What happened to Jordan Smith’s Hole-in-one?
On Friday, Jordan L. Smith nailed the hole-in-one just before the finish of his second round. The shot landed on the green several yards from the flag, but got a perfect roll right into the cup. A smile-worthy moment for @JSmithGolf pic.twitter.com/eisRtzTgOt Smith sits at three under after the round.
What happened to Jordan Spieth at the Genesis Scottish Open?
Jordan Spieth is having a week at the Genesis Scottish Open. On Friday, it was he and caddie Michael Greller going back and forth over a club, and Spieth eventually throwing a shot to 10 feet. Saturday, it was more of his patented Spieth magic.
What’s new on the 17th hole at the Scottish Open?
In the first year of luxury vehicle manufacturer Genesis as a sponsor for the Scottish Open, a cool little incentive was added to the 17th hole for those in the field. The first player to ace the 203-yard par-3 would be taking home the new electric Genesis GV70 SUV, and his caddie would get the GV60 crossover.
What did speith say about the PGA Tour in Atlanta?
This is what Speith said ahead of this week’s Tour Championship at East Lake Golf Club in Atlanta: “Well, I think it’s certainly, it’s impossible to not think that that was a catalyst for, for continuing to want to make sure that that are the players that we have on the PGA tour now stay on the PGA tour.”