NRL star Payne Haas rivals golf legend with Instagram pic of his pooch


Greg Norman isn’t the only one showing off on social media.

A week after a photo of the Australian golf legend showing off a large bulge in his pants while walking his dog went viral, the NRL has produced its own version.

RELATED: Greg Norman responds to viral photo reaction

Brisbane Broncos and NSW Origin forward Payne Haas provided some unintentional comedy his social media followers couldn’t ignore while showing off his brand new Mercedes on Instagram on Tuesday night.

Several fans spotted a hilarious detail in the foreground of the photo, which showed Haas kneeling in front of the vehicle with his pet Chow Chow.

“The dog’s happy as well,” one wrote.

“How’s the red rocket on the little fella, someone’s excited,” added another.

“Your dog needs to chill,” wrote a third.

But the pup’s pecker wasn’t the only part of the photo which caught the eye.

Haas also showed off some impressive – and heartwarming – new ink on his left leg.

The 20-year-old has recently tattooed “Chace” below his knee to honour his older brother, who passed away aged 22 in August.

It’s been a rollercoaster year for the young star who played well in a horror season for the Broncos before being part of the NSW side that lost the Origin series to Queensland.

Just last week he announced he was expecting his first child with girlfriend Leilani Mohenoa next May.

Mohenoa posted a photograph of an ultrasound on Instagram with the caption: “We lost an angel but he sent us another that same month. Baby girl due in May.”

“Can’t wait to meet our baby girl,” added Haas, on his page.



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Golf news, Aussie responds to picture


Greg Norman has gone underground since his X-rated Instagram photo went viral last week, but word has leaked out about his feelings towards the world’s fascination with his junk.

The 65-year-old’s Instagram post of himself walking alongside his dog on Jupiter Island in Florida last week whipped the world into a fit of giggling and blushing — but the man at the centre of the enormous storm is keeping his cool.

A report revealed over the weekend how Norman really feels about having his club make headlines around the world.

The Sunday Telegraph first revealed Norman’s one-word response to the ongoing interest after the golfing legend declined to comment on the situation.

The report, citing a “close friend” of Norman’s, claims Norman is aware of the interest and has found the storm “amusing”.

Norman’s beach walk has earned him more than 10,000 extra Instagram followers in the past week.

Having worked tirelessly to keep his body in fierce condition in recent years, few could blame Norman for sitting back and enjoying the show.

The much-talked-about shot has even made a bigger splash than Norman’s nude magazine shots in 2018.

Norman said after posing nude for ESPN The Magazine’s The Body issue, he is very comfortable with his body.

“I work out a minimum of five days a week, sometimes six days. I always take at least one day off,” Norman said.

RELATED: Instagram star hits out after Norman backlash

“I have a full gym at my house. I built it. It’s got a cardio room, a full weight room, free weights, all that stuff.

“It’s not a big deal to me, right? At the end of the day, I do enjoy keeping fit at my age. I don’t have any ego about me, but I do love having a fit life.”

The Australian won two majors during his stellar golf career, and was inducted into the World Golf Hall of Fame in 2001. He spent 333 weeks as the world’s No. 1 in the 1980s.



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Trump spends Thanksgiving playing golf and tweeting about election


President Trump was busy on Twitter retweeting his favorite commentators who falsely suggested there’s still a chance he can overturn the results of the election while venting his frustration at the media, Alexandria-Ocasio Cortez, kneeling NFL players, and Fox News.

Earlier on Thursday, video footage surfaced showing Trump getting frustrated while playing golf at his Virginia country club.

‘I hate this f*****g hole,’ the president said after he struggled with a tee shot on his course on Thursday. Video footage was obtained by TMZ.

After playing golf, the president returned to the White House and took to Twitter, where he praised a Pennsylvania judge who placed a hold on the certification process for down-ballot races in the Keystone State.

‘A brilliant woman of courage!’ the president tweeted on Thursday. He was reacting to a tweet posted by David J. Harris Jr, a conservative commentator who linked to a news story on his web site about the case. 

