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The member list at Michael Jordan’s private golf club is a sight to behold



Michael Jordan’s exclusive golf club, The Grove XXIII is hosting a private member-member event and the list of those who will be in attendance is fascinating.

“The Fried Egg” posted a list of members on it’s twitter page (the list was subsequently deleted) and it surely does not lack star power as you can see below:

This is the first glimpse we have gotten of the member list at MJ’s club, but there are surely more celebrity members who can’t play in this particular event. Some notable pairings in the event include: Justin Thomas and Rickie Fowler, Michael Jordan and Keegan Bradley, Wayne Gretzky and Mossimo Giannulli, Justin Verlander and Michael Strahan, and many more.

Jordan’s club also looks to have some amazing state of the art features such as carts that go 35 MPH and drone food and drink deliveries:

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  7. Dfr

    Dec 10, 2021 at 8:15 pm

    Am I not a real sports fan if I only know the golfers, a few football and baseball players on this list?

  8. DJ

    Dec 10, 2021 at 11:30 am

    Some rich tard sporting a tard hat in a fast tard cart with something burning in his mouth on a hot day. Yep, tards going full tard. Never go full tard.

  9. AB

    Dec 10, 2021 at 10:33 am

    AJ Pierzynski in the house!!!

  10. Michael white privilege Jordan

    Dec 9, 2021 at 2:32 pm

    look at his stupid hat.

    these rich “people” aren’t just out of touch with reality, theyre out of touch with themselves

  11. matts daddie

    Dec 9, 2021 at 2:31 pm

    some people remember when Augusta got flack for their “lack of diversity”…

    weird that MJ gets a pass, must be his white privilege or something right? tell me what you think, retarded leftists… oh wait, i already know what your ignorant opinions are!!!!!! you too Matt V, you dumb worthless wop ginny

  12. Scott

    Dec 9, 2021 at 1:28 pm

    If I wanted to drive a cart that went fast, I would go the karting track (which I do often). Rental carts hit 55mph and if you are certified, you can track the race carts which do 65mph+ and are amazing. Way more fun than driving a golf cart too fast on bumpy paths that aren’t designed for that kind of speed.

  13. N

    Dec 9, 2021 at 6:52 am

    Maybe they could let a woman in.

    • Mike

      Dec 19, 2021 at 12:26 pm

      The woke police aren’t going to go after MJ. And do you think he’d care?

  14. tom-tom

    Dec 8, 2021 at 6:16 pm

    Still waiting for my invite!

  15. andrew J

    Dec 8, 2021 at 10:39 am

    Sent a P&SI-EGOS putter to Grove 23; attention MJ. If MJ has it in the bag, my Calcutta money is on MJ & partner in this M-M.

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  17. Klaus

    Dec 6, 2021 at 10:52 pm

    Nobody cares about these useless eaters.

  18. MJ accountant

    Dec 6, 2021 at 12:00 pm

    So august gets flack for “no women” but MJ gets a pass? Why? Am I missing something here? White privilege?

  19. Steve

    Dec 6, 2021 at 9:27 am

    As in the days of Noah meets Let them eat cake. Geh.

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‘Never be buddies’ – NHL star hits back at Brooks Koepka following golfer’s heckling



Brooks Koepka, Bubba Watson and Patrick Reed all take part in this week’s LIV Golf Orlando, their own prelude to the Masters starting on April 6th.

So, of course, at Wednesday’s presser, they were asked about their preparations, what would happen if one were to win at Augusta and, naturally, about ‘Cone-gate,’ a recent incident involving Koepka, a traffic cone, and an insult hurled at NHL defenceman Aaron Ekblad. 


Koepka, captain of the Smash GC team, was happy to answer the reporter’s question and had his fellow LIV players intrigued by his revelations:

Q: Brooks, sort of a viral clip from last week at the Panther game, I was just curious what’s your beef with Aaron Ekblad, and did you bring the cone from home?

Brooks: I did not bring the cone. He gave up a bad goal. It was a bad pass in the third. I’m a die-hard P’s fan, and he gave up a bad goal.

Bubba: What sport is this?

Reed: Hockey.

Brooks: Really?

Yeah, it’s all right. Yeah, he gave up a bad goal I think midway through the third, and I just felt like if they didn’t win that game, they weren’t going to make the Playoffs. Dedicated fan, man.

Bubba: What is that cone he’s talking about?

Brooks: There was a cone. There was a cone that was just outside, so I —

Bubba: Were you hydrated that night?

Brooks: Yeah.

Bubba: Now we’re getting to it.

Brooks: Absolutely. Listen, I’m a die-hard fan.

Bubba: Is your shirt on or off?

Brooks: It’s on.

