June 17th, 1994: A Day to Remember in Sports History

Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Email Reddit WhatsApp Today marks the 24th anniversary what was perhaps the wildest day in sports history. Many of the most memorable moments in athletics all happened to place on the same day: June 17, 1994. Perhaps you remember the 17th as the day your eyes were fixed on your television as OJ Simpson attempted to evade police in a low-speed chase in his White Ford Bronco. Or maybe as the last time golf legend Arnold Palmer would compete in the U.S. Open. Not ringing a bell?…

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Spieth Steamrolls Last Five Holes to Win British Open

Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Email Reddit WhatsAppJordan Spieth dominated the first three rounds of the 146th British Open and then proceeded to bogey three of the first four holes today allowing co-leader Matt Kuchar and Haotong Li to creep back in to contention. The drama reached its peak when Spieth seemed ready to fall apart on the thirteenth hole after slicing shot so badly to the right he had to take a penalty stroke. After roughly half an hour of finagling and an apology to Kuchar, Spieth managed to save bogey…

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