We’ve all been there — a baseball game that feels like it’s dragging on thanks to media timeouts or a player who seemingly takes forever to get ready to bat. But these Minnesota-Duluth hockey/Twins fans have found the perfect solution to boredom: flip cup.
Yes, that game. The one you may have played or watched others play at a house party in college, where two teams drink a beverage from a plastic cup and then try to flip it onto its open end as quickly as possible in a relay.
Kuchar played a 7-iron, landing the ball just in front of and to the right of the flagstick. It ran a bit past the hole, then spun toward home. The ace brought Kuchar to 5-under for the tournament and put him in third place. He’ll wind up making thousands of dollars because of this shot, even though he isn’t likely to win the green jacket. Kuchar was at even par at the turn on Sunday and has made an incredible charge.
It was Kuchar’s first ace in a major but not overall, according to Golf Channel’s Justin Ray. Not such a bad time or place for it.
Jordan Spieth will likely never play the 12th or 15th holes at Augusta without TV broadcasters playing and replaying the quadruple-bogeys he posted on those holes in 2016 and 2017, respectively. No sweat for the 2015 Masters winner, who made par on 12 in Saturday’s third round after missing way left with his tee shot, but absolutely blistered the 15th with the shot of the day from 100 yards out.
When Phil Mickelson got off to a birdie-birdie MLB Baseball Jerseys start to Wholesale Jerseys Free Shipping Spieth’s two pars in Saturday’s third round of the Masters, it looked as if the 46-year-old was going to make a serious move on moving day at Augusta National.