Bubba: I ain’t gonna look at it then.

Brooks: But I’m a die-hard fan, man. When they do something good, I’m the first one to cheer them, I’ll text these guys.

Bubba: Did you not text him?

Brooks: I didn’t text him, no. I did not.

Well, Ekblad has since responded, and told Sportsnet’s Luke Fox that he doesn’t know Koepka and that they will “never be buddies.”

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Brooks Koepka’s coach says he expects LIV golfers to struggle at next week’s Masters



With the permission of Augusta National, the field for next week’s Masters will include six former champions that made the decision to join LIV Golf.

Dustin Johnson, Patrick Reed, Sergio Garcia, Bubba Watson, Charl Schwartzel and Phil Mickelson will all tee it up on 6th April, certain to show that the move to the rebel tour has not diminished their ability to still compete amongst the world’s elite.

However, Pete Cowan, coach to the likes of Rory McIlroy and Brooks Koepka, says that he is “not optimistic” about the chances of the LIV players at the first major of the year.

In an interview with The Times, the 72-year-old short-game wizard said,

“I’m not optimistic about players who aren’t playing competitively on a regular basis,”

“It’s a big deal. Like any sport, if you’re not competitively sharp you struggle.”

To put that into context, the official world’s top three players have taken part in a total of 21 events between them, with number three Jon Rahm leading the way with eight competitive outings, one ahead of the world number one Scottie Scheffler.

In contrast, 2016 US Open and 2020 Masters champion Dustin Johnson has only played two events since the turn of the year – LIV Mayakoba and LIV Tucson – and the current LIV table leader Charles Howell has done the same.

As The Times states, the most active PGA athletes will have played ‘more than double’ the number of rounds compared to their LIV counterparts come the Masters. There is concern over the level of commitment and desire to win from the LIV players, with last year’s Open Championship winner Cam Smith finishing fifth and 24th in his two outings in 2023, and DJ ranking in 35th and 13th in limited fields.

It may be that it’s money for old rope, but the incentive to appear in one of the PGA Tour’s ‘elevated’ events must also weigh heavily on those that took the big bucks to jump ship in 2022.

Cowan doesn’t slate those that went for the money, agreeing it has to be a motivating factor in sport, no matter what the public persona might say.

“Whether they say they do or not, they all play for money,” he said, before continuing

 “They are selfish and they have to be to be very good players. Ask Rory how much appearance money he gets a year. They all need to get round a table because if someone is investing billions into my sport I’d be saying, ‘How can I accommodate you?'”

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Augusta National Women’s Amateur champ hit with brutal 4-stroke penalty to begin defense



When high school sophomore Anna Davis won the 2022 Augusta National Women’s Amateur, everything went her way.

From charging through the field on the final day with a 69, to seeing leader Latanna Stone finish double-bogey, bogey to hand her the title, the then 16-year-old admitted, “I’m still a little shocked. I literally… I’m speechless. I can’t even fathom what just happened.”

Fast-forward 12 months and the defending champion had a completely opposite opening round, the bad day highlighted with a four-stroke penalty on her opening hole.

In the first round of the ANWA at Champions Retreat, host for the first two rounds of the 54-hole event, Davis twice lifted, cleaned and placed her ball while it was in the rough, mistakenly believing it was ‘preferred lies’ from anywhere.

Davis was then told on the 4th hole that there was a chance the committee would penalize her, but it was only after she finished her round that they confirmed she had lost four strokes, and had to sign for a 9 on hole one.

Chairman of Competition Committees James B Hyler Jr explained, “During play of her first hole, Anna Davis lifted her ball and failed to replace it on its original spot on two separate occurrences. Under Rule 9.4, Ms Davis has been penalized two strokes for each occurrence of playing from a wrong place. Her score on hole 1 will be increased from 5 to 9.”

Davis, who made four cuts from seven outings on the LPGA Tour last season, followed her opening hole with a double at the fourth hole and bogey on the next, standing at eight over par after just five holes. However, she fought back with four birdies and no dropped shots through the last 13 holes, eventually recording a four-over 76, 10 behind leader Rose Zhang.

The 17-year-old told reporters that she had checked the ruling with the group scorer. She asked if the preferred lie ruling apply all over the course and says she was told yes. “I guess he didn’t know,” Davis admitted.

“Aside from hole 1, I played pretty good today,” Davis said. “I hit a lot of shots close. The putter wasn’t really rolling, but I hit good shots.”

“I felt pretty good with my game the next 14 holes after that. I hit good shots. I just tried to forget that the 1st hole happened. All I can really do is have that give me motivation to do well tomorrow and have a good round tomorrow.

I’m playing well so I’m confident that I can do well tomorrow.”

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