|Glover says he "might not play again this year"|
|Assoc. Editor - Saturday, June 14, 2014 9:45 AM-||
Former Clemson standout and 2009 US Open Champion Lucas Glover said that he is not sure he will play the rest of the year according to an interview on Friday with WYFF's Brad Fralick.
Glover missed the cut at this year's US Open after shooting a +8 (tied for 101st place) after two rounds. He experimented with a new graphite-shafted, Bridgestone True Balance TD-03 putter.
For his career, he has earned an estimated $15,722,797.
Check out a super slow-mo of his nifty golf swing.
Just for fun, here is some pics of his famous ever-evolving beard.
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