บาคาร่าออนไลน์ The five best golf shots ever hit by a left-hander

August 20th, 2014 Comments off

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บาคาร่าออนไลน์ August 13 is the one day a year where being left-handed is celebrated. As a southpaw myself, I tend to celebrate this holiday much like right-handers celebrate all the other days, getting any and all golf clubs they want, never having to use awkward scissors and never having ink covering the bottom of their palm.

บาคาร่า We figured it would be a good time to look back on some of the best golf shots ever hit from the wrong side of the ball. We tried to find some YouTube worthy clips so you could watch the greatness of the lefty, so while Bob Charles was the first lefty to ever win a major, none of his shots will be making the list (even his 11 one-putts he had in the first leg of the 36 hole playoff he won at Royal Lytham & St. Annes).

So, here is our list. Let us know what you think, and for all the lefty readers out there, this post is for you!

IBCBET Rory McIlroy wins the PGA Championship

August 19th, 2014 Comments off

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IBCBET On Sunday at the PGA Championship, there were plenty of moments when you thought Rory McIlroy wouldn’t win his fourth major championship at the age of 25 and second in a row.

IBC Going in with a one-shot lead, the early fireworks had nothing to do with Rory McIlroy and everything to do with the guys chasing him. Ernie Els was making a run out of nowhere. Henrik Stenson was showing why he might be one of the toughest golfers in the world right now. Rickie Fowler continued to do what he does at major championships this season, and Phil Mickelson brought the drama that only Phil Mickelson can bring to a final round of a major.

The whole tournament changed when Rory got to the hole that gave us one of his weirdest swings of the last few weeks on Thursday, when an over-hooked three-wood went out of bounds and led to a double-bogey, his only of the tournament. Rory pulled the same club from 280 yards on Sunday and hit it to 12-feet, rolling in the eagle putt and starting the inevitable march to victory.