Louis Oosthuizen withdrew from the Byron Nelson Championship before the final round Sunday because of a neck issue.
The 2010 British Open champion was at 3-under 207 and tied for 32nd place after shooting even-par 70 in the third round.
Oosthuizen entered the Nelson with the No. 7 world ranking, the highest-ranked player in the field. He had missed the cut in his only other Nelson...
This is one of those things that you just have to see to believe. Even after I saw it I wasn't a 100 percent sure I believed it. It is pretty much the tale of the never ending golf shot; or at least it seemed like it was never going to end.
It isn't a Happy Gillmore-esque type shot, but Louis Oosthuizen does get a bit of assistance in knocking this drive a good 500 or...
Louis Oosthuizen hit a 500-yard drive on a 583 yard par 5 first hole at the Ballantine’s Championship in South Korea on Friday. Oosthuizen’s ball rolled along the cart path for approximately two minutes (time it, if you want) before coming to rest about 83 yards from the hole.
My favorite part of the video are the people at the 1:20 mark who are clueless as to what’s...
Louis Oosthuizen hammers a golf ball 500 yards at the Ballentine's Championship tournament in South Korea.
Louis Oosthuizen hit a monstrous 500 yard drive during the second round of the Ballantine’s Championship in Korea, but he also had a little help. Check out how Louis used a cart path to his advantage and turned what could have been a bad situation to a pretty great opportunity. The ball spent over a full minute and a half rolling along the cart path. [Golf Blogger] Article found...
Louis Oosthuizen already averages more than 300 yards per drive on the European Tour this season, but not usually in the manner he did in the Ballantine's Championship.
Oosthuizen's tee-shot on the 583-yard first hole at Blackstone Golf Club was pushed right of the fairway and bounced onto a winding cart path running down the side of the hole. It then rolled downhill for...
Tweet At any given golf tournament, people are going to ooh and ah when a golfer hits a drive around 350 yards. That means he’s absolutely killing the ball off of the tee. A 350-yard drive doesn’t compare to what Louis Oosthuizen unleashed on Friday during the second round of the Ballantine’s Championship in Korea [...]
Despite the threat of war on the Korean peninsula, the Ballantine's Championship will go ahead as planned.
Some Americans pulled out of the European and Asian Tours event in Seoul because of the situation, but 2010 British Open champion Louis Oosthuizen decided to make the trip.
''I definitely had second thoughts about coming here as Zach (Johnson), Dustin (Johnson...
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April 24, 2013
Louis Oosthuizen's albatross at the Masters last April has earned him the European Tour's Shot of the Year award.
The tour says in a statement Monday that Oosthuizen's shot received 46 percent of the voting by golf fans on its website.
The South African has received much acclaim for the shot, a 253-yard 4-iron, which pitched at the front of the green before rolling...
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January 14, 2013
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Masters Sunday is always one of the highlights of the sporting year. Traditionally, the back nine on Sunday has been revered as one of the most dramatic theatres in sport. In the 2012 version, the drama started early. 2010 British Open champion Louis Oosthuizen made the first double eagle ever scored on the second hole to take the lead by two at 10 under par. It's one of the...