Weekend Hot Clicks: Obama plays golf with Curry and Allen; Cheerleader Sara
The season's fourth and final major continues at Whistling Straits and you can follow live all weekend here. Highlights of the tourney thus far include John Daly hurling his club into Lake Michigan after three-straight kerplunks on the Par 3 on Friday, an incredibly emotional tribute from Kiawah Island club pro Charles Frost to his fellow pro that passed away recently, and this gallery of the gorgeous Melissa Weber Jones, the wife of Third Round leader Matt Jones. Numerous players were forced to finish their Second Round on Saturday morning, with Friday's play suspended due to bad weather and the GOLF Channel tent got the worst of it:
But, if this photo from John Kucko (who is posting loads of incredible photos from Whistling Straits all week) is any indication, it could be a gorgeous weekend:
Sunrise at Whistling Straits on 17th hole along Lake Michigan @PGAChampionship @spann @JimCantore @weatherchannel pic.twitter.com/N86usg89Bw — John Kucko (@john_kucko) August 15, 2015
Obama & Steph
President Obama, Steph Curry, Dell Curry and Ray Allen hit the links on Friday afternoon for a quick 18.
After days of looking for his lost dog, a Houston man received an unbelievable phone call this week. His Australian Shepherd, Bell, was found 900 miles from home.
Lovely Lady of the Day
Our Weekend Hot Clicks LLOD is St. Louis Rams cheerleader Sara (Click here for full-size gallery)
Here's an interesting method to battling anger and/or stress: Toronto residents with built-up rage can enter the "Rage Room" and destroy a bunch of crap for only $20.
FOX Sports designed this incredible Jim Harbaugh bus that features real khaki pants on the outside to promote the Michigan-Utah season opener.
Cam Newton's pants out here looking like my grandma's wallpaper in her bathroom. pic.twitter.com/KZaQw9Xehx — Andy MacKay (@aaamackay) August 15, 2015
August 15, 1945
This Day in #WWII #History: On August 15, 1945, Japan surrenders, in effect ending the war. #VJDay pic.twitter.com/SSD1VAp7Eh — World War II History (@WW2Facts) August 15, 2015
Big Bird & Frank Underwood
1/2 After #FallonTonight, Big Bird asked me if Frank Underwood was referring to him when he said:— Kevin Spacey (@KevinSpacey) August 15, 2015
2/2 "Competence is such an exotic bird in these woods that I appreciate it whenever I see it." #BigBird #HOC pic.twitter.com/dbOkOBIYxQ — Kevin Spacey (@KevinSpacey) August 15, 2015
The Padres might be having an underwhelming season but at least they checked one thing off the franchise do-to list with Matt Kemp recording the first cycle in the team's 46-year history.
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Odds and Ends
Disney Pop Quiz: How much do you know about classic Disney movies? ... Pharrell has a strange Michael Jackson introduction story ... West Ham goalkeeper Adrián was red carded for karate kicking opponent ... Giants fans are going to lose their minds over these custom Victor Cruz Nike shoes ... Falcons' security team hilariously practices chasing down runaway fans ... These massive LEGO creations are mind-boggling ... Meet the angriest baby in the world ... LLWS coach touched his baserunner on game-tying run, costs team the game ... Houston head coach Tom Herman said some of his WRs don't belong in Division I ... Here are some gorgeous Premier League WAGs for 2015 ... And finally, surfer Alana Blanchard's Instagram account is just insane.
Tigers slugger Miguel Cabrera returned to the lineup on Friday and appeared to enjoy himself, evident by this random but hilarious untucking war with Jose Altuve:
Giants outfielder Hunter Pence and Nationals reliever Casey Janssen had one of the more strange batter-pitcher battles we've seen recently, with both players doing some serious shaking of their tail feather before Janssen FINALLY delivered the pitch:
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