Teri Hatcher will be 49 Sunday. 34-23-34. Actress.
Desperate Housewives, Tomorrow Never Dies, Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman
Father is a nuclear physicist; mom is a computer programmer. Loves to golf.
Uttered this famous quote in Seinfeld.
Enjoy the weekend and bundle up.
The European Tour announced the penalty at a hearing to Simon Dyson for repairing a spike mark. It included a $49,000 fine and a two-month suspension.
There will be no ban unless he commits another breach of the rules in the next 18 months.
Curiously, the disciplinary panel found that Dyson's actions were deliberate but that it was "not a premeditated act of cheating." It also took Dyson's previous good conduct on tour into account.Maybe I'm a little dense, but how is something deliberate but not premeditated?
Via cbssports.com, this video shows Jason Dufner pranking Keegan Bradley (or maybe his caddie?) by stealthly putting a large rock in Bradley's bag during Tiger's tournament.
They love pulling bits on each other so be prepared for a hopeful delicious payback soon.
Golfdigest.com posts a recall video of actor Will Ferrell accepting a 2008 ESPY award for Tiger Woods as Tiger Woods.
"All I did was sever my ACL and break a bone in my leg and you know, I still won the U.S. Open. And that's when even I started to believe it's undeniable, I am the greatest," said Ferrell, who then went on to thank a list of funny, fake Woods sponsors.Enjoy.
Paula Patton is 38. 34-23-33. African-American, German, English mix actress.
Mission: Impossible-Ghost Protocol, Deja Vu, Baggage Claim
Grew up across 20th Century Fox lot. Married to singer Robin Thicke.
You can say what you want about the National Enquirer, but due to possible celebrity lawsuits they do appear to conduct due diligence research (they did break the Tiger/fire hydrant news).
Thus, they posted that the relationship between Tiger and squeeze Lindsey Vonn is getting rocky because Woods may not go to the Winter Olympics to cheer her on in the alpine skiing events.
The accomplished athletes have been at odds ever since alpine skier Lindsey, 29, announced her intention to represent the U.S. in the Winter Olympics in Sochi, Russia, in February – because Tiger says he may be too busy playing in golf tournaments to cheer her on.
While Lindsey has publicly downplayed the drama, insiders say that the two have been battling behind the scenes over whether Tiger, 37, will be on the green adding to his trophy case or on the slopes supporting his lady love.
“Lindsey is demanding to be considered an equal, but she thinks Tiger still sees her only as a pretty accessory and doesn’t take her skiing career seriously,” a source told The ENQUIRER.
“The arguments have been very nasty,” said the source. “Lindsey told Tiger: ‘I supported you this season. Now, it’s your turn to support me in public. I’m not just your cheerleader – I’m a world class athlete too!’”
“It’s a serious clash of athlete egos, and neither one is willing to back down.”
On Monday, we posted that Vijay Singh's lawyers wanted records of several Tour players who were cited for using PEDs as part of their lawsuit against the PGA Tour.
The most interesting name listed was Dustin Johnson. DJ responded yesterday to the allegations and changing caddies.
Q: This isn’t the smoothest segue, but Vijay Singh’s lawyer recently mentioned your name in connection with those who have had an “actual or possible violation” of the PGA Tour’s anti-doping policy. What was your response to that?
A: There’s nothing I can really say. I don’t know why he would call me out. Obviously, he’s in a situation where he’s looking to better himself somehow, but there’s nothing there.
Q: Have you ever been punished or reprimanded for any kind of violation?
Q: Does it anger you to see your name in connection with that story?
A: Not really. I don’t care. He’s in trouble, not me.
Q: Would you consider any type of legal action for your name being used?
A: No. I’m out of it. Don’t want anything to do with it. I don’t care.
Meanwhile, the Tour rebuffed Singh's lawyer request for all the names...Unfortunately, in this era of constant reports of athletes using PEDs, nothing would surprise me anymore.
In a letter to Justice Eileen Bransten of the New York State Supreme Court, the Tour's attorney, Jeffrey Mishkin of Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom, called Singh's discovery requests "overreaching" and "irrelevant," arguing that "these individuals have nothing to do with this litigation. Mr. Singh cannot and should not be permitted, in the guise of discovery, to engage in a fishing expedition that risks further harm to the interests of these and any other third-party golfers."
Singh's lawyer, Peter Ginsberg, contends that information about the way the PGA Tour treated other golfers suspected or accused of violating the Tour's anti-doping program "will evidence the full extent of the PGA Tour's disparate treatment of Singh."
Three of the five golfers named in discovery have had previously reported run-ins with the Tour's drug policy.
Ginsberg declined to explain why the other two golfers -- five-time PGA Tour winner Scott Verplank and eight-time winner Dustin Johnson -- were included in Singh's discovery request or whether he will be seeking information about other PGA Tour players in the future.
North Texas PGA member and the Director of Golf at the Four Seasons Resort and Club Paul Earnest hit a very rewarding shot yesterday.
He participated in the Closest to the Hole Shootout at the Ewing Charity Classic at Brookhollow CC. 19 PGA professionals had a crack at the 147-yard pin. Hitting first, Paul's shot landed 8', 8 1/2" to beat Dan Parker, Director of Golf at The Lakes at Castle Hills (10', 3 1/2"). Paul's feat earned him a red 2014 Mercedes-Benz C-250.
I got up there, chose an 8-iron, and just said I was going to hit the best stock 8-iron I can. She flew true...eight feet and some change. And it was a winner!
I've heard that close only counts in horseshoes, but today being close counted in a special way.
Congrats Paul and enjoy the new ride.
This EZ-Go golf cart went through a $30,000 customization to mimic the Batmobile Tumbler seen in the movies. However, it was sold recently on eBay for "only" $17,500. Not the best return on investment.
Like its cinematic inspiration, the Tumbler cart has Super Swamper tires and a few crime-fighting features, including a loud horn and an anti-theft kill switch. It being a souped-up golf cart, it also has iPad stand and adjustable leather seats.There's a Joker or sucker born every minute...
The great Marisa Tomei turns 49. 34-23-34. Italian-American actress.
The Wrestler, My Cousin Vinny, Crazy, Stupid, Love, The Lincoln Lawyer
Has dual citizenship between Italy and the U.S. One of People Magazine's Most Beautiful People 2009. Has a tattoo of the Egyptian Eye of Ra (protection, good luck abundance) on her right foot.
[on pole dancing] It's really physically hard! That pole work is crazy hard; to be really good on that pole and you have to be really strong.
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