Brian Harman
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Brian Harman blasted his 3-wood 299 yards to within four feet of the hole at the par-4 15th during the final round of the Travelers Championship at TPC River Highlands in the final round on Sunday.

The par-4 15th hole at TPC River Highlands is one of the most exciting on the PGA Tour. Playing at just 299 yards for the final round of the Travelers Championship today, virtually every player in the field can give it a go from the tee.

That's exactly what Brian Harman did.

And was it ever a good shot. The man who recently won in dramatic fashion by holing a 30-footer on the final hole to win the Wells Fargo Championship in Wilmington, N.C. and followed it up with a T2 at Erin Hills in the U.S. Open last week, blasted his drive to within 4 feet of the hole with a 3-wood.

Check it out:

Harman would eagle the hole.

It was one highlight in an otherwise forgettable final round for Harman. 

Brian Harman hits tee shot to within 4 feet on par 4 at Travelers Championship
June 25, 2017 - 1:10pm
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T.J. Auclair
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clubhouse fire
The final round of the Foxconn Czech Ladies Challenge was canceled on Saturday after a fire broke out at the host course's clubhouse.

A bizarre scene played out at Casa Serena Golf Club in the Czech Republic when the final round of an LET Access Series (similar to the Symetra Tour, stateside) event was going on.

A fire raged at the course's clubhouse in the club storage area. Thankfully, no one was hurt in the fire.

As a result of the fire, the final round was canceled. The players who were tied for the lead went into a playoff and Lucie Andre was declared the winner of the Foxconn Czech Ladies Challenge.

Here are some tweets from the scene:





Clubhouse catches fire, final day of LET Access Series event canceled
June 25, 2017 - 11:57am
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T.J. Auclair
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Golf Club of Houston
Golf Club of Houston
The Golf Club of Houston had its greens vandalized for the third time in two years this weekend. This time, however, there's a photo of the vandals that will hopefully lead to some tips.

For the third time in three years, greens at the Golf Club of Houston -- site of the PGA Tour's Houston Open -- were torn up by vandals riding a four-wheeler.

Check out the damage that was discovered on Saturday morning:

What's wrong with people?

Here's to hoping that the photo of the vandals and their four-wheeler will lead to a tip that helps the police track them down.  

Vandals destroy green at Golf Club of Houston... again