In the third round of The Barclays, the first tournament in FedEx playoffs 2015, Phil Mickelson attempts to escape the greenside bunker hitting it with his back to the hole. However, the ball lands back in the bunker where he is successful on his third shot eventually making par on the par-4 18th hole.
One of golf’s top players meets the game’s trick-shot masters. Rory McIlroy learns the ins and outs of golf trick shots from the team that started it all, the Bryan brothers. Whistling Straits, home of the 2015 PGA Championship, has never seen a game like this, captured by GoPro.
The two great friends Zachary Christman and Eric Angeles show incredible teamwork executing the unthinkable in this short video. The two perform what can only be called the coolest golf assist trick shot ever. The first player softly passes the ball to the second, who then launches the ball before it could even hit the ground. So
Mini-golf putt-putt is not much of a TV sport. But what if it were? What would the Mini Golf Masters, and the broadcast, look lik? American Simon Connor imagined what mini-golf would look like if it were taken as seriously as the bigger version of the game. See video below.
What will be the outcome when golf’s biggest names try their best to copy Adam Sandler’s unorthodox swing in the movie Happy Gilmore? Watch for yourself, and be impressed by Padraig Harrington hitting a ball 300 meters (328 yards). And watch Alvaro Quiros and Phil Mickelson struggling with this trick shot.