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WATCH Jamie Sadlowski as Grandpa Jamie: a 400-yard-drive-bombing 80-year-old

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Ever seen a geriatric pound a golf ball well over 300 yards? Well, that’s what Jamie Sadlowski, playing a much older version of Jamie Sadlowski, does in “Grandpa Jamie.”

I’m just going to head this one off right away: If you think Cleveland’s video is all concept and no execution, you’re wrong. Sadlowski is a helluva lot funnier in the Grandpa Jamie role than you might expect, and the video is really well done.

If you liked Skratch’s similar feature with long driver Troy Mullins, you’ll love Grandpa Jamie. Honestly, the central conceit–that he’s Jamie Sadlowski in disguise–is arguably the least funny part of the video; Sadlowski is simply great at playing the octogenarian version of himself and really embraces the character. Watch out Daniel Day-Lewis!

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  1. Husker

    Apr 18, 2018 at 12:13 pm

    Mike Austin reincarnate.

  2. acew/7iron

    Apr 17, 2018 at 8:37 am

    Great laugh this morning…I wish I could have been there

  3. Brent

    Apr 17, 2018 at 1:51 am

    “These mats are hard as Sh#!” ????????

  4. RoyR

    Apr 16, 2018 at 11:25 pm

    Golf is now fully degenerating into a game for clowns.

  5. Jack

    Apr 16, 2018 at 11:23 pm

    These are getting old quick.

  6. alanp

    Apr 16, 2018 at 9:03 pm

    that was great!

  7. Nathan

    Apr 16, 2018 at 8:25 pm

    Awesome! Jamie is great!!

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How much each player won at the 2021 KPMG Women’s PGA Championship

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Nelly Korda put on a clinic at the Women’s PGA Championship, scoring her first-ever major championship title along with the winner’s check for $675,000.

The hard-earned victory sees Korda become the new World Number One, after she was pushed all the way by Lizette Salas, whose solo runner-up finish sees the 31-year-old take home a check for $418,716.

With a total prize purse of $4.5 million up for grabs, here’s a look at how much each player won at the 2021 KPMG Women’s PGA Championship.

