Golf Videos

A seagull flies off with Steve Lowery's ball during the 1998 Players Championship VIDEO: Top 10 Animal Encounters on the US Tour
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22 April, 2014
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South Africa’s golf courses are packed with all sorts of animals, and I’m sure every golfer in this country has had at least one memorable encounter with a wild creature (like a friend of mine whose phone got stolen by a monkey at Leopard Creek a few months ago, an encounter made even funnier because he had told his partner moments earlier that the monkeys were not to be worried about, that they kept to themselves). Do you have any funny tales? Tell us about it.


'The Mechanic' taps in for his first Champions Tour victory VIDEO: Jiménez wins in Champions Tour debut
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21 April, 2014
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The widely popular Miguel Ángel Jiménez, aka ‘The Mechanic’, clinched his first Champions Tour victory by two shots in the Greater Gwinnett Championship on Sunday. But don’t fear, the Spaniard will still feature on the major tours – for 2014 at least.


KUALA LUMPUR, MALAYSIA - APRIL 18: Spain's Pablo Larrazabal jumps into a water hazard in an attempt to avoid hornets (Photo by Getty Images) VIDEO: Larrazábal jumps into hazard to escape hornets
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18 April, 2014
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“So I’m walking along and suddenly I felt something on my nose,” said Spain’s Pablo Larrazábal after his second round in the Maybank Malaysian Open. “I swatted it away and suddenly…they were not bees, they were three times the size of bees.


A $1 million celebration VIDEO: Three uncommon (and slightly annoying) hole-in-ones
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17 April, 2014
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According to a study by Golf Digest, the odds of a tour player making a hole-in-one is about 3000 to 1. The odds of a tour player’s tee shot ricocheting off a tree to find the hole, well, that is yet to be determined. It has happened on a few occasions, however (lucky bastards). James Kingston, for instance, got a fortuitous bounce off a tree at Leopard Creek’s par-three 15th in 2002 during the Dunhill Championship…


A statue of 'Putter Boy' outside Pinehurst No 2's clubhouse (Photo by Streeter Lecka/Getty Images) VIDEO: The Cradle of American Golf
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15 April, 2014
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Pinehurst Resort in North Carolina is considered by many to be the ‘Cradle’ or ‘Home’ of ‘American Golf”. And course No 2, which will host this year’s US Open, was recently restored to architect Donald Ross’ original vision.


20 June1999: Payne Stewart of the United States celebrates his US Open victory (Harry How /Allsport) VIDEO: The Duel at Pinehurst: Mickelson vs Stewart
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15 April, 2014
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The final round of the 1999 US Open at Pinehurst No 2 was dramatic – more dramatic than most Major Sundays.


Grant Hepburn demonstrates the proper knee action for the backswing. VIDEO: Role of the Knees
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11 April, 2014
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PGA professional Grant Hepburn explains the role of the knees in the swing


Retief Goosen and John Brenkus, creator of Sports Science VIDEO: Retief Goosen explains Speed Pocket technology
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10 April, 2014
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Two-time US Open winner Retief Goosen joins John Brenkus from the TV program Sport Science to discuss TaylorMade’s Speed Pocket technology and how it aids the inconsistent ball striker.


Vik buys Rangé by the bucketful! VIDEO: Rangé or Top Flite, what’s your choice?
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10 April, 2014
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John O’Hurley, indiscriminate spokesman of Rangé Golf Balls, explains why Rangé is the ball to play