Kudos to Tiger Woods for standing his ground and fielding that aggressively condescending tone with some stern professionalism. Tiger didn't seem fazed one bit.
It's that time again sports fans! Time to turn off the tube and check out some of the highlights from the past week you might have missed. What can you do, you can't follow all the leagues and all the action, you need to focus. So luckily you have the highlights right in front of your eyes so you won't have to. But if you want even more gif highlights from across sports, don't touch that remote.
If you spot a python on the golf course, you should probably go to the next hole. Too bad no one told this wallaby that there's a snake in the grass.
According to Yahoo, a 13-foot python was spotted on a golf course wrestling a wallaby on the 17th hole of the Paradise Palms course in Queensland, Australia on Saturday. The days of the golf clap are over. Now is the time of the golf hisssssss.
"It had (the wallaby) in a vice-like grip and it was swallowing it," said Robert Willemse, golfer and witness, who later heard that the python finished the job.
Willemse went on to say that while wildlife is common in the area, giant snakes were not.
"It looked like it might have dropped out of a tree, got a hold of (the wallaby), then there was a bit of a struggle and it rolled into the middle of the fairway."
Is no place safe from these monstrous snakes?
It took 19 years, but the most epic golf selfie ever has finally happened.
Actor Christopher McDonald, know for his role as golf pro Shooter McGavin in Happy Gilmore, posed for a selfie today with real-life golf pro Tiger Woods.
The duo were both watching some tennis at the U.S. Open when McDonald saw the perfect opportunity for this amazing picture.
Hole in one for McGavin! Pew, pew, pew!
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.