Nor does a double eagle exist.I'm with Lomb here. Plus, it's albatross or double eagle.
Turkey Vulture is like a left handed smoke shifter. It doesn't exist.
I’ve played and watched golf for about 35 years and never heard ‘turkey vulture’ or ‘double eagle’. Maybe I’m ignorant on it. It’s an albatross. If you hole out a par five off the tee, sure, you can have double eagle.Nor does a double eagle exist.
"It's an albatross," Padraig Harrington said, incredulous that anyone would dare call it anything else. "There's no such thing in life as a double eagle. Is there? Two eagles side by side are two eagles, not a double eagle. You don't refer to animals ... 'Oh, I just saw a double elephant over there.' There's no doubting what it is. It's an albatross."
Double Eagle is widely used in the United States, and has been at least since 1935, when Grantland Rice wrote of Gene Sarazen’s “Shot heard round the world” on the 15th at Augusta on Sunday:I’ve played and watched golf for about 35 years and never heard ‘turkey vulture’ or ‘double eagle’. Maybe I’m ignorant on it. It’s an albatross. If you hole out a par five off the tee, sure, you can have double eagle.
Saw Brandel’s posts on twitter and he confirmed it with a rules official too. Big miss by Tiger although I can understand why.Intereresting segment with Chamblee, Duval, and Nobilo on the 17th green all in agreement that Tiger had relief that would have permitted him to drop up by the green for his third shot. That likely would have saved him 3 shots.
I don't mind Azinger but he does talk too much. He'll learn.The nonchalant reaction of the announcers to the spectator after taking Rahm’s wedge in the chest was amusing.
BTW, I’m in complete agreement with the observation by Needler. Azinger is awful.