สมัครฮอลิเดย์ Ernie Els three-putts from one foot on Thursday at the British Open

July 31st, 2014 Comments off

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สมัครฮอลิเดย์ It’s pretty easy to lose your composure at a major championship, it just normally doesn’t happen on the first hole on a Thursday.

Link GClub That was the case with Ernie Els, who made a triple-bogey on his first hole of this British Open. The 2002 and 2012 Open champion three-putted from just outside a foot on the opening hole at Royal Liverpool to card a triple-bogey after his tee shot hit a spectator.

The loss of focus for a second reminded us of Charl Schwartzel’s four-putt at the 2011 Deutsche Bank Championship, and things didn’t get much better for Els after this, adding two more bogeys over his next five holes to sit at 5-over after five holes on a day where the scoring hasn’t been much of an issue.

สมัครสมาชิก Royal1688 Tiger Woods hits greens, drives, one fan in strong first British Open round

July 30th, 2014 Comments off

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สมัครสมาชิก Royal1688 You didn’t think Tiger Woods would let you forget him, did you?

สมัครสมาชิก Holiday In his first major round of 2014, one of his first competitive rounds since March, Woods took advantage of some very un-British conditions to turn in an Open Championship performance that ought to have him sticking around until Sunday. Woods wrapped his round at -3, good enough to have him tied for eighth at the time. Yep, he’s going to tease everyone once again.

The day began ugly with two bogeys, and it appeared Woods’ Open could be over before most of the players even awoke. But he settled down, made the turn at +1, and then began a run that would redefine both his scorecard and his hopes for this major championship.

“Unfortunately, I got off to a horrific start,” Woods said after the round, “but I fought back.”

Woods played the kind of conservative golf that’s necessary to compete at an Open Championship. He didn’t even take his driver out of the bag until No. 16. By then, he was at the tail end of a run of five birdies in six holes, a stretch that had him just two shots off the lead. He closed with two pars, minimizing the impact of mistakes on both holes.