Jimmy Walker Nails A Birdie
By Torleif Sorenson on 5/28/14
During the second round of the Crowne Plaza Invitational at Colonial in Fort Worth last week, one of Jimmy Walker's tee-shots was deflected by a bird in-flight, into the rough. The bird did not appear to be seriously injured by the ball. Walker still made the cut, finishing the Colonial T-10.
This, of course, is not what we mean by "making birdies."
Those of you who are baseball fans will probably remember when Randy Johnson, then of the Seattle Mariners, threw a pitch that un-made a birdie:
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This would only be interesting if someone on this site had NOT nailed a birdie at some point in their playing career.
I myself while playing a local municipal course teed off and a duck flew into the trajectory of my ball, the duck did die
Matt F says:
I nailed a birdie last nig...never mind.
7 rounds this year & 0 birdies - BUT I DO HAVE AN EAGLE!
Also, the first thing I thought of was the Randy Johnson video... then I scrolled down & there it was.
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