1: Nelly Korda, -19, $675,000

2: Lizette Salas, -16, $418,716

T-3: Hyo Joo Kim, -10 $269,361

T-3: Giulia Molinaro, -10 $269,361

T-5: Danielle Kang, -8 $171,934

T-5: Patty Tavatanakit, -8 $171,934

T-7: Austin Ernst, -7 $121,501

T-7: Celine Boutier, -7 $121,501

T-9: Amy Yang, -6 $93,608

T-9: Cydney Clanton, -6 $93,608

T-9: Xiyu Lin, -6 $93,608

T-12: Sei Young Kim, -5 $75,343

T-12: Wichanee Meechai, -5 $75,343

T-12: Dottie Ardina, -5 $75,343

T-15: Leona Maguire, -4 $58,839

T-15: Nanna Koerstz Madsen, -4 $58,839

T-15: Jessica Korda, -4 $58,839

T-15: Yealimi Noh, -4 $58,839

T-15: Esther Henseleit, -4 $58,839

T-15: Madelene Sagstrom, -4 $58,839

T-21: Yuka Saso, -3 $48,142

T-21: Georgia Hall, -3 $48,142

T-21: Brooke M. Henderson, -3 $48,142

T-21: Charley Hull, -3 $48,142

T-25: Yu Liu, -2 $42,985

T-25: Alena Sharp, -2 $42,985

T-27: Alison Lee, -1 $36,793

T-27: Moriya Jutanugarn, -1 $36,793

T-27: Dani Holmqvist, -1 $36,793

T-27: Megan Khang, -1 $36,793

T-27: Lindsey Weaver, -1 $36,793

T-27: In Gee Chun, -1 $36,793

T-33: Jeongeun Lee, E $28,229

T-33: Marina Alex, E $28,229

T-33: Mariah Stackhouse, E $28,229

T-33: So Yeon Ryu, E $28,229

T-33: Chella Choi, E $28,229

T-33: Gabriela Ruffels, E $28,229

T-33: Ryann O’Toole, E $28,229

T-40: Hinako Shibuno, +1 $21,587

T-40: Minjee Lee, +1 $21,587

T-40: Lauren Stephenson, +1 $21,587

T-40: Brittany Lang, +1 $21,587

T-40: Inbee Park, +1 $21,587

T-40: Gerina Piller, +1 $21,587

T-46: Perrine Delacour, +2 $17,116

T-46: Jin Young Ko, +2 $17,116

T-46: Michelle Wie West, +2 $17,116

T-46: Ariya Jutanugarn, +2 $17,116

T-46: Albane Valenzuela, +2 $17,116

T-46: Mina Harigae, +2 $17,116

T-52: Lydia Ko, +3 $14,442

T-52: Luna Sobron Galmes, +3 $14,442

T-52: Ally Ewing, +3 $14,442

T-52: Lexi Thompson, +3 $14,442

T-56: Caroline Masson, +4 $13,066

T-56: Janie Jackson, +4 $13,066

T-58: Angela Stanford, +5 $11,600

T-58: Jennifer Kupcho, +5 $11,600

T-58: Eun-Hee Ji, +5 $11,600

T-58: Jeongeun Lee6, +5 $11,600

T-58: Anna Nordqvist, +5 $11,600

63: Su Oh, +6 $10,775

T-64: Pajaree Anannarukarn, +8 $10,431

T-64 Dana Finkelstein, +8 $10,431

66: Annie Park, +9 $10,087

T-67: Lauren Kim, +10 $9,628

T-67: Christina Kim, +10 $9,628

T-67: Sarah Burnham, +10 $9,628

70: Paula Reto, +18 $9,171

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How much each player won at the 2021 Travelers Championship

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Harris English secured victory at TPC Highlands after one of the most dramatic playoffs in recent PGA Tour history, holding his nerve to sink Kramer Hickok and earn $1,332,000 in the process.

Hickok made many fans on his way to his runner-up finish at the Travelers, and his consolation for not winning is a check for $806,600.

With a total prize purse of $7.4 million up for grabs, here’s a look at how much each player won at the 2021 Travelers Championship.

