. I hit a poor tee shot on the eighth, which was my 17th, and the lie determined the shot I had to play. I had quite a lot of room to pitch it on the green but had a terrible lie so had to play a little bump and run, a proper links shot, and managed to play it well. 
On the last I didn’t quite strike the chip as I wanted to but it was nice to roll the putt in and have a bogey-free round.”

Joining Simon in second place are Oliver Fisher and Julien Quesne, both players had a second round score of -5 under par 65, Julien bogey free and Oliver carding one bogey.

Top placed Dutchman is now Joost Luiten, a second round -5 under par 65 got him into a tie for seventh place at -6 under par. Missing the cut were Paul Casey and Padraig Harrington. Paul had shown signs of recovery lately but has slipped back, Padraig continues his disappointing season.

Wyndham Championship. Patrick Reed Leads

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Patrick Reed has edged himself into the lead at the Wyndham Championship at the Sedgefield Country Club in Greensboro, N.C.

Reeds in the lead

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Patrick fired a second round -6 under par 64 to move to the top of the leaderboard at the end of the second round of the Wyndham Championship with a -11 under par total. Patrick likes the attention for his wife, and also listens to what she has to say;

“I don’t mind her having all the attention, less attention for me, which means I can just focus more on my game. I told her to read putts for me that day, and she just has a knack for reading greens extremely well. It’s basically like my coach being out there with me. She knows just as much about the golf swing. She knows why I hit it left or right or anything like that, so I mean, if ever I get out of whack, she can fix me immediately.”

In second place at -10 under par is John Huh, who had the days lowest round, -8 under par 62, which left him just one shot off the lead at the end of the day. John said he did not see the 62 coming;

“Not 62. It was more like, maybe, 64. I drove the ball great since the Masters, actually. It’s been a long time, but I was able to put everything together and I’m really pleased with it.”

Jordan Spieth occupies third place at -9 under par, his second round score was a more modest -4 under par 66, with a total of -9 under par. Jordan who won his first PGA TOUR event last month said it is all about confidence;

” Just five yards here or there at the PGA means you miss a fairway and you make bogey, So, it’s just about getting my confidence back off the tee. I think that’s been the key to success this week so far is in my 3-wood. I’ve never hit it better than I have this week. Same with my driver. Getting myself to 9-under par, it’s definitely a very, very big confidence booster, nice bounce back from being 8 over two rounds last week. It’s nice to see those go in. Definitely looking forward to the Playoffs.”

Surprisingly Zach Johnson and Sergio Garcia, two of the bigger names in the tournament have not been able to keep pace with the leaders. Both players are now six shots off the lead, at -5 under par for the tournament.

Zach knows he should have been closer to Patrick Reed’s lead, he was at – 4 under par through five holes on Thursday and -3 under par through six on Friday only to shoot 67 and 68, respectively;

“Great starts and pretty average, poor finishes, lot of opportunities, just not capitalizing I guess is what I would say. But this is only my second time playing here. I got to get used to the golf course and it’s hard to make putts. If you land it one yard one way or one yard the other way it’s a birdie or potential bogey and that’s the beauty of this track. I think everything’s good, I feel like I’m managing my game good. What’s kept me from winning was the fact that I didn’t make any putts coming down the last nine holes at John Deere. I don’t feel like I lost that tournament in the playoff, I feel like I lost it in regulation, if anything.”

There is a 90% chance of rain in the published forecast for Saturday, so tournament officials have decided to move up the tee times for the third round of the Wyndham Championship. Players will be sent off Tee. 1 and Tee 10, three in each group, between 0700 and 0930 Eastern Time. The expected finish, barring delays, should be mid afternoon.

Mark Russell, the vice president of rules and competitions for the PGA TOUR announced;

“We’re expecting a very high percentage of rain tomorrow and we’ve had so much rain here at Piedmont, North Carolina, that you know, the water table is so high it’s not going to take much rain at all to cause us some problems on the golf course. But with the 6:30 finish tomorrow night, CBS television, if we got knocked out, we’d have absolutely no time to come back and try to finish. So, the forecast is better for Sunday and hopefully by playing early tomorrow if we do have some down time we’ll at least leave ourselves time to get the players back out and finish the third round.”

Finally some players who  did not make the cut, which was at -1 under par;

Brandt Snedeker, Carl Petterson, Nick Watney, Y.E. Yang, Davis Love 111, Paul Casey, V.J. Singh and Padraig Harrington.

Wyndham Championship, Two Tied At The Top.

Chris Stroud and Ross Fisher are the two players tied at the top of the leaderboard at the Wyndham Championship at Sedgefield Country Club.

Two tied at Sedgefield

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Chris and Ross both had rounds of -6 under par 64 on the par 70 Sedgefield Country Club course. Chris was surprised that he had not played well here in previous years;

” I’ve even told people I love this golf course, I have no idea why I don’t play well here. I’m playing too well to go home and just sit and get rusty, I said I want to get sharp for The Barclays. Let’s go to Greensboro, low expectations since I haven’t played that great here.”

Ross was told he had nothing to lose today, just go out there and go for it, meaning qualify for the FedEx Cup;

” My manager said, You’ve got nothing to lose. Just go out there all guns blazing and see what happens. I know what I’ve got to do, and I’ve just got to go enjoy it, and if it’s meant to be, it’ll happen. I don’t want it to end here.”

The defending Champion, Sergio Garcia, who claimed a two-stroke victory here last year, had a bogey free round of -5 under par 65. He shares third place with Matt Jones, Robert Garrigus, Jordan Spieth, Trevor Immelman, Morgan Hoffmann, Patrick Reed and Andrew Svoboda.

