The purveyor of pants you see coming from a mile away is about to go around the horn and leave plenty of fans caught looking. From the fairways of St. Andrews this weekend where LOUD icon John Daly on the 20th anniversary of his Claret Jug kissing glory will invade his competitors peripheral vision with a tornado of trouser color to behind home plate where fanboys will grandstand in Loudmouth’s inimitable style. So far thanks to the newly minted Loudmouth/MLB partnership you can now get decked out in fan gear from the Yankees, Red Sox, Cubs, Reds, Giants, Cardinals and Dodgers. The choice item has to be this pinstripe sports coat.
For Canadian golfers, this year's country-wide GiveGolf inititiative will raise funds for the Canadian Men’s Health Foundation. Simply play golf as you usually do, anywhere and anytime from July 18th through August 18th, 2015 and have your friends and family chip in to sponsor you by hole. Participating golfers pledge to clock 100 holes of golf during the month long venture and are eligible for awesome prizes. While the grand prize will go to the biggest fundraiser, you don't need to accumulate a golf bag full of Benjamins to win big. The golfer that plays the most holes will score a custom set of Nike clubs along with some sweet Nike swag (a $2300 value). For more info and to sign up, click this link to register at GiveGolf.ca
The latest golfer to appear in the buff in ESPN’s Body Issue is LPGA rookie Sadena Parks. She couldn’t let Gary Player have all the fun.
"I have a butt that is larger than I want it to be,” admits the golfer in the accompanying story but she’s not completely down on her derriere. “I know it gives me power in my swing, but everybody is like 'You've got a nice butt!' I'm like 'Well, thank you, but you can have it if you want it. I'll give it to you, it's all yours.'"
She also has quite the vertical leap: “For 5-foot-3, I got hops. I can touch the backboard. I grew up on basketball. That was my love. I wanted to play for Duke; I wanted to play in the NBA.”
For more Parks pics from the Body Issue
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