ZANDVOORT, Netherlands (AP) Paul Casey narrowly missed an eagle attempt on the final hole of his third round at the KLM Open on Saturday that would have given him the first ever 59 on the European Tour.
Casey's second shot on the ninth at the par-70 Kennemer Golf & Country Club pitched close to the cup before spinning left and off the green. The Englishman then over-hit...
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4 days ago
There are plenty enough things for golfers to concern themselves with while he or she is lining up a putt: speed, line, form, etc., so any distractions that take away from the focus needed to hole a putt are unwelcome. An overly enthusiastic gallery that won’t quiet down is one good example. A yet unheard [...]
England's Paul Casey withdrew from the Volvo World Match Play Championship on Sunday because of a right shoulder injury, with Sweden's Robert Karlsson taking his spot in the 24-man field in the European Tour event that begins Thursday at Finca Cortesin.
Casey withdrew from The Players Championship in Florida on Thursday after shooting a 42 on the front nine in the first...
See that car behind Paul Casey has he drains the hole-in-one? His caddy notices it. He also thinks that Paul Casey just won him a car. Ya see, Casey told him that if he hit the one stroke shot at the appropriate hole for the WGC-Cadillac Championship, he would give the car to his caddy. One problem, this wasn’t the hole that the car was the prize for.
Now watch the hilarity...
Honestly, there are few clips that might be funnier than this one from the WGC Cadillac Championship from the world of golf.
British golfer Paul Casey hit a hole-in-one on the 15th hole and caused his caddie to have an epic celebration. Casey's caddie Craig Connelly believed that he had won a car since Casey hit a hole-in-one on the hole.
The only issue for Craig...
Paul Casey had a hole-in-one today at the Cadillac championship on the 15th hole and it was as pretty as you would expect. What made the ace even better was the reaction of Paul’s caddie who was celebrating quite emphatically, and for good reason. On the 15th tee Paul Casey had told caddie Craig Connelly he’d give him the car if he aced it. Unfortunately for Craig, the...
English golfer Paul Casey will miss the first two months of 2012 after dislocating his right shoulder on a snowboarding holiday, dealing a major blow to his chances of qualifying for Europe's Ryder Cup team.
The 20th-ranked Casey will be unable to defend his Volvo Golf Champions title in South Africa this month and will also miss the European Tour's entire Middle East swing...
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January 06, 2012