President Trump spent his Thanksgiving holiday playing golf and then tweeting about the election. He is seen above at his golf course in Sterling, Virginia, on Thursday

The president agreed with a tweet by conservative commentator David J Harris Jr, who said that Congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez was 'in panic mode!'

The president agreed with a tweet by conservative commentator David J Harris Jr, who said that Congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez was ‘in panic mode!’

The president took to Twitter to praise a Pennsylvania judge as a 'brilliant woman of courage' for delaying the certification of down-ballot races in the Keyston State - though it appears he is under the mistaken impression that it will affect the outcome of the election that he lost to Joe Biden

The president took to Twitter to praise a Pennsylvania judge as a ‘brilliant woman of courage’ for delaying the certification of down-ballot races in the Keyston State – though it appears he is under the mistaken impression that it will affect the outcome of the election that he lost to Joe Biden

Harris’ headline read: ‘Judge Blocks Certification of Pennsylvania Election Results.’

But the headline and the article incorrectly suggest that the decision by Commonwealth Court Judge Patricia A. McCullough will have any impact on the presidential race.

The state has already certified the results of the presidential election, with Democrat Joe Biden winning its 20 electoral college votes.

Governor Tom Wolf, a Democrat, sent a ‘certificate of ascertainment’ to the national archivist in Washington with the slate of electors who support President-elect Biden and Vice President-elect Kamala Harris. 

Pennsylvania’s 20 electors, a mix of elected Democrats, party activists and other staunch Biden backers, will meet in the state Capitol on December 14.

McCullough’s ruling on Wednesday temporarily blocks the portion of the election that had yet to be certified – namely the state legislature results. A majority of the legislature is controlled by Republicans.

The president on Thursday also retweeted a post from Harris which links to an article about the ‘voter fraud hearing’ led by Trump lawyers Rudy Giuliani and Jenna Ellis.

Trump also retweeted another post by Harris, this one claiming that ‘AOC is in panic mode!’

The post was linked to a news story about a lawsuit filed by pro-Trump attorneys Sidney Powell and Lin Wood, who are suing Georgia because of an ‘unlawful election.’

Biden won Georgia’s 16 electoral college votes, defeating Trump by slightly more than 12,000 votes.

Trump on Thursday also retweeted a post from Harris whose web site includes a news story about a lawsuit filed in Georgia by two pro-Trump attorneys - Sidney Powell and Lin Wood

Trump on Thursday also retweeted a post from Harris whose web site includes a news story about a lawsuit filed in Georgia by two pro-Trump attorneys – Sidney Powell and Lin Wood

The president also retweeted a post by Harris linking to a news story about the 'voter fraud hearing' in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, led by Trump campaign lawyers Rudy Giuliani and Jenna Ellis

The president also retweeted a post by Harris linking to a news story about the ‘voter fraud hearing’ in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, led by Trump campaign lawyers Rudy Giuliani and Jenna Ellis

The link to the news story on Harris’ site alleges that AOC is ‘in trouble,’ though the basis for that claim is unclear.

Trump also reacted negatively to a news story about the two quarterbacks of the Houston Texans and the Detroit Lions, the NFL teams who faced off against each other in the Thanksgiving game on Thursday.

The Texans’ Deshaun Watson and the Lions’ Matthew Stafford were seen kneeling on their respective sidelines during the national anthem just before kickoff at Ford Field in Detroit. The Texans won the game 41-25.

Trump has been a vocal critic of professional athletes who kneel during the national anthem to protest police brutality and racial injustice. He demanded that NFL owners fire players who do so after the Colin Kaepernick controversy.

Kaepernick, the former 49ers quarterback, ignited a fierce, nationwide debate in 2015 and 2016 by kneeling on the sidelines during the Star Spangled Banner.

Earlier on Thursday, Trump kicked off his Thanksgiving with a round of golf at his Trump National Golf Club in Virginia and a lot of whining on Twitter, insisting there was no way Biden won the ‘rigged’ election and slamming Fox News. 

Trump left the White House Thursday morning for 18 holes at his golf club in Sterling, Virginia. 

But before and after his game, his focus was on the presidential election – which he still insists he won – instead of the holiday.

