I was shocked when I saw the photos yesterday of the fire that occurred near Blue Lakes Country Club in the snake river canyon. While devastating fires are all around us, I didn't expect to see flames in our backyard.
You don't have to know much about golf to know that this is just ridiculous. Michael Phelps managed to sink a 153-foot putt at the Dunhill Links Championship. According to the announcer, Phelps is just learning to golf and is "26 handicapped," which we're pretty sure is Golf for "definitely shouldn't make this putt...
Paul Arrington came in today from Twin Falls Rotary and explained to me that there is no actual shotgun fired at the shotgun start of a golf tournament. That just means that everyone starts at the same time at different golf holes. I was born a blonde. :-)
Mr. Arrington was also here to put the word out about a great golf tournament that will be fun and raise funds for the new Main Avenue Plaza
While most golfers would hoot and holler after sinking a hole-in-one, six-year old Reagan Kennedy treated her maiden ace like she would any other shot.
That's because her parents had told her that it's poor etiquette to scream on the golf course.
Tiger Woods charged, Rory McIlory imploded, and in the end South African Charl Schwartzel took the Green Jacket at the 76th Masters championship.
During the wildest Sunday at Augusta National in recent memory third round leader McIlory’s ugly triple bogey on the tenth hole left nine players — representing every continent on earth besides Antarctic — within two strokes of the lead.
Jim Nantz, who’s been calling the Masters for CBS for the past 26 years, likes to refer to the tournament as a “Tradition like no others.”
While this has always seemed to be a bold, hard-to-justify statement, when one looks back at the last 25 years of action at Augusta one can’t help but conclude the championship does at least have a tradition of producing some pretty memorable moments involv