Jamie Donaldson clinched the Ryder Cup for Europe with a tremendous wedge shot from 140+ yards on Sunday. (Video below) On Monday morning, Donaldson did an interview with Sky Sports. When asked if the Ryder Cup-clinching shot had sunk in yet, Donaldson answered truthfully, “No, ’cause I’m still drunk.”
Patrick Reed drained a birdie putt on the 7th hole of his Ryder Cup matchup with Henrik Stenson today and then he tired to fire up his team or anger the Scottish crowd, either or, by making a “shush” gesture. Reed apparently had been heckled for his putting on the first tee earlier in the day.
Reed then proceeded to pump his fist and yell “Come on!” on his way to the next tee, which caused Jack Nicklaus to ask on Sky Sports, “What in the world is he doing? He’s going to incite a riot.”
We’ve all been there… You know that feeling you get following an awful round of golf. That feeling like you could just break something. Well, one golfer let his emotions get the best of him as he took out his frustrations on his equipment.
The gentleman spared no expenses during the fit, snapping his clubs, slamming his bag to the ground repeatedly and ripping off his bag tags. Though the golfer may not have been feeling like sunshine and rainbows at the time, the audience clearly enjoyed reveling in his fury.
Billy Horschel is your 2014 TOUR champion. Horschel won the tournament in Atlanta, Georgia and was met with a mix of cheers and boos – presumably from fans of other SEC schools. Horschel, who attended Florida, broke out a celebratory Gator Chomp. This is the opposite of Jonathan Papelbon saluting Phillies’ fans.
Jamie Donaldson missed a putt at the Omega European Masters tournament in Switzerland earlier today, and he was not profoundly psyched about it. This clip serves as the occasional reminder that golf can be quite awful at times for everybody who plays.