‘Just saw the vote tabulations. There is NO WAY Biden got 80,000,000 votes!!! This was a 100% RIGGED ELECTION,’ Trump complained about his Democratic rival. 

Twitter flagged the tweet, noting on it: ‘This claim about election fraud is disputed.’ 

The president has refused to concede the election even as his legal cases challenging the results in battleground states have gone nowhere, his campaign has turned up no evidence of major voter fraud, and states have begun to certify Biden’s victory.

Trump also reacted negatively to a news story about the Texans' Deshaun Watson and the Lions' Matthew Stafford who were seen kneeling on their respective sidelines during the national anthem just before kickoff at Ford Field in Detroit. The Texans won the game 41-25

Trump also reacted negatively to a news story about the Texans’ Deshaun Watson and the Lions’ Matthew Stafford who were seen kneeling on their respective sidelines during the national anthem just before kickoff at Ford Field in Detroit. The Texans won the game 41-25

The current tally of the popular votes stand at: 80,045,066 (51%) for Biden and 73,897,658 (47%) for Trump. Additionally, Biden has 306 electoral votes to Trump’s 232.

The 2020 contest saw a record number of votes. Biden was the first candidate to earn over 80 million.  

Trump also got in a dig at Fox News. The news organization infuriated him by being the first on election night to call Arizona for Biden. 

The president retweeted a tweet on the network seeing declining ratings and added his own commentary: ‘Will go down much further. Weekend daytime even worse, dead. They still don’t get it. Fantastic alternatives! The late/great Roger Ailes is seriously missed, but I still won LEGAL VOTES by a lot!!!’

Ailes, who was ousted from Fox News in 2016 over charges of sexual harassment, advised Trump on the presidential debates that year. He died in 2017 and some credit him for Trump’s rise in politics.  

And Trump retweeted a tweet about a lawsuit Sidney Powell, the attorney dumped from his legal team, brought about in Georgia. 

And he complained about Pennsylvania, where his legal team is trying to stop certification of the state’s 20 electoral votes for Biden: ‘A total FRAUD. Statehouse Republicans, proud, strong and honest, will never let this travesty stand!’ 

Rudy Giuliani, Trump’s personal attorney who is leading the charge in trying to overturn the election, testified at a Republican-led hearing of sorts on Wednesday, which Trump called into to implore GOP officials in the state to find he won Pennsylvania. 

‘This election has to be turned around. We won Pennsylvania by a lot and we won all of these swing states by a lot,’ Trump said via a cellphone his attorney Jenna Ellis held up to a microphone.   

‘We got 11 million votes more than we had four years ago in 2016. And we got many more votes than Ronald Reagan had when he won 49 states,’ Trump said, pointing to an election forty years ago when the population was considerably smaller.

Trump did receive 73 million votes – the most ever of an incumbent president. But Biden won over 80 million votes and the electoral college, which hands him the White House.

The Trump team has shown no evidence of voter fraud in Pennsylvania or any other state.  

President Trump tosses a golf ball from his cart as he plays golf at his club in Virginia

President Trump tosses a golf ball from his cart as he plays golf at his club in Virginia

President Donald Trump kicked off his Thanksgiving with a round of golf at his Trump National Golf Club in Sterling, Virginia

President Donald Trump kicked off his Thanksgiving with a round of golf at his Trump National Golf Club in Sterling, Virginia

President Trump drives a golf cart on his course near Washington D.C.

President Trump drives a golf cart on his course near Washington D.C. 

President Trump gives a fist bump to a fellow golfer

President Trump gives a fist bump to a fellow golfer

President Donald Trump holds his phone as he stands next to a golf cart on his course

President Donald Trump holds his phone as he stands next to a golf cart on his course

President Trump in his golf cart with security in golf carts around him

President Trump in his golf cart with security in golf carts around him

President Trump wore one of his signature red 'Make America Great Again' caps when he played golf on Thanksgiving

President Trump wore one of his signature red ‘Make America Great Again’ caps when he played golf on Thanksgiving

Trump had switched into holiday mode earlier in the day, writing ‘HAPPY THANKSGIVING’ atop a retweet from the SCOTUS blog, which covers Supreme Court cases. It reported that: ‘Just before midnight on the night before Thanksgiving, the Supreme Court blocked New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo from enforcing attendance limits at religious services. The vote is 5-4, with Roberts and the three liberals dissenting.’

