Archive for April 12th, 2010
Regardless of what category Krispy Kreme falls in for you, it looks like Phil Mickelson has a special place in his
stomach heart for the greasy treat.
The three-time Masters champ was spotted at a Krispy Kreme this morning, Masters jacket in tow. The best part of the photo has to be the fact that he’s wearing the Masters jacket the day after the tournament. Mind you, this is a guy who already has two of them, so he’s had the rush of victory at Augusta before. Read the rest of this entry »
OK, so I know highlights from Phil Mickelson’s final round have been played out more times than a Top 40 Lady Gaga song, but this video was pretty damn impressive.
This recap of Mickelson’s fourth round at the Masters gets checks in all the right boxes. Great music score? Check. Well-done highlight reel? Double-check. Mickelson winning his third green jacket? Triple-check. But I may be a little biased with the last check.
And did I mention the video comes sans comments from CBS’s on-course crew? Not sure what comes after the triple-check, but this was the one that clinched it for me.
Even though I’m pretty sure all of you could recall these highlights in your sleep (or am I the only one with this particular problem?), I still figured it was worth sharing with the rest of the class.
Ryan Moore is one cool customer, there’s no doubt about that. Whether it’s his trademark golf attire or his ability to play golf with a carefree attitude, the Washington native never gives you the feeling that he’s nervous or out of sorts.
While Fred Couple may be the coolest customer in the sport, Moore could be the second-coming of Freddy, based on the way he plays the game. Moore decided to up his style factor last week when he donned a tie-cardigan-buttoned get-up during the Masters that had many in the golf world talking.
Instead of just making the trip to Augusta a chance to show off his latest look, Moore proceeded to ace the 16th hole on Sunday in the get-up — only increasing his already sky-high golf cred. But the ace on Sunday, and a solid T-14 finish, only pale in comparison to what he did with the flatstick.
What you may have missed while admiring Moore’s get-up is the fact that he also lead the tournament in putting average (1.51 putts), besting Tiger Woods, Bill Haas and Fred Couples for the honors.
Now, we all know how difficult Augusta National can be when you get on the green, so Moore’s feat should definitely be recognized. However, what makes it ever better is the story behind the putter he used to lead the tournament in putting. Read the rest of this entry »
Sometimes it pays to take a gamble every once in a while. As Phil Mickelson was taking gigantic gambles on the golf course late into Sunday’s final round, a group of golf fans were watching the television, hoping their gamble on Mickelson paid off.
Mind you, these golfers weren’t rooting for Mickelson to win a wager; rather, they were hoping Mickelson could finish off the tournament with a victory to secure a free Callaway driver for all of those crazy enough to sign up for Golfsmith’s “Win with Phil” promotion.
If Phil Mickelson won the Masters, Golfsmith promised to give a full refund to anyone crazy enough to buy a Callaway driver prior to the start of the Masters. Unlike Sergio Garcia and TaylorMade’s unsuccessful attempt to capitalize on the same promo last year, Callaway and Mickelson hit a grand slam with it at the first major of the year. Read the rest of this entry »