PALM BEACH GARDENS, Fla. -- On Thursday, Ben Crane woke up early to play the first round of the Honda Classic and the 1, 162nd
Pro golfer Rory McIlroy found himself on the defense on Friday, less than a week after joining President Trump in Florida for a round of golf at the Trump International Golf Club. “This wasn’t an endorsement nor a political statement of any kind,” the 27-year-old Northern Irishman posted to Twitter. “It was, quite simply, a round of golf.” The four-time majors winner faced an onslaught of criticism online after he accepted Trump’s invitation to join him in West Palm Beach, Fla., last weekend, where he noted after their round that the president was “a decent player for a guy in his 70s.” The pair was joined for 18 holes by Nick Mullen, a sports agent, and Rich Levine, a Trump friend. Within minutes
The Ottawa Senators visit the Florida Panthers on Sunday, which meant that the players had a chance for a little rest and relaxation in the Sunshine State. Given their fortunes during his career, you’d figure Erik Karlsson has had his fill of golf. Here’s Erik Karlsson getting the ever-loving crap scared out of him by an alligator at Medalist Golf Club.