Michelle Wie is an artist, both on and off the course. The former U.S. Open champion loves herself some fashion, and this week she's getting to show that style off at the 2017 Solheim Cup in Iowa. On a sneaky great golf week, the European women and U.S. women will square off at the Des Moines Golf and Country Club to try and win their second straight Cup. Wie will be one of the major cogs in the U.S. engine, and everyone within a 20-mile radius will know it. She's had her hair braided red, white and blue and is sporting some of the wildest golf shoes I've ever seen (side note: I love them, and I want Patrick Reed in them next October for the Ryder Cup). A post shared by Michelle Wie (@themichellewie)
Henrik Stenson's prior appearances at the Wyndham Championship set the bar pretty low. He missed the cut in 2010 and 2011, followed by a flu-induced withdrawal in 2012. But Stenson is a far different player these days, and that disparity was on full display Thursday when he shot a bogey-free 62 to sit alone in second place, one shot behind Matt Every. "I guess my game is in slightly better shape than it has been some of the other times when I've shown up here," Stenson told reporters. "Couple of the times where I've been here I haven't been playing well at all. Certainly I felt like I would have a better chance this year to do myself justice on here, and I certainly got off to a good start."
Hublot announced on Tuesday, August 15, that professional golfer Patrick Reed is joining the ranks as ambassador for the Switzerland-based luxury watch brand. The announcement was made in Houston, at The Woodlands Country Club. There, Reed (wearing his Big Bang Unico Titanium) was on hand to answer questions, lead a golf clinic for friends of the brand and talk about his Hublot watch/clock collection. The Texas native shared that he was a huge fan of Hublot well before his role as ambassador commenced. He frequented the Houston Galleria Hublot boutique, where he got his first taste of Hublot watches and soon developed a “first-name-basis” relationship with the staff, whom he’d frequently call