Thursday, December 31, 2015

The 2015 PGA Tour Season in Review - Best of the Best (Part 1 of 3)

The 2015 PGA Tour season had it all didn't it?  Drama.  Disappointment.  Domination.  And even a little bit of comedy for good measure.  Weekly narratives almost wrote themselves. 

So let's look back at some of the unforgettable moments of this past year.  Whatever your favorite moments were, I think we'd all agree that 2015 was one of the best, and certainly one of the most entertaining seasons in Tour history.

The Poulter Salute
This guy at The Honda Classic wasn't bashful about showing his mild contempt for Ian Poulter. 

Rinse It Rory
After Rory McIlroy hooked his approach into the lake at the WGC-Cadillac Championship, he decided his 3-iron needed a swim. 

High Compression Karma
At the Arnold Palmer Invitational, Brandt Snedeker showed it's sometimes better to be lucky than good. 

Lefty Needs Some Krazy Glue
Phil Mickelson gave new meaning to losing your head at the Valero Texas Open. 

Operation Game
As Tiger Woods showed at The Masters, when your bone pops out of place, you just have to pop it back in.  Carefully.

Crossing Jordan
Jordan Spieth went wire-to-wire to win The Masters in dominating fashion.

I'll Knock Your Block Off
WGC-Cadillac Match Play nearly turned into Rock 'em Sock 'em Golfbots when Miguel Angel Jimenez and Keegan Bradley went nose-to-nose.

Shake It Off
Tiger's glute activation game was strong at THE PLAYERS Championship.

No Pressure, No Diamonds
Rickie Fowler put whispers of being underrated to bed with the most clutch performance of his career at THE PLAYERS Championship.

If You Love Her, Don't Let Go
Tiger's club looked like it got sucked up by a twister at the U.S. Open.

Dangerous Curves Ahead
Billy Horschel showed off his keen road sign knowledge on the controversial greens at the U.S. Open.

READ MORE: The 2015 PGA Tour Season in Review - Best of the Best (Part 2 of 3)

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