December 14, 2015 - 9:59am
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Cheyenne Woods
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In Africa for some charity work, Cheyenne Woods took time on Monday to take a walk... with a cheetah.

Cheyenne Woods -- LPGA player and niece of Tiger Woods -- is in Africa right now fundraising for "Golf Fore Africa" (founded in early 2007 by LPGA Hall of Fame Golfer Betsy King).

On Monday morning, Woods took a break for a very cool/terrifying experience -- walking a cheetah:

 

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Morning stroll with Susan today..

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I guess when your uncle's name is "Tiger" walking a cheetah is no big deal.

Cheyenne Woods walks cheetah
December 14, 2015 - 9:44am
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Tucker Wadkins, Lanny Wadkins
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In case you may have missed it, there was a thrilling finish to the 2015 PNC Father/Son challenge on Sunday, when Tucker Wadkins nailed a 40-foot eagle putt on the first hole of a playoff to seal the win for he and father Lanny.

The 2015 PNC Father/Son Challenge was played over the weekend and went into a four-team, sudden-death playoff at the Ritz-Carlton Golf Club in Orlando.

Well, the playoff didn't last long, because Tucker Wadkins -- son of Lanny -- nailed this 40-foot eagle bomb on the par-5 18th (the first hole of the playoff), that would prove to be the tournament winner:

 

How about that reaction from dad? 

Son of Wadkins holes long winning eagle
December 14, 2015 - 9:21am
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Bubba Watson
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Check out this hole-in-one from 194 yards out by Bubba Watson in the final round of the Thailand Golf Championship.

Playing in the Thailand Golf Championship one week after a dominating victory in the Hero World Challenge, Bubba Watson proved -- once again -- that his game travels well with this ace from 194 yards on Sunday:

 

Watson scores an ace in Thailand
December 14, 2015 - 8:19am
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Jordan Spieth
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Playing in a pro-am on Sunday in Vero Beach, Fla., world No. 1 Jordan Spieth delighted the gathered crowds with a 'Happy Gilmore' like crack off the first tee.

At the conclusion of the Hero World Challenge in the Bahamas, Jordan Spieth treated himself to a little vacation that involved golf -- at a place called Augusta National. Maybe you've heard of it.

Before heading home to Texas after that trip, the world No. 1, Masters and U.S. Open champ, made a stop in Vero Beach, Fla., on Sunday to play in the 70-year-old Grapefruit Pro-Am, with his friend, country music star Jake Owen.

The event was nice and laid back, as you'll see in this video of Spieth on the first tee. Check out the grin he gives the camera before delighting the spectators with his best Happy Gilmore impersonation:

 

Owen has previously played with Spieth in the AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am.

Spieth goes 'Happy Gilmore' in pro-am
December 13, 2015 - 1:43pm
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Cameron Tringale's ace attempt
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Cameron Tringale's 4-iron tee shot from 203 yards away, burned the edge of the cup on Friday at the Franklin Templeton Shootout.
 
Cameron Tringale and Camilo Villegas might not make for the most prominent pairing at the Franklin Templeton Shootout this week, but Tringale hit the shot of the tournament so far on Friday afternoon.
 
On the teebox at the 203-yard par-3 hole at Tiburon Golf Club, Tringale pulled out a 4-iron and lofted a gorgeous shot onto the front of the large green. The ball bounced twice on the soft green and tracked up over a ridge and down right toward the hole, eventually just skimming by the left edge.
 
 
Oh, so close! At the speed it was rolling, it definitely would have fallen in had it hit the pin. It ended up a couple feet past, and Villegas knocked in the birdie putt as the teams played modified alternate shot today. 
 
Tringale and Villegas were 3-under on the day, and sit at 15-under through two of the event's three rounds. Daniel Berger and Charley Hoffman own the lead at 20-under.
 
Here's Tringale's near miss:
 
 
Cameron Tringale misses ace by inch at Franklin Templeton Shootout