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Bubba showcases rap skills at Solheim Cup; Lee Westwood aims cheeky dig at U.S. fans



Yesterday at Inverness Golf Club in Toledo, Ohio, the European team capped off a 15-13 win at the Solheim Cup over the United States.

With only 30 PGA Tour pros simultaneously competing at the Tour Championship over the weekend, many of our favorite PGA Tour and European Tour pros dove head first into the festivities in Toledo.

We can confidently say that Bubba Watson, who was there all week supporting the ladies, caught Solheim Cup fever.

Ahead of the action on Monday, the multiple Masters champ got things underway with a Christian rap. We can’t make out all the lyrics but it appeared to end with the following:

“Got two Masters,

No double major,

But one Master,

Now praise the day,

Let’s go!”

While Lee Westwood, who is competing in England this week at the European Tour’s BMW PGA Championship, was not able to attend, the 25-time European Tour winner took to social media to share his thoughts as well.

Westwood was evidently poking fun at the fact that the American fans departed from the course when it was clear that they would not win.

Whatever your stance is regarding Westwood’s disapproval on the U.S. spectators’ prompt departure, we can all agree it was a nice change of pace to let the Solheim Cup take center stage, and it sure didn’t fail to disappoint.

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  1. Reality

    Sep 10, 2021 at 11:10 am

    Man, that is painful to watch. Rap culture has done a lot for the USA.

    More children have been shot in Chicago this year than have died from COVID nationwide, for example.

    We should keep going down this route of cultural suicide. China has to be loving it.

    They will be our new “Master” eventually, Bubs.

  2. Jeff

    Sep 8, 2021 at 10:53 am

    Think you will find if you excuse your ignorance , Westwood has won many times on US soil . But don’t let the facts get in the way of your tears .

  3. Bubs

    Sep 7, 2021 at 9:18 pm

    Coming from Westwood who has never won in the US, he would know what it’s like with nobody watching him play the 18th in any tournament other than in the European tour.

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Lamborghini set to build golf carts with solar panels



One of the most iconic high-performance car brands has officially entered the golf cart business. That’s right, Lamborghini is partnering with Kinetic Green Energy, an Indian electric-vehicle manufacturer.

Kinetic Green CEO Sulajja Firodia Motwani told Bloomberg Television that their new venture would create “beautifully differentiated golf carts,” which will also feature solar panels.

It is not a surprise to see luxury car brands enter this space, as golf carts are reportedly a $3 billion market.

The Lamborghini-Kinetic Green golf cart collaboration has yet to attach an official name to their partnership. Distribution is set to begin in 2020, and the golf carts are expected to be sold at airports, hotels and resorts.

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LPGA pros react with ambivalence to USGA’s new driver-length rule



The USGA announced earlier this week that they would be implementing a local rule that limits the driver shaft to 46 inches. While Phil Mickelson was among some of those who were in outrage with new stipulation, LPGA tour pros were far more ambivalent.

The Korda sisters commented on the controversial issue during their press conference for the Aramco Team Series. “No drama,” Jessica stated. “It doesn’t affect us,” Nelly added. This appears to be a common response in the women’s game, which caters to a more finesse and strategic style of play, as opposed to the “bomb and gauge” approach that many PGA Tour pros have employed.

“I would only see something like that as a problem if 90 percent of the field played with something like that. I don’t really see it as a big point. You can do way more with other things– limiting driver heads or balls, stuff like that. I don’t think this rule will change much, especially in the women’s game,” said Anne van Dam, who also happens to rank first on the LPGA Tour in driving distance.

Sophia Popov seemed to sum up the LPGA’s common sentiment best, “I don’t care, because I don’t have a drier that’s longer than 46 inches. I know I heard some criticism on the men’s side, but for us, the shorter the driver is, the harder you can hit it. I don’t think it’s that big a deal… It’s something I just watch from afar and watch on Twitter and laugh about.”

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Introvert vs Extrovert – Study shows what brand golfers buy based on personality type



A recent study conducted by Stephen Smith, chief psychologist at the UK-based Sports Psychology Ltd (SPL), sought to determine the brand preference of golfers based on them having either an extrovert or introvert personality.

As reported by FirstCallGolf’s Ken Klavon, Smith, who has worked as a psychologist to professional athletes in golf, Formula One, rugby, and football, posted a short questionnaire with questions on golf equipment preferences focused on around 15 brands, followed by a level of personality questions. 

The study focused on three main character identification questions for the personality section: Introvert versus Extrovert, Pragmatic versus Visionary, and Logical versus Idealist.

After receiving “hundreds upon hundreds” of responses, the data, matched up with their favored golf equipment, showed the following results:


Ping was the preferred brand of 40% of those who were identified as introverts, while Titleist was next up for introverts, with 18% of those naming the brand as their favorite.


Callaway and TaylorMade were brands that 40% of those identified as extroverts chose as their favourites.

Smith’s data also concluded that “60 percent of golfers are sensory pragmatics who will be driven by the look, feel and sound of any equipment” and that golfers are by and large a group of consumers driven by a futuristic vision.

Amongst his takeaways, Smith said:

“This study shows that golf needs to be much more sophisticated in its understanding of the customers it is connecting with, and in the way it communicates to build that connection.

How do you get personalities to react to something, particularly a piece of equipment? No doubt the 2020s may be the decade when the psychology of design will be as important as the engineering that underpins it.”

Find out more about the study here.

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