Jordan Spieth has been playing golf as long as he can remember. When he was 2 years old, he picked up his first set of plastic clubs. At ten, he began to play tournaments. When Spieth was 13, he decided to try to take his game to another level and began playing golf every day. Since then, his career has skyrocketed upward. More »
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Tiger Woods is in a slump. He’s starting to fade. He’s past his prime.
That’s what a lot of commentators are chirping after a heartbreaking loss at last week’s Barclays Golf Tournament. In a crowded and talented field, Woods tied for second place. That’s good enough for a silver medal in the Olympics, but in the world of golf, it’s strangely forgettable.
But before we dismiss the world’s Number 1 player as washed up, let’s take a look at the stats.More »
At the PGA Championship last Sunday, all of Asia celebrated the victory of South Korean Y.E. Yang. Yang became the first Asian to ever win a major PGA tournament. Finishing the tournament at 8-under put him ahead of Tiger Woods, who finished 5-under.
Going into the final round, Tiger was ahead by two strokes, but he bogeyed the final two holes. He admitted that his shots were good but he couldn’t finish the job with his putting.More »