The Supreme Court late Wednesday temporarily barred New York from enforcing attendance limits at houses of worship in areas designated as hard hit by the coronavirus. 

The court’s 5-4 vote granted requests made by the Roman Catholic Diocese of Brooklyn and two Orthodox Jewish congregations who were fighting Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s October 6 decision about houses of worship in areas designated red and orange zones, where attendance was capped at 10 and 25 people, respectively.

New Justice Amy Coney Barrett ruled  in the majority whereas the court’s three liberal justices and Chief Justice John Roberts dissented.

In two previous cases this year, the court on 5-4 votes turned away similar requests by churches in Nevada and California. Those votes occurred before the death of liberal Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg. 

The president is having Thanksgiving dinner with his immediate family.

‘The First Family will be celebrating the day with immediate family for dinner at the White House. The President and First Lady wish everyone across the country a safe and wonderful Thanksgiving,’ said Stephanie Grisham, the chief of staff to first lady Melania Trump, in a statement.

She did not detail who was included in the immediate family, which could consist of the president’s adult children from his first marriages and the first lady’s parents, who live near the White House.

In his Thanksgiving proclamation, President Trump encouraged Americans to gather and give thanks.

‘I encourage all Americans to gather, in homes and places of worship, to offer a prayer of thanks to God for our many blessings,’ he said in a statement.

Trump’s urging Americans to gather for the holiday comes as daily deaths from COVID-19 in the United States have surpassed 2,100 for the first since May as millions of Americans continue to ignore CDC travel guidance and dire warnings from health experts that Thanksgiving could be the ‘mother of all superspreader events’. 

President Trump is expected to make the traditional call to members of the U.S. armed forces serving overseas. That call was scheduled for 3 p.m. Thursday but got moved back to 5 p.m. It is closed to the media and public.  

President Trump returns to the White House after a round of golf on Thanksgiving - both before and after the game he tweeted on the election

President Trump returns to the White House after a round of golf on Thanksgiving – both before and after the game he tweeted on the election

President Trump checks his phone while on the golf course

President Trump checks his phone while on the golf course

President Trump, in red jacket, driving his golf cart on his golf course

President Trump, in red jacket, driving his golf cart on his golf course

President Trump takes aim as he plays golf on Thanksgiving day

President Trump takes aim as he plays golf on Thanksgiving day

President Trump on his golf course

President Trump on his golf course 

President Trump walks back to his golf cart

President Trump walks back to his golf cart

Supporters cheer as President Donald Trump passes them outside the Trump National Golf Club in Sterling, Virginia

Supporters cheer as President Donald Trump passes them outside the Trump National Golf Club in Sterling, Virginia

President Trump's motorcade arrives at his Trump National Golf Club in Sterling, Va, on Thanksgiving Day

President Trump’s motorcade arrives at his Trump National Golf Club in Sterling, Va, on Thanksgiving Day

President Donald Trump and first lady Melania Trump are spending Thanksgiving at the White House instead of traveling to Mar-a-Lago, where they'll have dinner with immediate family

President Donald Trump and first lady Melania Trump are spending Thanksgiving at the White House instead of traveling to Mar-a-Lago, where they’ll have dinner with immediate family

Don Jr., the president's oldest son who tested positive for coronavirus a couple of weeks ago, posted a message to Instagram he is 'done with Rona' and will spend Thanksgiving with family

Don Jr., the president’s oldest son who tested positive for coronavirus a couple of weeks ago, posted a message to Instagram he is ‘done with Rona’ and will spend Thanksgiving with family

Lara Trump posted a photo of a roadtrip to an undisclosed location with husband Eric Trump and their kids

Lara Trump posted a photo of a roadtrip to an undisclosed location with husband Eric Trump and their kids

Don Jr., the president’s oldest son who tested positive for coronavirus a couple of weeks ago, posted a message to Instagram he is ‘done with Rona’ and will spend Thanksgiving with family. 

