It's one of the questions we hear constantly around the game of golf: "How do we make the game accessible to a younger fan base?"

This year, The Open Championship is taking what seems like a pretty awesome step in the right direction. At this year's event at Royal Troon, the event will open up The Open Camping Village. The village will feature 500 camping sites each night and will be free for fans 25 and under. Full details are available here.

At first blush, this seems like a festival type of Bonnaroo-meets-golf feel, with Royal Troon walking distance from the campground and what is sure to be a pretty great nightly party.

The only thing left to do is place your bets on which player will be spotted there first.

By the way, we've already set a precedent for camping out at events if anyone needs a camping buddy.

Before Bryson DeChambeau made a good impression at his first Masters, he did a better impression of Bill Murray in Caddyshack.

Adult Swim is turning their sights on the golf world with a mockumentary of a 1960s charity golf tournament between two pros. If that wasn't enough to pique your interest, the two golfers are John Daly and Adam Scott. Still not enough? They are portrayed by the comedians with the same names, Jon Daly (Kroll Show) and Adam Scott (Parks and Recreation).

Catch the action on Adult Swim tonight at 11:30 ET.

Jordan Spieth is getting up and down from everywhere this week at Augusta National -- here's proof from his swing coach Cameron McCormick that he's been doing that since he was 12.

Jump to the 8-minute mark to the catch the story.

Charl Schwartzel flushed this fairway bunker shot...right into the lip.

Rickie Fowler has been stroking it all year but he got lucky on this drive.

The struggle was real for Scott Piercy at last year's Northern Trust Open when he played some bunker ping-pong.

Bubba Watson is good, but the golf gods were shining down on him when he ricocheted this shot off the rocks at the 2012 Arnold Palmer Invitational.

Ever lose count of your shots on a hole? In 2011, Kevin Na felt the pain as he hacked his way to a double snowman. Prepare to wince your way through this one.

Golf is a hard game and sometimes it is better to be lucky than good. Just ask Leif Olson, who dropped this ace in the pocket, billiards style.