Day-led in, donkeys & folding chairs


Now that’s a Texas-sized putt! Patrick Reed with the 64-footer! Players had to get it done on the greens today, because it was quite the windy day out here on Thursday at the AT&T Byron Nelson. The early tee times, like co-leaders James Hahn & Ricky Barnes, produced the low
scores. But get ready, because it was an adventure
for everyone. That’s right, make sure and limber up Brooks Koepka…. Because you never know where you are going to end up… From under a folding chair to almost in the
hole… How about one that does go in? Not all birdies are that easy though… J Day from off the cart path with his up-and-down
on 11. Just before that, the Aussie drained one for
eagle on 7… Impressive stuff from the former AT&T Byron Nelson champ, considering he played in the tougher afternoon
conditions where nothing seemed to go their way, no matter how dialed in they were. This just isn’t fair… But we all know golf isn’t fair. Right donkey, I mean Matty… Sometimes the game really bites… But then it keeps you coming back after walk-in putts like this… Dallas-native Jordan Spieth was feeling right
at home, so much so, he decided to test a new putter. We start things off early again on Friday at 8am ET here at the Byron Nelson and on PGA TOUR LIVE. I’ll see you there and for The Takeaway Friday


4 Responses

  1. James Lang

    May 19, 2017 1:59 pm

    I love these videos. I think you are doing an awesome job Teryn!

    For 5 years we did videos like this at racing events for Patron Tequila. It was fun to travel and see the country. We had to create 7-12 media packages per event, so I know how hard this can get. Keep up the good work.


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