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If he doesn’t choke, and if he does continue his success over the first 54 holes at Royal Liverpool Golf Club, Rory McIlroy could potentially make history on Sunday.
The last time we checked in with Irish golfer Rory McIlroy, he was tweeting United Airlines to get his golf clubs back. Apparently the ones they gave him were made out of flubber (what, am I the only one that gets this reference?). Today at the Scottish Open he hit the ball a Happy Gilmore-ian 436 yards off the tee at the 13th hole (sure, you got that one).
How good is it to be Rory McIlroy? You’re 25 years old and have already won two of the four PGA majors. Two Olympic teams are fighting over you. You were engaged to a hot Danish professional tennis player and then called it off because you didn’t like the wedding invitations (a font issue, I presume).
But apparently you can live without the fiancée, but not your golf clubs.
The best female golfers in the world will descend upon North Carolina this weekend to play in the 2014 U.S. Women’s Open from Pinehurst starting Thursday. Here’s where you can watch it — both online and on television.
Steve Coburn got us thinking: What are the most cowardly aspects of modern sports? Is it the designated hitter? The mid-range jumper? How about pads in general? The full list, after the jump.