1: Harris English, 267/-13, $1,332,000

P-2: Kramer Hickok, 267/-13, $806,600

3: Marc Leishman, 268/-12, $510,600

4: Abraham Ancer, 269/-11, $362,600

T-5: Brice Garnett, 270/-10, $253,820

T-5: Brian Harman, 270/-10, $253,820

T-5: Kevin Kisner, 270/-10, $253,820

T-5: Brooks Koepka, 270/-10, $253,820

T-5: Hank Lebioda, 270/-10, $253,820

T-10: Jason Day, 271/-9, $186,850

T-10: Beau Hossler, 271/-9, $186,850

T-10: Sepp Straka, 271/-9, $186,850

T-13: Guido Migliozzi, 272/-8, $132,583.34

T-13: Andrew Putnam, 272/-8, $132,583.34

T-13: Sam Burns, 272/-8, $132,583.33

T-13: Patrick Cantlay, 272/-8, $132,583.33

T-13: Mark Hubbard, 272/-8, $132,583.33

T-13: Adam Scott, 272/-8, $132,583.33

T-19: Bryson DeChambeau, 273/-7, $87,690

T-19: Russell Henley, 273/-7, $87,690

T-19: Lucas Herbert, 273/-7, $87,690

T-19: Seamus Power, 273/-7, $87,690

T-19: Robert Streb, 273/-7, $87,690

T-19: Bubba Watson, 273/-7, $87,690

T-25: Jim Herman, 274/-6, $58,090

T-25: Dustin Johnson, 274/-6, $58,090

T-25: Zach Johnson, 274/-6, $58,090

T-25: Chez Reavie, 274/-6, $58,090

T-25: Patrick Reed, 274/-6, $58,090

T-30: Stewart Cink, 275/-5, $45,325

T-30: Charley Hoffman, 275/-5, $45,325

T-30: Maverick McNealy, 275/-5, $45,325

T-30: Cameron Smith, 275/-5, $45,325

T-30: Brian Stuard, 275/-5, $45,325

T-30: Brendon Todd, 275/-5, $45,325

T-36: Jonas Blixt, 276/-4, $30,743.64

T-36: Paul Casey, 276/-4, $30,743.64

T-36: Kevin Chappell, 276/-4, $30,743.64

T-36: Talor Gooch, 276/-4, $30,743.64

T-36: J.B. Holmes, 276/-4, $30,743.64

T-36: Joaquin Niemann, 276/-4, $30,743.64

T-36: Justin Rose, 276/-4, $30,743.64

T-36: Matt Jones, 276/-4, $30,743.63

T-36: Satoshi Kodaira, 276/-4, $30,743.63

T-36: Troy Merritt, 276/-4, $30,743.63

T-36: Ian Poulter, 276/-4, $30,743.63

T-47: Austin Eckroat, 277/-3, $19,377.43

T-47: Tom Lewis, 277/-3, $19,377.43

T-47: Carlos Ortiz, 277/-3, $19,377.43

T-47: Scottie Scheffler, 277/-3, $19,377.43

T-47: J.J. Spaun, 277/-3, $19,377.43

T-47: Harold Varner III, 277/-3, $19,377.43

T-47: Kevin Na, 277/-3, $19,377.42

T-54: Tyler Duncan, 278/-2, $17,094

T-54: Doug Ghim, 278/-2, $17,094

T-54: Peter Malnati, 278/-2, $17,094

T-54: Ryan Moore, 278/-2, $17,094

T-54: Cameron Percy, 278/-2, $17,094

T-54: Sam Ryder, 278/-2, $17,094

T-54: Kyle Stanley, 278/-2, $17,094

T-61: Ryan Armour, 279/-1, $16,206

T-61: Phil Mickelson, 279/-1, $16,206

T-61: Henrik Norlander, 279/-1, $16,206

T-61: Doc Redman, 279/-1, $16,206

T-61: Andrew Svoboda, 279/-1, $16,206

T-66: Tom Hoge, 280/E, $15,540

T-66: Robby Shelton, 280/E, $15,540

T-66: Kevin Tway, 280/E, $15,540

T-66: Aaron Wise, 280/E, $15,540

T-70: Lanto Griffin, 281/+1, $15,022

T-70: William McGirt, 281/+1, $15,022

T-70: Kris Ventura, 281/+1, $15,022

T-73: David Hearn, 282/+2, $14,578

T-73: K.H. Lee, 282/+2, $14,578

T-73: Denny McCarthy, 282/+2, $14,578

T-76: Mackenzie Hughes, 283/+3, $14,134

T-76: Nate Lashley, 283/+3, $14,134

T-76: Patrick Rodgers, 283/+3, $14,134

79: Will Gordon, 289/+9, $13,838

 

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Whoop provides key data behind Korda sisters’ impressive year

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The Korda sisters are enjoying a fantastic 2021, with Jessica Korda winning back in January, while sister Nelly notched her second victory of the year at last week’s Meijer Classic.

Both sisters have begun well at this week’s LPGA Championship too as they go in search of their first major win, with Jessica currently 3-under while Nelly sits at 2-under.

Courtesy of Whoop, we’re able to look at critical data, including heart rate, HRV, sleep and recovery data from their biggest moments of 2021.

Per Whoop’s data, for Nelly’s first win in February, the 22-year-old’s recovery increased each day as the tournament progressed, from just 30% on Day 1 to 64% on Day 2, then to 75% and 77% on Days 3 and 4. 

Nelly’s heart rate variability also saw a similar pattern, improving day by day during the tournament.

For Jessica’s second-place finish in LA earlier this year, the 28-year-old slept for over 10 hours the night before the tournament began, with 31% of that in REM (deep sleep; 20-25% is average). She spent the next night in 31% of REM, shooting -7 and -6 on those first two days of the tournament.

For Nelly’s latest win at the Meijer Classic, she slept for 9 hours and 51 minutes the night before. Her Whoop recovery (a measure of how prepared the body is to perform each day) was 94%, and she’d also gotten almost 3 hours of REM sleep.

“I really focused on prioritizing my rest heading into this tournament. Whoop tells me how much sleep I need based on everything I do throughout the day and I listen to that closely to make sure I’m at peak performance for competition. I woke up seeing high recovery scores and feeling great, which helped give me more confidence that I could play my best.” – Nelly Korda

Interestingly, the Whoop data from both shows how much of an impact traveling can have on today’s players. Both sisters played in Anaheim, CA on April 1-4; however, Nelly competed on the west coast in Carlsbad, CA a week earlier, while Jessica traveled cross-country for the event.

On Day 2 of the tournament, Nelly’s recovery was green at 73%, but Jessicas was just 46%. Jessica finished the event T36 with a recovery of 86% on Saturday but was one-over through the first two days when her recovery was low, while Nelly finished the tournament third.

For more insights, check out Whoop.com here.

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