Couple busted for having sex on golf course

Well, that’s not par for the course.

A frisky South Carolina couple was busted on a golf course Sunday for allegedly having sex near the eighth hole.

Authorities responded Sunday night to Tega Cay Golf Course after receiving a call about a possible medical situation involving two people lying on the fairway, according to the Fort Mill Times.

Other witnesses, however, said they thought the couple were deer, but then realized that it was “two people having ‘doggy-style’ intercourse,” police said.

Officers arrived to the scene to find Dakota Payne, 19, between the legs of Kiernan Hennessey, 24, performing oral sex, the Smoking Gun reported.

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Breaking: Groundskeeper at Trump’s LA golf course allegedly shooting at gophers with pellet gun

You know that face you make when, just as you post your breaking news on a groundskeeper at a Trump National golf course allegedly violating city code, news breaks thatSpecial Counsel Robert Mueller has impaneled a grand jury in the Russia investigation and West Virginia’s Democratic governor is expected to flip to the Republican Party?

The Washington Post’s David Farenthold, who won a Pulitzer for his campaign-season investigation of Donald Trump’s philanthropic claims, didn’t uncover this scoop, but he is on the phone following up.

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Watch Obama Drop The Mic After Sinking 40-Foot Golf Shot

President Barack Obama comes through in the clutch — at least when it comes to sports.

On Monday, while golfing during his Hawaiian Christmas vacation, Obama sunk a 40-foot chip shot at the 18th green of the exclusive Mid Pacific Country Club.

Approximately two dozen spectators had gathered to watch the shot, and his reaction to the round-ending chip-in can definitely be added to the list of reasons why he’s the coolest president in history.

The scene was perfectly set for the picturesque mic drop. As Obama walked down the 18th fairway, the sun set behind Oahu’s Ko’olau Mountains

“The president, wearing a grey golf shirt, dark shorts, a cap and a white glove on his right hand, took his position on the fringe about 40 feet from the hole, squatted down for a better view, then took a few practice swings before chipping the ball in,” Julie Hirschfeld Davis, a White House correspondent for the New York Times, wrote in a press pool report.

As the video shows, Obama victoriously drops his wedge before spinning around to point at nearby press and spectators.

“A cheer went up when he made the shot, and POTUS raised both arms in triumph, then turned and pointed in your pool’s direction, in a ‘You guys saw that, right?’ kind of a gesture, although he didn’t say a word,” Davis wrote.


Ironically, as Obama was stunning spectators with his short game Monday, Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump was attacking the president during a rally in Grand Rapids, Michigan for how much time he spends on the links.

It was reported today he played 250 rounds of golf and he’s going to be in Hawaii, I think did they say for three weeks?” Trump said of Obama. “Two hundred and fifty rounds, that’s more than a guy who plays in the PGA Tour plays. He played more golf last year than Tiger Woods.”

While Obama is definitely an avid golfer, Trump’s statement is misleading for two important reasons.

First, CNN reported that Obama has played 247 rounds of golf since taking office in 2008 — which averages to about 35 games a year. And while there are around 47 events in the PGA Tour, it should be noted that, at his peak, Tiger Woods’ daily golf practice sessions last seven to eight hours in length.

The Associated Press contributed to this report. 

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Justin Timberlake holds stranger’s baby Lion King-style at golf tournament

Asking a celebrity to hold your baby might otherwise get you detained by security, but not at a celebrity golf tournament apparently.

In this video uploaded to Reddit by user GuacamoleFanatic, a dad tries desperately to get every star that walks by at a celebrity golf tournament to hold his baby. He first asks NBA star Steph Curry, who walks by without a glance. He desperately tries for Dallas Cowboy’s quarterback Tony Romo, all while holding his unfazed child in the air. He then spots Justin Timberlake, who he knows might play along.

The dad puts Justin under pressure as the crowd starts a convincing “Hold the baby” chant. Justin stops in his tracks, compelled by the voices, and blesses the baby by holding him in his arms.

Not only does Justin cuddle the baby like the natural father he is, but then Steph joins in (after first refusing the baby, mind you) and suggests raising the baby Lion King-style and singing the iconic opening line of “Circle of Life,” solidifying this baby as their new king.

This baby doesn’t realize, or care for that matter, that this is by far the best thing that’s happened to him in his very short life.

Bringing a baby to a golf tournament might not be the best idea, but had this baby not been there, he wouldn’t have had the chance to be cradled by Justin Timberlake.

He’s bringin’ baby back.

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Frozen hash brown recall due to possible ‘extraneous golf ball materials’

(CNN)You have an early-morning golf match. You make coffee and contemplate the optimal breakfast to help you hit the ball straighter and calm those first-tee jitters.

For now, skip frozen hash browns sold in nine states under the Harris Teeter and Roundy’s brands. The potatoes may contain pieces of golf balls, according to the hash brown maker.
McCain Foods USA’s recall notice on the US Food & Drug Administration site says the hash browns could be “contaminated with extraneous golf ball materials” that “may have been inadvertently harvested with potatoes used to make this product.”
“Consumption of these products may pose a choking hazard or other physical injury to the mouth,” says the notice of the voluntary recall.
There have been no reported injuries, according to the company.
McCain Foods is recalling 2-pound bags of Roundy’s Brand Frozen Southern Style Hash Browns from Marianos, Metro Market, and Pick ‘n Save supermarkets in Illinois and Wisconsin.
It is also recalling 2-pound bags of Harris Teeter Brand Frozen Southern Style Hash Browns sold in North Carolina, South Carolina, Virginia, the District of Columbia, Delaware, Florida, Georgia and Maryland.
The production code on the back of the packaging is B170119, the company says.
The contaminated products should be thrown away or returned to the place of purchase.
McCain Foods has not responded to a request for further comment.

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Justin Thomas wins US PGA and confirms years of potential

The American Justin Thomas claimed the US PGA, his first major victory, by two strokes, to add to the three tournaments he has already won this season

What a role reversal. Three weeks ago, as a close friend and Open Championship housemate, Justin Thomas swigged from the Claret Jug won by Jordan Spieth. Perhaps this part in a Sunday blowout provided the final piece of inspiration needed by Thomas to press home years of promise. Now he, the US PGA Champion, can fill the Wanamaker Trophy with whatever he chooses. The run of first-time major winners is now eight from the last nine such events.

On a ferociously hot, gripping North Carolina afternoon Thomas prevailed by two, at eight under par. He has made something of a habit of following in the footsteps of Spieth. In 2013, a year after Spieth led the University of Texas to the college golf championship, Thomas did likewise for the University of Alabama.

Still, it has taken until recent times for the 24-year-old Thomas to carry such form properly into the professional ranks. Before this major triumph he had won three times on the PGA Tour this season. At one of those tournaments, in Hawaii, Thomas shot 59.

There was never even a remote chance of a repeat performance here, which owes everything to Thomass ability to emerge from a tense scrap. At 5pm on Sunday he was part of a five-way tie for the lead. Only half an hour earlier Hideki Matsuyama had led the championship by one.

The momentum shift in Thomass favour came on the 13th, where he chipped in for a birdie to move to eight under par. He maintained that position until the penultimate hole, where a glorious tee shot set up a 14ft birdie chance. Thomas converted, delivering a fatal blow to the already struggling Matsuyama in the process.

Thomas took to the 18th with a two-stroke lead, with even a drive into a bunker insufficient to halt his victory march. By this juncture the rest were scaling an ice mountain in slippers. Thomass fourth round was of 68 shots.

Matsuyamas one-over-par 72 an outcome possibly linked to the intense pressure attached to another attempt at becoming the first male Japanese major winner ensured a share of fifth which does not fairly reflect his earlier contribution. Francesco Molinari, Patrick Reed and Louis Oosthuizen shared second. Reed and Molinari had returned Sunday 67s.

Rickie Fowlers four birdies in succession from the 12th tee raised his hopes of ending his major wait. Yet having reached five under, Fowler needed more from Quail Hollows famous Green Mile closing stretch. There was to be no continuation of the surge.

What a week this proved for Jordan Smith, the 24-year-old from Bath. Two years ago, he did not even have status on the tour immediately underneath the European Tour. Smith duly progressed to the point of winning the European Open on his previous start, thereby earning a maiden major start. How Smith made the most of it: his Sunday 68 meant an aggregate of one under and a guaranteed return to the US PGA next year.

Im still pinching myself, Smith admitted. Ive had some really good groups, enjoyed the whole experience and ended up playing some really good golf, so Im happy.

Smiths total was one better than Paul Casey and two ahead of Ian Poulter. Jason Day put aside his disastrous eight at the final hole on Saturday to post a one-under 70, for the same 72-hole tally.

Dustin Johnsons Sunday 67, which earned him a top-2o finish, evoked memories of his opening to 2017. The world No1 has struggled, by his own admission, since toppling down a flight of stairs the day before the Masters.

Going into Augusta Im playing the best golf of my career, Johnson said. Everything was working very well. Then unfortunately I didnt get to play the Masters and Ive struggled a little bit this whole summer. Its all due to what happened right before Augusta, slipping and hurting my back.

I feel like the game is coming around. Its starting to feel a lot better. Ive got confidence in it again. Its close to being really good.

Spieth signed off with a 70 and words of encouragement from his caddie, Michael Grellar. Spieths total was plus two, with the Texan now set for a break before beginning an assault on the FedEx Cup he won in 2015.

Michael is telling me walking off 18 today, he goes: Hey, just want you to know thats a great year in the majors, Spieth said. He thinks Im disappointed maybe with how this week went. But we won a major. We had a chance to win at Augusta, too.

The US Open and here I didnt have a chance to win, which is a downer. But overall, when I look back on the year in the major championships, it was fantastic. If I did this every year, I would go down as the greatest ever to play the game.

Spieth was waiting at the back of the 18th green and therefore among the first to congratulate his contemporary on victory. It is party time again.

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