Showing posts from July, 2015

Let's Watch Lydia Ko Dance

No, these short video clips that Lydia Ko Instagrammed aren't from a club, they are from the gym. And Lydia busts a move or two while warming up or cooling down with her fitness coach: Never a dull moment with @ta2claps 😂 #BetterEveryDay A video posted by Lydia Ko (@lydsko) on Jul 2, 2015 at 6:36pm PDT Another crazy session with @ta2claps 😁! #BetterEveryDay A video posted by Lydia Ko (@lydsko) on Jul 2, 2015 at 6:23pm PDT Hahahah we are so serious @ta2claps 🙈😂 A video posted by Lydia Ko (@lydsko) on Jun 19, 2015 at 8:36am PDT Lydia Ko is adorable!

Can You Build a Better Driver? Wilson Will Pay You $500,000 If You Can

Do you have an idea for how to build a better driver, an idea for the next breakthrough driver technology in golf? Wilson Golf wants to hear from you. And if your idea is worth testing, you might get on a new Golf Channel television series - you might even win $500,000 and have your driver produced and marketed by Wilson. The television series is called Driver vs. Driver and is slated to air on Golf Channel in Fall 2016. The television series ... "... will follow the trials and tribulations faced by contestants as their ideas and concepts are evaluated and critiqued by an elite team while going through the grueling process to become a viable driver within the Wilson Golf line of products. A set number of contestant concepts will go through prototyping and vigorous testing within Wilson Labs and the individuals and/or teams will work alongside the Company’s engineers and designers to refine the concept until a winner is determined." And if your concept is the best? Yo

Sang-Moon Bae Ordered to Leave PGA Tour, Join Military ... and I'm OK With That

Sang-Moon Bae is a 2-time winner on the PGA Tour, including this year's season-opener. From Korea, he is - make that was - a lock to make Team International for the 2015 Presidents Cup, played in ... Korea. But not anymore. Now, Bae will be doing duty in the South Korean military: He's leaving the PGA Tour for a 2-year hitch in the army. Reluctantly, and not without a fight. South Korea and North Korea are technically still in a state of war - the Korean War ended with an armistice agreement, not a peace treaty. Therefore, all South Korean males are required to serve two years of military service. There are some instances when that service can be delayed or even denied, if a Korean citizen becomes a permanent resident of another country or in a few other circumstances. Bae, 29, had received extensions in the past, allowing him to remain in the U.S. to play golf. But he missed a deadline to extend his last deferral, at which point Korea's military administration orde