Austin Snedeker
Brandt Snedeker via Twitter
At age 3, Austin Snedeker already looks like a future long drive champion.
Brandt Snedeker and his family are out at Kapalua this week for the Hyundai Tournament of Champions, and his son Austin just couldn't wait to kick off 2016 with a few cuts himself.
Austin, 3, is a lefty, and as you can see in the short video below, he's already got a full swing and some serious power off the tee. We especially like how he holds his finish.
Austin's dad qualified for the Tournament of Champions by virtue of his victory at the AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am in February, and won the Franklin Templeton Shootout with partner Jason Dufner less than a month ago. Judging by that swing, Austin just might collect some trophies of his own down the road. 
Here's his swing. Check it out:
Brandt Snedeker's son hits the heck out of the golf ball
January 5, 2016 - 11:21am
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Laser beam
Laser Time
What happens when a laser beam meets a golf ball? Nothing good.

What happens when you point a laser beam at a golf ball?

Lucky for us, someone with a YouTube account (Laser Time) pondered that same question and brings us this:


Laser beam melts golf ball
January 4, 2016 - 8:43pm
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Brooks Koepka is the newest Nike Tour staff member, along with Tony Finau.

Tiger Woods and Rory McIlroy have some company at the company.

On Monday, Nike Golf announced its latest additions to the Nike Tour staff, including Brooks Koepka and Tony Finau.







Here's what Koepka had to say, according to the Nike news release:

“Nike is an iconic brand,” Koepka says. “All these great, legendary athletes, such as Kobe Bryant, seem to be with Nike. I’m lucky enough to represent the best company in the world. I’m excited with what Nike will do in the future for the game of golf [and] I know that this partnership will help me achieve my personal goals.”

And from Finau:

“The best athletes in the world play for Nike and I'm glad to add my name to that list,” Finau affirms. “I look forward to striving for greatness as a lot of Nike athletes have. I know innovation is a big part of Nike and changing the mold, changing the game — that's what drew me to the Swoosh.” 


Nike Golf inks Brooks Koepka, Tony Finau to equipment deals
Shane Lowry's shot at the WGC Bridgestone Classic was named the European Tour's 2015 Shot of the Year.

Remember the miraculous shot Shane Lowry hit through the trees on the 18th hole at the WGC Bridgestone Classic that landed on the green?

Fans of the European Tour certainly did, as they selected that as the 2015 Shot of the Year.

In case your memory needs refreshing, here it is again:



Haven't we all wanted to hit one just like that, just to say we did it? And how many times have we tried it, only to be disappointed. "Ninety percent air," my foot.


Lowry earns European Tour's 2015 Shot of the Year