Here are 3 golfy things to watch on YouTube this weekend

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Watch the process for the worst golf course ever built on The Golf Club.

With another weekend of staying home on the horizon, people are surely looking for ways to entertain themselves. Luckily, has a bevy of options. You could create your own golf setup at home and join the #playingthrough challenge. Or you can do one of our many at-home workouts that’ll benefit you once you get back on the links.

If you’re looking for a less active option to keep you occupied, we’ve got you covered there, too. Here are three golfy things you can watch this weekend.

2016 Open Official Film

This was one of the most entertaining majors in recent memory. Henrik Stenson and Phil Mickelson battled in what will go down as one of the great final-round duels of all time. With the rest of the field out of the picture, Stenson and Mickelson traded haymakers on the final day, culminating in Stenson winning his first major championship.

Stenson set a number of records with his performance, including the scoring records for all majors and the Open Championship. His final round 63 was two better than Mickelson, who tied the previous Open scoring record.

Relive the Duel at Royal Troon with this epic film on YouTube.

2019 Masters Final Round

After Tiger’s historic comeback win was aired during the original Master’s broadcast window two weeks ago, the Masters uploaded the entirety of the final round to YouTube. The Masters is great about uploading old final round broadcasts, but they held onto this one until a year had passed.

So if you want to get more of your Masters fix this weekend, there is no better place to start than the 2019 broadcast.

Worst Golf Course Challenge

SB Nation’s popular “Fumble Dimension” series tackled golf for this video. The duo crowdsourced their fans with the hopes of creating the worst golf course possible in the popular golf game The Golf Club. The game does not have any rights to real golfers and their likeness, but they do have an extensive course designer.

So the creators opened up their inbox to input from their fans for how to build their course. The results were … wild. Get ready to see the worst golf course imaginable that’ll make even the most punishing U.S. Open setups look tame.

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