Jim Furyk just shot the first-ever 58 in PGA Tour history. Click below for more.
Bubba Watson is the latest to confirm that he will be a part of the field for the 2015 RBC Canadian Open, being held at Glen Abbey Golf Club from July 20-26. The combination of Team RBC ambassadors and including top Canadian players such as Graham DeLaet, David Hearn, Adam Hadwin and Canadian Golf Hall of Famer Mike Weir will contribute to an exciting field for Canada’s National Open Championship. Click below for a complete list of notable players confirmed for the tournament.
For the second year, pro golfers and RBC are teaming up to invite the public to participate in the social media charity challenge by sharing the hashtag #RBCGolf4Kids on Twitter and Instagram, or joining in on Facebook or www.teamrbcgolf.com – the more shares of #RBCGolf4Kids, the more dollars raised for children’s charities. Click below for more.
Jim Furyk won the 2015 RBC Heritage after going birdie, birdie in a playoff to beat South Carolina native Kevin Kisner. Furyk punctuated his winning putt by letting loose on the angriest old man celebration ever. Click below for the full video.
Check out Jim Furyk’s reaction to re-signing with Callaway including front hat logo for 2015.
The Jaguars hosted a halftime closest to the pin contest with the winner receiving $10K to the charity of their choice. Jim Furyk managed to beat out young guns Harris English, Luke Guthrie and David Lingmerth with some tricky old man game a.k.a. “not swinging too hard”. Check the video below.
This is Rory McIlroy practicing his golf swing in 1999. Check out the rest of the pictures below.
It was a dominating performance at Pinehurst No.2 for Martin Kaymer and he capped off the week by capturing his 2nd major title at the US Open. So just how dominant was his performance.. well.. let’s take a look: