Kevin Na’s struggles in the woods at the Valero Texas Open had a Blair Witch-type feel to them. He lost track of how many strokes it took him to get out. “I think I made somewhere between 10 and 15. But I think it’s close to a 15,” he said afterward. His 13th shot got him out of the woods. According to ESPN, Na’s double snowman (actual term for a 16: duodecuple) ended up being the worst score on a par-4 on the PGA tour since 1983. The News-Express claims only John Daly’s 18 on a par-5 at Bay Hill in 1988 was worse.
“Alcohol was not involved.”
Frank DeFord was one of the best our industry ever produced.
Strange but true.
The Windsor Spitfires defeated the Erie Otters to capture Canada’s Memorial Cup on Sunday. After the game a cameraman (…)
An actual mic drop.