He videotaped the message on Wednesday with girlfriend Kimberly Guilfoyle, noting the couple will be eating their ‘back up meal’ that day and then enjoying a second Thanksgiving feast.

‘I wasn’t sure if I’d be able to be cleared to be with my family but I got the medical OK I’m all done with the Rona,’ he noted. 

‘I got cleared and we get to spend Thanksgiving the way it’s meant to be,’ he said in the video message. 

And Lara Trump, the president’s daughter-in-law, posted a photo to Instagram of her, husband Eric Trump and their two kids taking a road trip to an unnamed location.  

The president is also reaching out to friends who could be having a tough time over the holidays.

Eric Bolling, the Sinclair TV host whose son died of an accidental drug overdose in 2017, tweeted that Trump called him on Thanksgiving Day.

‘3 years ago today: A difficult first holiday without my Eric Chase.. the empty Thanksgiving seat being too real having just lost our son. The phone rang: ‘Eric, Melania and I want to tell you how much we feel for you today’ That call just came again. Thank you @realDonaldTrump,’ he wrote. 

Last year on Thanksgiving, Trump made a surprise visit Afghanistan where he met with President Ashraf Ghani and served Thanksgiving dinner to U.S. troops stationed there. 





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Dustin Johnson golf news, Model’s stunning nude post


Paulina Gretzky has made a dramatic return to Instagram with a sultry nude post during her wild celebrations with husband Dustin Johnson.

The sporting power couple have been living it up in ritzy Caribbean holiday destination St. Barts this week following Johnson’s breakthrough triumph at the 2020 US Masters.

The golf champion and his model wife jetted off after the Masters on Monday (AEDT) and their beachside celebrations have left Gretzky’s 900,000 Instagram followers with their jaws on the floor.

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The daughter of ice hockey icon Wayne Gretzky had gone cold on posting photos to her Instagram profile for six months before she returned this week.

Gretzy has scaled back her social media activity this year, posting only a trickle of video clips to her Instagram stories.

Her victory post on Monday, which showed her embracing Johnson at the final hole at the iconic Augusta National course, was the first photo she’s posted for 19 weeks.

Her nude post on Sunday (AEST) shows she’s back with a bang.

The image showed the 31-year-old model and actor wearing only a wide brimmed sun hat as she played up in front of the camera on a wooden deck.

Gretzky has made a habit this week of playing up in front of the cameras after she was also spotted frolicking Nikki Beach in a barely-there bikini alongside her husband.

She was also turning heads earlier this week with a daring outfit as she cheered Johnson on at the 2020 Masters.

Gretzky was right behind Johnson during his Masters win, where she greeted her longtime love on the course for a sweet embrace.

“My mum is crying for sure,” Gretzky was heard telling Johnson in a video posted on Twitter.

Engaged since 2013, the pro golfer and the model have appeared inseparable since facing speculation about their break-up in 2018, which prompted a statement from Johnson.

“Every relationship goes through its ups and downs, but most importantly, we love each other very much and are committed to being a family. Thank you for your love and support,” he said.

As Johnson continues to build his legacy on the green, the stunning Gretzky is clearly his No. 1 fan, followed in short order by their children, 5-year-old Tatum and 3-year-old River.

Earlier this week Instagram photos from the couple, friends and family showed how Johnson and Gretzky celebrated at Augusta following his first Masters win.



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COVID-19: Donald Trump plays golf while world powers discuss pandemic at G20 summit | US News


President Donald Trump was golfing yesterday while some of the world’s most powerful leaders took part in a G20 session on the global response to the coronavirus pandemic.

Major leaders delivered video messages for the virtual session on “pandemic preparedness”, including politicians from this year’s host Saudi Arabia, France, Germany, Italy and South Korea.

Mr Trump attended the morning session, in his second-to-last appearance at the international meeting as US president, but was golfing in Sterling, Virginia, when the afternoon side-panel on the COVID-19 pandemic took place.

