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OFFBEAT: Teen Charged In Florida Course Vandalism View More
Police made an arrest after a vandal inflicted $20,000 worth of damage to a Florida golf course. (Photo: Scripps Media)

OFFBEAT: Teen Charged In Florida Course Vandalism

A teenager was arrested in the wee hours of Sunday morning and charged with criminal mischief after allegedly driving his car onto a Florida golf course, an ABC-TV affiliate in Tampa reported. Deputies told WFTS-TV that Luca Canalungo, 18, caused at least $20,000 worth of damage to East Lake Woodlands…

WATCH: Nantz Riffs On Self Playing Backyard Hole View More
CBS broadcaster Jim Nantz hitting shots in his backyard at his Pebble Beach house. (via Twitter)

WATCH: Nantz Riffs On Self Playing Backyard Hole

CBS broadcaster Jim Nantz, whose voice has become synonymous with the Masters, had a little fun with the crew of The Dan Patrick Show at his Pebble Beach home this week. Check out this video one of the show’s bloggers tweeted, showing Nantz calling his own shot while playing his…

WATCH: Pro Putts Into The Water In Phoenix View More
An eagle putt went terribly wrong for Ollie Schniederjans.

WATCH: Pro Putts Into The Water In Phoenix

PGA Tour pros usually wow us with their prowess. But occasionally they do something to reassure us hackers that we’re not alone. Take Ollie Schniederjans’ eagle putt on the 17th hole during Thursday’s first round of the Waste Management Phoenix Open. Hey, it can happen to anyone.#QuickHits pic.twitter.com/x4lL04oBFx — PGA…

WATCH: Rahm’s Radical Ricochet View More
Jon Rahm's ball strikes Xander Schauffele's ball on the green. Watch the video below.

WATCH: Rahm’s Radical Ricochet

It’s fair to say Jon Rahm has beaten the odds in his journey from the Basque Country of Spain to the golf world’s heights. But odds are he couldn’t duplicate this approach on the second hole at TPC Scottsdale during Thursday’s first round of the Waste Management Phoenix Open. Rahm’s…

PHOTOS: Leonard Looks to Sell Aspen Home For Huge Profit View More
Justin Leonard bought this Aspen home for $9 million less than three years ago. He's asking $15.9 million for it now.

PHOTOS: Leonard Looks to Sell Aspen Home For Huge Profit

Maybe Justin Leonard has found a second career flipping houses. If he gets his full asking price, the 12-time PGA Tour winner stands to gain nearly $7 million on the resale of a house he bought less than three years ago. In the fall of 2015, Leonard and his wife…