• Bear down, Chicago fans - Jay Cutler is coming to town! (Bye, Kyle.)
There’s no looking back on not wanting to be traded, Jay.
• UFC president Dana White sure knows how to deal with the press.
• San Francisco’s daily newspaper makes big cuts in its sports staff.
• Gary Carter just wants to be back in the Mets family again.
• This is some kind of Utah Jazz fan - if we only knew what kind.
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Golf isn’t the type of sport that suffers exaggerators lightly; its near-clinical obsession with rules and precision leaves little to the whimsical machinations of a wandering mind. There is but one “longest par 4 everrr,” and it’s not that uphill 466-yarder at your local open course. So when DEVIL BALL GOLF declares a hole “quite simply the most amazing golf hole on the planet” (in the article’s headline, no less), well, we pay attention.
(Bonus awesomesauce: the greenery making Madagascar)
That’s the green of the “19th hole” at the Legends Golf & Safari Resort in South Africa. Sure, a green in the shape of a continent is pretty cool, but it’s hardly amazing. Oh, but did we mention it’s over 1/4 of a mile (1,410 feet) below the tee? And that you need a helicopter to get to the tee and back? Because that’s a pretty important detail.
DBG found footage at ONE EYED GOLFER of Padraig Harrington and Raphael Jacquelin playing the hole (and it’s dated February 23, so there’s no April Foolery going on here), which is below the jump. We’ll just say this: Padraig, you are the man.