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World leaders including Mr Trump (top right) take part in the Saturday morning briefing at the G20 summit

Mr Trump did not deliver a message to the meeting and there was thought to be no American involvement.

He spent around four hours at Trump National Golf Club, where he has spent multiple weekends since losing the election to Joe Biden.

Trump golfing and missing the G20 pandemic session
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President Trump was golfing when a G20 side-session on the COVID-19 pandemic took place

White House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany later said Mr Trump spoke at the summit to highlight the work the US has done rebuilding the economy and securing vaccines in response to the coronavirus.

The president is scheduled to appear at the G20 for a final time on Sunday morning, US time.

Tweeting on Sunday, Mr Trump referenced his scheduled appearance and media reports about him not attending the side-panel meeting of leaders the day before.

He wrote: “Just arrived at Virtual G20. Was here yesterday also (early), but some of the Fake News Media failed to report it accurately – as usual. My speech is available (they said I didn’t make a speech).”

Meanwhile, coronavirus cases in the US have topped 12 million according to Johns Hopkins University, with 255,905 related deaths. Globally, the pandemic has claimed more than 1.37 million lives.



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Which golf clubs had an upswing in memberships this year?



COVID-19 stopped many sports in their tracks but one Northern Rivers club managed to attract nearly 17 per cent more members.

According to Golf NSW, while most clubs saw member numbers remain steady or rise slightly, Lismore Workers Golf Club membership jumped 16.7 per cent.

Golf NSW David Tease said the figures relate to clubs where public access is generally available and as a rule, you can “walk in and apply for membership”.

LWGC manager Brad Mott and club pro Peter Jaeger are not surprised with the 16.7 per cent rise as they said they looked for ways to make the game more accessible as soon as COVID-19 lockdown struck.

While most other sports were in hiatus, golf was back, albeit in limited form in May.

”During the lockdown period a lot of local sports were cancelled so we saw people who might normally play team sports such as football or hockey take up golf instead,” he said.

“Many seem to have caught the golf bug and we hope to retain them as members.”

Mott said a great deal of credit has to go to Jaeger, as “he is most often the first port of call for people wanting to give the game a go.”

Jaeger said it’s been a pleasure seeing people develop from novices to becoming really keen players.

“Most of them are real sportsmen or women,” he said.

“This was an opportunity foe the club to think outside the square and attract lots of younger sportspeople, we were open minded about ways to encourage them to join, such as with a direct-debit monthly membership rather than an annual lump sum.”

Ballina Golf & Sports Club general manager Mark Whiting said they’ve also seen positive growth.

“We’ve seen an increase in the return of former members as well as those who were unable to play other sports,” he said.

“Our competition rounds have increased 10 to 15 per cent and our course was played to capacity with what we could do during the restrictions.”

Golf Club memberships

Byron Bay up 5.2 per cent

Coolangatta / Tweed Heads (remained steady)

LWGC up 17.6 per cent

Maclean up 2.3 per cent

Murwillumbah up 4.3 per cent

Ocean Shores (remained even)

Yamba up 10.4 per cent





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Guide on Selecting Best Golf Clothing and Accessories


Guide on Selecting Best Golf Clothing and Accessories


Guide on Selecting Best Golf Clothing and Accessories : If you are a golfer, you would always like to be a center of attraction while playing the game. For this, you however need to concentrate on playing good, but it doesn’t mean that your appearance won’t matter.

Yes, if you change your appearance, you can easily change the perception of people towards you. But how it can be done? This is the point where you need to concentrate on unveiling a big collection of golf clothing and accessories.

Yes, accessories such as hats and clothing like t-shirts and shirts can help you transforming your appearance as a golfer. Do you still need more information about golf clothing and accessories? If so, then you need to keep reading this guide.

Do You Really Need Golf Accessories and Clothing?

It’s certainly an important point that you need to keep in mind when it comes to choosing best clothing and accessories for golfers. Actually, you would always like to choose a golf item that you really need. You won’t like to spend your cash on a product that may not cater your requirements.

So, before you start searching for the best golf accessories and clothing online, you first need to evaluate your own requirements. For instance, if you want to choose t-shirts, you first need to know whether you need a t-shirt with color or not. So, your requirements can decide whether you should buy golf items online or not.

