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Collin Morikawa’s love of cereal inspires ‘Cinnamoji’ head covers and other golf gear



Collin Morikawa’s love of cereal is no secret, with the 2021 Open Champ stamping his favorite brand onto his wedges while admitting to eating Cinnamon Toast Crunch at times for dinner.

At this week’s BMW Championship, the 24-year-old was eating Cinnamon Toast Crunch on the course and filling his bowl using a head cover holding said cereal, and it has inspired TaylorMade and Cinnamon Toast Crunch to collaborate on some awesome golf gear.

Taylormade and Cinnamon Toast Crunch have created a limited-edition set of premium handmade leather Cinnamoji head covers, specifically to hold your cereal, as well as other Cinnamoji-inspired golf gear, including a ball marker, bag sticker and towel.

The collection goes on sale tonight at 8 p.m. ET at


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Bubba Watson ends 15-year relationship with caddie Ted Scott



Just hours after Justin Thomas announced his split with long-time caddie Jimmy Johnson, Bubba Watson also took to Twitter to state that he would be ending his 15 year relationship with caddie Ted Scott.

Watson shared a few photos in the sentimental social media post, including one of an embrace between him and Scott just moments after he had won the Masters. Bubba also wrote a note that revealed that the two had “deep talks” before deciding to split.

The 12-time PGA Tour winner has not yet announced who would be replacing Scott. Watson is coming off a disappointing season, where he recorded only three top-10s in 19 starts. He has not yet officially committed to any tournaments during the fall swing.

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Challenge Tour pro makes history by shooting 58



Alejandro Del Rey fired an incredible round of 58 during the second round of the Challenge Tour’s Swiss Challenge to become just the fifth man to fire a 58 on a professional tour.

Del Rey’s 58 is also a very special feat as he is the only one of those five to shoot the score on a par 72 course, in a round that included an incredible start (back 9) where he went birdie-eagle-eagle.

Check out the moment Del Rey finished off his historic round below.

Jim Furyk (PGA Tour), Stephan Jaeger (Korn Ferry Tour), Ryo Ishikawa (Japan Tour), and Jason Bohn (Canadian Tour) are the other four men to fire a 58 on a professional tour.

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How to watch Bryson in Friday’s Long Drive Finals: Full Viewer’s Guide



Bryson DeChambeau has made his way to the final day of the World Long Drive Championship in Nevada, doing so in extremely windy conditions.

The 28-year-old impressed on Day 2 of the event, reaching a ball speed of 214mph to book his place in the last 16 and final day.

Bryson will be competing against his good friend and monster-hitting Kyle Berkshire on Friday, and for those of you interested in watching the final day’s action, here is how the format works.

How The Format Works

Last 16

The final 16 players are divided into two groups of 8, with the top 4 in each group advancing. 

Points are awarded for longest drive, second-longest drive, third-longest drive etc.

Each player will hit 30 balls over five sessions, with the total scores of each then added up and the top 4 in both groups advancing.

Last 8 & Final 4

Players are divided into two groups of 4, and each player will hit a total of 6 balls each, and the top two drives of every player will count towards their total score.

The top 2 finishers from both groups advance to the final 4, where the same format will apply, and the top 2 players will then advance to the final.


Both players will hit six balls inside 2 and a half minutes, with the longest drive of the two players deciding who is the champion.

How to Watch

The final day begins at 6.45 p.m ET and can be live-streamed on the PLDA’s YouTube Channel hereand you can also follow the leaderboard here.

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