บาคาร่าออนไลน์ On Sunday at the HSBC Women’s Championship, Paula Creamer made one of the most incredible putts we’ve ever seen, holing a 75-foot eagle putt on her second playoff hole to win her first event since 2010.
บาคาร่าออนไลน์ GClub It was the type of putt even a professional would hope to just get close, but it was a great putt that hit the middle of the hole and dropped and turned out to be one of the coolest moments of 2014 so far.
What other great long putts have dropped in the history of golf? We looked around and found the best.
Hale Irwin, 72nd hole, 1990 U.S. Open — As iconic golf images go, Hale Irwin taking his “victory lap” around the 18th green at Medinah after holing a 45-footer on his final hole are tough to beat. Irwin was miles away from the cup on his final hole, but rolled in the lengthy birdie putt to post a final round 67, good enough to land him in a playoff with Mike Donald, who he defeated in 19 holes on Monday to win his third U.S. Open trophy.
พนันบอลออนไลน์ This past weekend saw a lot of great story lines and we are here to give you the good and the bad of it. Here are our winners and losers from the past week in golf.
เล่นพนันบอลออนไลน์ Russell Henley — There is a great line at the end of “Rounders” about the main character simply “hanging around,” and that is exactly what Henley did on Sunday at the Honda Classic. He didn’t have his best stuff over that final round, posting a 2-over 72, but with nobody at the top of the leaderboard making a run it was good enough to land in a playoff and that was all Henley needed. Now the 24-year-old adds a second PGA Tour win to his resume that already includes three Web.com wins, impressive considering he has only been a pro for three seasons.
Billy Hurley III — Sure, Hurley III would have loved to finish one shot better and land in that huge playoff with Henley and crew, but his final round 69 was good enough for a fifth place finish, his best on the PGA Tour since July of 2012.