I thought this was pretty cool. Hovland is the most promising Norwegian player in a long time and qualified for the PGA Tour along with another Norwegian (Kristoffer Ventura) this year.
After a final-round 64 on Sunday at Greenbrier, Hovland has now played 17 straight rounds on the PGA tour with rounds in the 60s. That ties Bob Estes' record from 1983.
64, 69, 66, 69, 65, 69, 69, 68, 64, 66, 66, 64, 65, 68, 68, 68, 64.
He had a couple of rounds in the 70s in the KFT playoffs between those rounds, but that's not the PGA tour.
Hovland ties TOUR record on Sunday at The Greenbrier
WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS, W. Va. – Sunday was a good day for golfers from Norway.
Great tournament at a great course. I think despite the odd bit of dodgy putting both teams should be proud of how they played in some tricky conditions.
I think if you're going to win then a last gasp effort is probably the most satisfying way to do it and the flip side is that if you lose on the last hole then im sure thats easier to accept than losing by a country mile
Well done Europe and well played USA.
I really think womens golf deserves much more coverage than it does at present. Maybe time for a change?
Tiger's apparently playing in the Presidents Cup:
Tiger signs as 'Playing Captain' in Prez Cup blog
U.S. Presidents Cup captain Tiger Woods may have declared himself a captain's pick for the matches at Royal Melbourne.
It's really weird, Thursday night I said to myself that I hadn't heard Walk On Water in ages. That led to a late night binge of all of my favorite EM songs.
And Today, Ric Ocasek from The Cars. If Willie Nelson dies, we riot.