What Are the Choices?

Whether it’s about choosing golf clothing or golf accessories, you would always like to choose the best out of the best golf products. But for this, you need to know about available choices. Always remember that the more you have product choices, the better item you will choose. So, you should visit at a store with a big collection of golf accessories and golf clothing.

If you are going to ignore the importance of collection, you are going to make a wrong decision. Obviously, you won’t like to regret on your own decision. Thus, you are suggested to unveil a big collection of mesmerizing accessories and clothing for golfers online.

What Is in Vogue?

When it comes to choosing clothing or accessories for golfers, you aren’t supposed to ignore one thing i.e. fashion. Yes, you aren’t supposed to choose golf clothing like t-shirts, shirts, caps, and other accessories that may not be in vogue. Instead, you would like to choose accessories and clothing for female golfers that should be in vogue.

So, before making a deal, you first need to know about golf products in vogue. This way, you will choose something that can help you becoming a stylish golfer. When you come on the ground wearing something in vogue, you will automatically be the center of attraction.

Do You Still Need Help?

If you are still confused about how to choose best golf accessories and outfits online, you need to visit at USAG. By visiting at usuckatgolf, you can easily explore a big collection of different types of outfits and accessories for golfers online.

 

 

 

 

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Australian PGA Championship and the Australian Open golf titles are cancelled due to coronavirus concerns



The impact of coronavirus concerns on Australian sport continues, with golfing administrators announcing the cancellation of the three feature tournaments of the summer.

The Australian PGA Championship, and the men’s and women’s Australian Open titles, which were due to be played in February 2021, will not go ahead due to the pandemic.

The PGA of Australia, ALPG and Golf Australia came together to issue a statement acknowledging an “unprecedented” blow to Australian golf.

“It’s unprecedented and a real blow for Australian golf and its fans,” PGA of Australia chief executive Gavin Kirkman said.

“We have collectively spent months in exhaustive consultation with all relevant authorities and our sanctioning partners to try to find a way to stage all three events safely and at that world-class level to which we’ve all become accustomed.

International golf has already been affected by the pandemic, with two of golf’s majors — the US PGA Championship and US Open — completed later than scheduled for 2020.

A third, the Masters, will be held next month at Augusta, while the fourth, the British Open was cancelled earlier this year.

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The Australian Open and Australian PGA Championship — the feature events on the PGA Tour of Australasia — were originally slated for a late November and early December window, to be played at Melbourne’s Kingston Heath and Brisbane’s Royal Queensland, respectively.

Both were postponed in recent months in the hope a late-summer timeslot would buy time to host the tournaments.

Golf Australia boss James Sutherland said the decisions to cancel due to the impacts of COVID-19 were made with a heavy heart given the tournaments’ history and international significance.

“On the advice of relevant domestic government authorities and, with consideration for the global nature of our fields and partners, the call was made with the health and wellbeing of the golfing community as the priority,” Sutherland said.

“The events rely on significant support from players and tours around the world, so given current quarantine restrictions, we believe the field strength of all three events would be severely compromised.

“This, in turn, is unsatisfactory for spectators, broadcasters and our events’ commercial partners.”



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Gliders to the fore as construction starts on new Brisbane golf course


“A big focus throughout the planning of this new course was to shape it around the existing environment and we are pleased to be delivering a further 30 hectares of squirrel glider habitat, which will double the existing habitat, and one hectare of new marine vegetation to as part of this project,” Cr Schrinner said.

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Construction on the golf course itself will begin in two weeks and is expected to continue to mid-2022.

The course was pledged by the council before its announcement that Victoria Park’s 18-hole public golf course in the CBD would be closed to make way for a new 50-hectare public park.

Under the agreement, the golf course – effectively an expansion of the Minnippi Parklands at Tingalpa – will remain in public hands and be operated by the council.

“This golf course will be the first of its kind for Brisbane’s southside and will have everything for golf newbies to championship pros, with a standard championship length 18-hole game, two nine-hole courses and a shorter six-hole course,” Cr Schrinner said.