Sergio was happy with his round today but was aware it was only the first round;

“It was a great round today, but it’s only Thursday,” 

Robert was impressed with the speed of the greens;

” It’s unbelievable, the difference from where they used to be, it’s very refreshing.”

 Padraig Harrington shot a +3 over par 73 to put his FedExCup Playoffs fate in great jeopardy. Matt Jones, who has had the experience before sympathizes with Padraig’s position;

“I’ve definitely been there before, I know what they’re going through. It’s not a comfortable feeling.”

Tomorrow will be an interesting day, in a tightly packed field lets see who makes the cut.

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PGA Championship. Jason Jumps Ahead.

Jason Dufner jumped ahead of the pack at the conclusion of the second round of the PGA Championship at Oak Hill Country Club in New York.

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Jason fired a near record breaking second round at Oak Hill of -7 under pat 63 on the par 70 lay-out. to lead by two shots at -9 under par. On the last green he stood a 12 ft putt away from a shot at the lowest score in the 153 years of championship golf, sadly his effort did not even reach the hole;

“Probably the worst putt I hit of the day, which is a little disappointing, but all in all, it’s a 63, and name on top of the leaderboard. So that’s a great position to be playing from. It’s tough when you’re chasing history, you will be the first one to do something. I don’t think I’ve been the first to do anything in my life. So it was a little nerve-racking for a Friday. It’s usually the pressure you might feel toward the end of the tournament.”

Jason has two-shot lead over Masters Champion Adam Scott, Jim Furyk and Matt Kuchar, who are all tied at -7 under par.

Adam is full of confidence;

“I think the platform has never been better for me to go on and win multiple Majors. I guess you’ve got to take the confidence and form of winning a Major and run with it. I was hungry before the Masters and I might even have a bigger appetite after it. It might be greedy, but I feel like this is my time to get everything I want out of my career and I’m going to keep pushing until I do.”

Henrik Stenson and Justin Rose are a shot further back at -6 under par for the championship, Justin is looking forward to the challenge of the next two days;

“I sit here today really relishing the opportunity on the weekend to try to win another Major with no hesitation, which there may have been a few years ago because you don’t know how it’s going to pan out or how you’re going to deal with it. It’s wonderful to be in this situation right now, talking about having done it, talking about feeling like you can win more, believing in yourself and not talking about how I hope it could happen this week. So I think that alone makes it easier.”

The cut was made at +3 a total of 143, this is the lowest at the PGA Championship since 2001 at Atlanta Athletic Club, both Rory McIlroy (even) and Tiger Woods (+1) safely made it, but are a long way from the lead. Tiger admitted he will need a really low round tomorrow to get back on track;

“Obviously, I’m going to have to put together a really good weekend this golf course is pretty soft. It’s definitely gettable. Got to hit the ball in play and keep the ball near the hole so I can be aggressive with my putts.”

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Phil Mickelson also managed to make the cut, but at +2 over par thoughts of winning must have long gone.

Guys who did not make the cut include, Bubba Watson, Luke Donald, Ernie Els, Y.E. Yang, Stewart Cink and Padraig Harrington.

Scottish Open. Chris Doaks Cruises To the Top

Chris Doaks cruised to the top of the leaderboard st the Aberdeen Asset Management Scottish Open at Castle Stuart Golf Links, Inverness, Scotland.

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Chris Doaks / Getty Images

Chris fired a second straight round of -6 under par 66, to take the halfway lead on 12 under par at the Scottish Open, and gave credit to his coach Bob Torrance;

” It’s absolutely phenomenal to shoot 66-66 in the first two days, you start the week thinking you want to go low but to actually do it is fantastic. I just feel it has been coming all year but just maybe haven’t put it all together. These two days, I’ve definitely put it together. It helps Bob being here, as well. He’s not at many tournaments now, so it definitely helps, makes a difference. It’s fantastic, to hear all the highland accents up here cheering you on, it’s fantastic. I’m sure there will be a big following at the weekend, people are up for it so hopefully there’s a lot more people.”

There are four players tied in second spot, just one shot back at -11 under par, they are, J.B. Hansen, Ross Fisher, Peter Uihlein and Matthew Southgate.

Matthew, who was working was working in Pockets snooker club in Southend just three years ago, equalled the lowest round of the day with a flawless -8 under par 64, and said he was nervous, but liked it that way;

I like getting a bit nervous and a bit tingly, that’s what I live for, if I am shaking like a leaf on the first tee tomorrow I will be enjoying it. It’s been a tough season, coming out of the Tour School you are thinking about making cuts but that’s a bit negative. I have been looking over my shoulder the whole time rather than playing to get into contention. I’ve done a lot of work on my putting and Robert Rock has been helping me out, but it’s a shame I can’t lie down on the green and use a snooker cue to knock them in! Every player needs a big break so if this can be mine bring it on.”

Peter is concentrating on playing at a pace he is comfortable with;

” It’s all about trying to get into contention and slow everything down and work at my own pace. I feel like a couple of times I just keep getting too quick and my mind races a little too fast. I feel the more I can get myself into that position, the slower I can make things.”

The Worlds Number Eight, Phil Mickelson, is four off the lead on -8 under par after a second round of  -2 under par,70. Phil will be hoping to improve his position tomorrow, to put himself in position to make a run at it on Sunday.

Missing the cut was Open Champion Ernie Els, just a week before his title defense at Muirfield. Joining Ernie on the early bird flight out of Scotland is Padraig Harrington and Jose Maria Olazabal.

The leaderboard is still bunched, will be interesting to see who breaks away on moving day, tomorrow.

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