Tiger Woods
Tiger Woods

The newest entry into the Bond family of films doesn't premiere for the general public until Nov. 7.

But Tiger Woods is already giving the movie props.

He sent out this review of "Spectre," which has Daniel Craig returning as 007.

 

 

Woods is currently recovering from a second back surgery after doctors discovered a fragmented disc pinching a nerve.

 

 

Woods told the Associated Press he expects the rehabilitation process to be a long one.

"The last one, it took me awhile to get back. Some players on tour have done the same procedure and to be back pain-free it took them over a year," he said.

Woods had been scheduled to play with Matt Kuchar in Mexico City for an exhibition event.

But the unplanned surgery forced a withdrawal from play.

 

 

 

Tiger Woods gives two thumbs up to new Bond film
October 24, 2015 - 6:17pm
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Alex Cejka earned a double circle after acing the 17th at TPC Summerlin in Las Vegas.

Alex Cejka was at 7-under when he stepped onto the tee box on No. 17 Saturday at the Shriners Hospitals Open.

A 212-yard par-3 gem with a water hazard to the left of the green?

Not a problem for the 44-year-old from Germany.

 

 

He would follow the ace with a birdie at 18 to put him at 5-under on the day and 10-under for the tournament.

Cejka turned pro in 1989 and has one PGA Tour victory - the 2015 Puerto Rico Open in March.

 

Cejka aces No. 17 at Shriners Open
The Ole Miss golf teams showed their skills on the football field in Oxford, Miss.

It was all about that golf at the Ole Miss football stadium this week.

The men's and women's teams were taking part in a trick shot challenge against rival Texas A&M.

The football teams meet Saturday night in Oxford, Miss.

But first the home team golfers scored some of their own points on the field.

 

 

 

Could it be the newest hybrid sport?

Folf? Gootball?

Well, maybe not.

Texas A&M's golf teams took to the practice range for their part of the challenge.

 

 

Well played golfers.

Ole Miss golf team takes over Vaught-Hemingway Stadium for trick shot display

It was all about golf at the Ole Miss football stadium this week.

The men's and women's teams wre taking part in a trick shot challenge against rival Texas A&M.

The football teams meet Saturday night in Oxford, Miss.

But first the home team golfers scored some of their own points on the field.

 

 

Could it be the newest hybrid sport?

Folf? Gootball?

Well, maybe not.

Texas A&M's golf teams took to the practice range for their part of the challenge.

 

 

Well played golfers.

Ole Miss golf team takes over Vaught-Hemingway Stadium for trick shot display
Rickie Fowler
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Rickie Fowler's reaction to his extra-long eagle putt was low-key, but his putt was worth shouting about.
 
After a 1-over 72 at the Shriners Hospitals Open on Thursday, Rickie Fowler teed off today with some serious ground to make up. It wasn't happening early in his round, though, and he made the turn in even-par 35.
 
He birdied Nos. 10 and 12, though, and was clearly revved up on the par-5 13th hole. After a good drive, his second shot found the green, but was almost 80 feet off to the left of the flag. The putting surface there is fairly flat,  but he had to traverse a ridge about 30 feet from the hole.
 
Fowler took a huge backswing – even the TV announcers commented on it – and gave his ball an extremely solid rap. The ball rolled, and rolled, and rolled – then banged off the back of the cup and dove into the hole. Had it not hit the cup, it likely would have rolled five feet past.
 
 
His reaction was pretty subdued,  but you know he had to be loving it. Just watch the video all the way to the end – his smile finally breaks through when he gets a fist bump from his playing partner, Ryder Cup Captain Davis Love III.
 
Fowler went on to birdie Nos. 15 and 18 and finished up with a 6-under 65 that, as I write this, has catapulted him 86 spots up the board with the final groups still finishing up.
 
Here you go:
 
 
Rickie Fowler jams in a 79-foot putt for eagle at Shriners Open
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