The lord mayor said site preparation had been completed with the council removing more than 30 hectares of invasive weeds and planting more than 80,000 native trees.

During the planning process, the fate of native squirrel gliders on the site was a concern, but a 2019 fauna report found the gliders’ on-site habitat had improved and probably population numbers as well.

Doboy ward councillor Lisa Atwood said the council had spent a lot of time planning the links and residents in her ward were excited about the project.

“It has been a tough year for construction with the coronavirus pandemic and we are pleased to see this project launch into the next stage, which will provide a great boost for local jobs and supplier opportunities,” she said.



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Golf news: Bryson DeChambeau US Open, Paige Spiranac, Rory McIlroy reaction


Paige Spiranac will give credit where it is due.

Spiranac congratulated Bryson DeChambeau on his US Open win, less than two months after the former golfer and “Playing A Round” podcast host chastised the 27-year-old’s behaviour.

“It’s fun to give Bryson s*** at times but you have to give him so much credit for sticking to his guns despite all the hate and now he gets to call himself a US Open Champion. Well deserved win,” Spiranac tweeted.

DeChambeau, whose physical transformation has become one of golf’s biggest storylines this season, scored his first major championship win at the Winged Foot Golf Club. He finished six-under par to cruise to a six-shot victory that he called “surreal.”

“It’s been a lot of hard work,” DeChambeau said.

DeChambeau, who had blasted the course during the first round, has taken the golf community by storm, but not always for the best reason.

Over the summer, Spiranac called out DeChambeau, who had debated with a PGA official in July about an out-of-bounds decision during the Memorial Tournament in Ohio.

“The way he acted to that rules official was so uncalled for and I think it just shows where his headspace is at right now, where he thinks that he is literally pioneering the way that golf is being played, and so he is so far and beyond everyone else that he can tell a rules official, who their job is to know the rules inside and out, and for Bryson to say, ‘I don’t believe you, I need a second ruling.’ Who do you think you are?” Spiranac said.

Spiranac added Monday that she loves how both “(Matthew) Wolff and Bryson both play the game their own way.”

But Rory McIlroy isn’t quite sure what to make of DeChambeau’s US Open conquest.

media_cameraPaige Spiranac and Bryson DeChambeau.

McIlroy was asked what he would have said if he were told before the tournament that the winner only hit four of his final 21 fairways, as the hulking DeChambeau did.

“No chance. No chance,” McIlroy said. “I don’t really know what to say because that’s just the complete opposite of what you think a US Open champion does. Look, he’s found a way to do it. Whether that’s good or bad for the game, I don’t know, but it’s just — it’s not the way I saw this golf course being played or this tournament being played. It’s kind of hard to really wrap my head around it.”

DeChambeau made his way around Winged Foot with a final round 67. Again and again, he muscled out of the thick rough to keep his round on track.

DeChambeau has been the talk of the PGA Tour since it returned from its coronavirus pause after he added 25kg of muscle and countless yards to his drive. Now that he has a signature moment to go with the hype, McIlroy is not quite sure what to make of it.

“I thought I can see it for week in and week out, PGA Tour setups that are a little more benign … but I sort of said, ‘OK, wait until he gets to a proper golf course, he’ll have to rein it back in,’” McIlroy said. “This is as proper as they come, and look what’s happened. Yeah, he’s got full belief in what he’s doing, and it’s pretty impressive … So I think … about the guy, I think it’s brilliant, but I think he’s taken advantage of where the game is at the minute.

Bryson DeChambeau kisses the championship trophy. (Photo by Jamie Squire/Getty Images)
media_cameraBryson DeChambeau kisses the championship trophy. (Photo by Jamie Squire/Getty Images)

“Look, again, whether that’s good or bad, but it’s just the way it is. With the way he approaches it, with the arm-lock putting, with everything, it’s just where the game’s at right now.”

McIlroy, 31, was on the fringe of contention entering Monday before four-putting the first hole to earn a double bogey. The Northern Irishman finished six-over and in a tie for eighth place. McIlroy has four major wins, but none since 2014.

— New York Post

Originally published as US Open champion has a new fan



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