Terrible Idea of the Day: John Daly Hits a Golf Ball Teed Up in a Woman's Mouth

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John Daly was at the Masters last week. While he was there, he teed off from a woman's mouth.

Epic Win of the Day: Paula Creamer Sinks a 75-foot Eagle to Win the HSBC Women's Championship

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Paula Creamer wins the HSBC Women's Championship in Singapore with an unbelievable putt in the playoff against Azahara Muñoz.

New-School Sport of the Day: FootGolf is a Thing We Need to See More of in the Future

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New-School Sport of the Day: FootGolf is a Thing We Need to See More of in the Future
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FootGolf is an officially recognized sport in the Netherlands, but the rest of the world still has room to catch up. The rules are simple: No cleats, wear a polo, and kick that ball towards the goal in one motion.

And now for an educational video:

Augusta Fixes of the Day

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Golfers at the Masters this weekend face an Augusta National that has undergone quite the upgrade since its opening in 1934. The legendary course has adapted for advances in equipment technology -- including titanium and graphite clubs that allow even the worst golfers more distance off the tee -- with faster greens and increased hazards, particularly bunkers.

But the most widespread, and controversial, changes occurred from 1999-2006, when Augusta was "Tiger-proofed": tee shot landing areas were narrowed and a second cut of grass was added.

Bill Younker has detailed the redesign in this painstaking graphic, which can be had as a poster for $35.

[gizmodo]