OK, so it's been a little while since we posted a good Ice Bucket Challenge video.
Somehow, someway, this one slipped through the cracks. Don't worry, we're investigating how that happened.
The Most Interesting Golfer in the World -- Miguel Angel Jimenez -- took the challenge in late August after being called out by Henrik Stenson.
But, he didn't use a measly little bucket. Instead, cigar in mouth, Jimenez was doused with what looks like a 32-gallon trash can.
Here it is:
In case you missed it there, yes, Jimenez nominated a bull fighter to take the challenge -- so Miguel Angel Jimenez of him to do that.
After a three-year partnership that resulted in Adam Scott becoming the first Australian-born winner of the Masters, the former World No. 1 and caddie Steve Williams have parted ways.
Scott made the announcement in a statement released Wednesday morning.
"Steve has been an integral part of my team in a period where I have fulfilled some of my lifetime golfing goals," Scott said in a statement. "His dedication and professionalism have been without question, and his friendship is highly valued. Our priorities and stages of life are different now, and so we decided that this is the best time to end our partnership."
Scott hired Williams in 2011 shortly after Tiger Woods fired Williams after winning 13 majors together.
Williams has said over the last year that he was going to cut back on his caddie responsibilities soon to move home to his native New Zealand to spend more time with his family.
PGATour.com's Brian Wacker had this from Williams after Scott's decision to cut ties:
"After discussing this in detail with Adam it became evident that my plan was not going to fit with Adam's requirements and so we decided to end our partnership," Williams said. "Having caddied for the first Australian to win the Masters is a career highlight and a memory I will cherish forever. If the right opportunity arose I would consider caddying on a part time basis in the future."
A broken heart can make a person do silly things -- or in the case of 23-year-old Austin Christopher from western New York, downright stupid things.
WIVB Channel 4 News in New York has a report about Christopher from over the weekend, who was arrested after causing more than $50,000 worth of damage to local golf courses with his pick-up truck.
The reason for the destruction? Christopher told police it was because he was upset after his girlfriend dumped him.
Christopher was caught after a neighbor near Harvest Hill Golf Course in Orchard Park, N.Y., called 911 to report the incident that tore up the ninth green.
Christopher may have been tougher to catch had he not initially driven past the 18th green, where nearby surveillance cameras allowed police to easily identify the suspect.
When police caught up to Christopher, there was still turf stuck to his tires.
According to the news report, Christopher was released after posting bail, but was right back in police custody after it was discovered that he also tore up a practice area at another nearby golf course -- Bob-O-Link Golf Club.
Christopher is now being held on $25,000 bail, charged with criminal trespassing and criminal mischief -- a felony.
Here's the full report:
For the first time in Ryder Cup history, the 1997 matches at Valderrama in Sotogrande, Spain, were played in continental Europe. And, there was a very special European captain for the occasion -- Seve Ballesteros.
The Europeans took a commanding five-point lead into the Sunday singles matches -- 10 1/2-5 1/2 -- but the Americans came storming back, only to fall just short.
The U.S. won the final session by an 8-4 margin, but lost the matches 14 1/2-13 1/2. It was the first of four consecutive (and counting) home victories for the Europeans.
Here's a look back at the day-by-day breakdown: