The Green Bay Packers may not be heading to the Super Bowl this year, but Olivia Munn is still the team’s — and quarterback boyfriend Aaron Rodgers‘ — biggest fan. After the quarterback and his NFL team suffered a blowout 44-21 loss to the Atlanta Falcons Sunday night that ended Rodgers’ quest for a second Super Bowl ring, Munn thanked fans for supporting them all season. The 36-year-old actress made a subtle reference to Rodgers’ family drama, which resurfaced last week after the football star’s father told The New York Times that he and the rest of the family are not on speaking terms with the 33-year-old quarterback.
Get ready for arguably the biggest shake up to the Rules of Golf in generations. The R&A and USGA are set to introduce a plethora of revised rules that will come into effect on Jan. 1, 2020. David Rickman, the R&A’s executive director of rules, addressed the European Tour’s players during a meeting at last week’s Abu Dhabi HSBC Championship, where he highlighted new innovations being considered for the 2020 edition of the Rules of Golf. Golfweek understands that among the revised rules under consideration are: reducing the search time for lost balls from five minutes to three; allowing players to repair spike marks on greens; allowing players to drop a ball from any height when taking relief rather than the current stipulation of shoulder height; more of an emphasis on using red stakes for water hazards while still allowing yellow stakes in some cases; and eliminating the use of club lengths for taking relief.