Dustin Writes Masters History By Making 3 Eagles

Great news for Dustin Johnson’s fans- the great golfer who seems to be on a staggering phase now has written Masters history by making 3 eagles for the first time ever in Masters. The record was created during a 2nd round 67 of the recently concluded Augusta National.

Dustin, a much-admired long hitter eagled the 2nd, 8th & 15th holes. The golfer even birdied the thirteenth to play 4 par-five holes in seven-under par.

None of the golfers ever has been able to make over 2 eagles in one round. This year marks the 79th season of Masters.

Dustin Johnson is a professional golfer from USA

Dustin Johnson is a professional golfer from the United States of America who is currently a member of the US PGA Tour.

He has been credited for being one of the longest drivers on Tour, where he had the third highest distance statistics for three years in a row between 2009 and 2011 and has also ranked inside the top five in each of his last five seasons on the course. He has been a regular feature in the top five of the Official Golf World Rankings and reached a career high position of fourth in 2011.

Dustin Johnson - Professional Golfer from USA

Dustin Johnson is a professional golfer from the United States of America, currently a member of the prestigious US PGA Tour.

One of the longest drivers on Tour, Johnson is also the first professional golfer since Tiger Woods to win a title every year for the first seven years since coming out of collegiate golf.

Davies and O’Meara Makes It To The Golf Hall of Fame

Laura Davies and Mark O’Meara are two among four players chosen to be inducted into Golf Hall of Fame, Class of 2015. The other two players are David Graham and A.W. Tillinghast.

For the first time, a committee of sixteen, made up mostly of Golf Administrators chose the players to be inducted unlike the previous years when independent Golf writers made the choices. In order to be selected, one would have to get approval from 12 members at least.

Phil Mickelson is a liar, says Chamblee

With Tiger Woods set to be out of action at least till December, Brandel Chamblee has found a new object of scorn in his path in the form of Phil Mickelson, with the analyst for the Golf Channel claiming that the veteran Ryder Cup star should start owning up more about the string of defeats that the United States has suffered in the event in recent years.