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Search results for "Worst Shot Ever"

Jul 31st, 2018 Article

SkyCaddie SX500 is golf's ultimate GPS

SkyCaddie’s revolutionary new range-topping SX500 GPS handheld is the most powerful, most accurate, most features-packed and most visually stunning hand-held distance measuring device that golf has ever seen.

Jul 6th, 2016 Article

The Foozler Goes Caddying

They might look like a bunch of ne’erdowells, but these golfing pirates of the Royal & Ancient (i.e. caddies) are the heart and soul of golf. The Foozler investigates  

Jan 14th, 2016 Article

Exclusive: Simon Dyson is back!!!

Six time European Tour winner and all round golfing good guy is finally fit after suffering from a costly wrist injury back in March last year. Last week he played his first professional tournament since his injury. This week he's at it again. A few days before Christmas he met up with Gorgeous George to talk fitness training with a rugby team, one armed practice, and new years resolutions...

Mar 21st, 2016 Article

The Worst 61 Of All Time

All you need is a par for a 58. You can afford a bogey for a 59. A double bogey still wins you the tournament. Tim Hart made a triple bogey to drop into a playoff, and eventually come second. Ouch. 

Nov 8th, 2017 Article

Pat Perez exclusive Biscuit Tin Challenge

Pat Perez has had a storming few weeks, winning the CIMB Classic in October and following it up with 5th place at the CJ Cup @ Nine Bridges. He leads the FedEx Cup and is now ranked 18th in the world rankings. To celebrate Pat's sterling return to form he does the only sensible thing... he takes The GolfPunk Biscuit Tin Challenge...

Nov 21st, 2018 Article

On the couch with Existential Golfer Eddie Pepperell

Eddie Pepperell is up a tree. GolfPunk put him there. Well, we asked if he’d do it and he happily obliged. He's using his range finder to see into the future. He must be liking what he’s seeing. Six days later he would be British Masters champion...