This Week in Golf
It’s been one heck of a week leading into golf’s “fifth major,” with headlines detailing everything from red carpet galas to one major law suit. Here’s the latest news you need to know from the golf world this week.
1. New Turn in the Vijay Singh Story is Headed for the Courthouse
Vijay is back in the news again this time for filing a law suit against the PGA Tour regarding the anti-doping case and his admitted use of deer antler spray.
2. Castro Leading the Field After Day 1 at THE PLAYERS
Sawgrass rookie Roberto Castro shot a 9-under par 63 in the first round of THE PLAYERS to take the lead spot on Thursday evening. So far this morning Tiger Woods and Lee Westwood have made a run for the front of the pack. Track the tournament scores real-time on Golf Channel.com.
3. And the Winner of the 17th-Hole Contest Is…
One PGA Tour player’s caddie stuffed it within five feet from the hole on the 17th island green at TPC Sawgrass to win the annual closest-to-the-pin caddie contest at THE PLAYERS Championship. See who won.
4. Disoriented Woman Drives Car Onto Golf Course
Participants in the U.S. Open local qualifier at the Country Club at Emerald Hills encountered an unexpected hazard yesterday as a presumably lost woman drove her vehicle down the cart path and into a bunker on the 11th hole. Check out the video!
5. Tiger and Lindsey Make First Official Appearance as a Couple
Golf’s star couple Tiger Woods and Lindsey Vonn walked the red carpet as guests of Vogue magazine before the glamorous Met Gala in New York City on Monday night.
– The Daily Tee