Thursday, December 31, 2015

The 2015 PGA Tour Season in Review - Best of the Best (Part 2 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.

Quiet Please
Valiant effort by this U.S. Open marshal to silence the passing train. 




The Truth Is Out There
Spieth collected his second major championship with more extraterrestrial putting at the U.S. Open. 




Hello Old Friend
We all got a little choked up when it appeared Tiger might win the Greenbrier Classic.




No Putter, No Problem
In the final round of the Greenbrier Classic, Robert Streb made more putts with his sand wedge than he did with his putter.




U Can't Touch This
Zach Johnson looked pretty fly after an air canon went off at the John Deere Classic.




It's Not Even Fair
Even when Spieth was off, he was on, winning the John Deere Classic.




To All The Girls I've Loved Before
Sergio Garcia didn't win The Open Championship, but he did find a few diamonds in the rough.




Ain't Nobody Got Time For That
John Daly didn't wait for The Open Championship rules official to determine who hits first. 




One Of A Kind
Phil left a souvenir for someone in an unusual place at the Old Course. 




Hulk Mad
Early on Dustin Johnson overpowered the field at St. Andrews with brute strength. 




The Inches We Need Are All Around Us
Spieth came this close to winning The Open Championship.




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

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