WHILE Jason Day was the shining light on day one of The Players, his fellow members of the ‘Big Four’ were stuck at the back of the pack.
It was literally an inch away — a birdie putt that kissed off the left lip at the par-3 eighth hole — from being one of the historic accomplishments in golf history.No player has ever shot 62 at The Players Championship, or any major for that matter, and Jason Day didn’t try to downplay the significance of being on the brink of a round for the ages. After he birdied No. 7 (his 16th hole) to go 8 under par, the 28-year-old Australian admitted he thought about seizing a piece of immortality.
Two of the top six golfers in the world are currently wearing new shoes and joggers at one of their sport's biggest events. What a world we live in.
144 professional golfers converge on Jacksonville (okay, Ponte Vedra Beach), and nine of them are Bulldogs. Georgia used to like playing in this area. Now, not so much. But with nine in the field, I like our chances.
Rickie Fowler is wearing special two-tone yellow and pink Puma Golf shoes, while Rory McIlroy is wearing Nike Air Zoom 90 IT golf shoes at The Players
Rickie Fowler sets yet another new fashion trend with multi-color golf shoes.
This week on social media Rory McIlroy and Rickie Fowler caused controversy at The Players, while a famous Tiger Woods moment was recreated.
Rickie Fowler produced a stunning performance to capture last year's Players Championship, and here we take a look at his winning birdie - his third of the day at the feared 17th.
The 17th at Sawgrass is a daunting prospect for even the most seasoned professional, but Rickie Fowler proved there is more the one way to tackle the infamous par-three.