When you’re Bubba Watson and the fourth-ranked golfer in the world, the sport comes easy. That includes hitting a golf ball with his driver as though he was Ichiro (or Bryce Harper or another left-handed baseball player).
Prior to winning the Masters at age 21, Jordan Spieth filmed an outstanding commercial dubbed “My Buddy”. Tiger Woods was also 21 when he won his first Masters. Tiger Woods also has made some fairly decent commercials.
Two buddies, Seth Haley and Josh Nowicki, played iceberg golf on Lake Michigan – because land golf is too easy. Nowicki used a stand-up paddle board to move from iceberg to iceberg, while filmmaker Haley filmed the adventure. Hey, whatever
Arizona Cardinals wide receiver Larry Fitzgerald teed off from atop the Hanglip Mountain in South Africa while playing the Extreme 19th at the Legend Golf & Safari Resort the highest (1,300 feet) and longest (395 yards) par-3 golf hole
Despite Tiger Woods being just another golfer these days (when he’s playing), Nike is still churning out commercials. After all, they pay him like seventy hundred bazillion million dollars a year. It’s gotta be nice being a
Dustin Johnson won the Cadillac Championship at Doral this weekend, but that’s too newsy for IASID. We’re more interested in weird wild stuff like this sick banana hook Phil Mickelson pulled off Sunday after his tee shot
East Lansing, Michigan native and PGA pro Dan Olsen was on Mad Dog in the Morning on The Game 730 AM Friday claiming Tiger Woods is serving a suspension for a failed drug test. Olsen is the PGA Teaching
In anticipation of the 2015 season, the San Diego State University women’s golf squad threw together a nifty little trick shot video. Solo shots, team shots and even a down-the-shirt shot. I’m always amazed and what people