ผลบอลสด Meet Jeff Knox, the guy with the greatest job in golf: Augusta marker

April 23rd, 2014 Comments off

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ผลบอลสด That gentleman above is Jeff Knox. No matter what you’re doing this weekend, Jeff’s got one up on you.

Knox is the official Augusta “marker,” a tournament representative who plays in the event that an odd number of players make the cut. Many other tournaments simply send that odd man out on his own, but at Augusta, you’re always under the care of the club, even out on the course.

ผลบอล SBOBET This year, Rory McIlroy was the 51st and final player to make the cut, meaning that Knox got to tee it up Saturday morning with a two-time major champion. Not a bad way to spend a day.

The purpose of a marker is twofold: to keep the pro’s scorecard and to help with the pace of play. Plus, it can get lonely out there on a golf course all by yourself; why not have someone along to pass the time?

แทงพนันบอลออนไลน์ Luke Donald’s penalty at Masters reported by a patron at Augusta National

April 21st, 2014 Comments off

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แทงพนันบอลออนไลน์ AUGUSTA, Ga. — Luke Donald was penalized two strokes at The Masters on Thursday for grounding his club while the ball was still in a bunker on the ninth hole. A spokesman for Augusta National, where the Masters is played, told Yahoo Sports that the penalty was reported by a patron to an official on the course.

รับพนันบอล According to Augusta National spokesman Steve Ethun, Donald was informed of the penalty after his round but prior to signing his scorecard. (Had he signed an incorrect scorecard, Donald would have been disqualified.) Donald took a first-round score of 79 (+7), a total that included the two-stroke penalty.