It's an episode of Dora the Explorer, in real life. Watch as this persistent fox keeps swiping this golfer's headcover:
The best part? When the fox gets his revenge as the poor man slips and falls while being chased.
At 7-foot-6, ex-NBA star Yao Ming pretty much towers over anyone he meets. And that includes Chinese golfer Haotong Li.
Li, who considers himself to be fairly tall, had the opportunity to play a round of golf with Ming during Tuesday's pro-am tournament before this week's BMW Masters. And Li was compelled to tweet a few photos of their size difference:
— Haotong Li (@haotong_li) November 10, 2015
With size 18 feet, you have to wonder where Ming buys golf shoes. And can you imagine the extra-extra-extra large size of that golf glove? Do they really make golf shafts that long?
Even though we've featured Ming before, it's always amazing to see the comparison between a normal-sized human being and a giant.
K.T. Kim had one of those stretches of holes in Sunday's final round of the HSBC Champions most golfers can only dream about.
After bogeying the par-4 15th, the South Korean went birdie-ace-birdie-par-eagle over his next five holes.
Want to see the hole-in-one? Here it is:
— PGA TOUR (@PGATOUR) November 8, 2015
It's like the ball tracks right at the hole the entire way, as if there's a homing beacon. Forget distance or feel. The next big evolution in golf ball manufacturing should be GPS.