PGA Tour rookie finds his Masters motivation
March 24, 2017
PGA Tour rookie, Grayson Murray, has had a unique approach to the traditional game of golf since the moment he got his Tour card. He showed up wearing a t-shirt and missing his front tooth from biting into a chicken wing.
So it should come as no surprise to anyone that Murray has taken his Twitter shenanigans to a whole new level by asking Playboy model Lindsey Pelas to caddy for him. Not just anywhere either, but at the par-3 tournament at the Masters.
She was quick to respond:
After receiving a yes, Murray tweeted, “Ayyyy. Looks like I got some motivation now.” Of course the seemingly small conversation went instantly viral, getting Paige Spiranac’s attention as well. She offered the model some golfing lessons and her response was, “From you? Absolutely.”
A truly out of the box selection for a truly out of the box guy. Klinsmann would be an absolutely massive risk, yes, but wouldn't it be nice to see the higher-ups have some bollocks for once. Try something different. The German has done wonders with the Americans and we need to stop thinking we're entitled to the best managers in the world - news flash, we're shite.
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The 'Special One', who seems to have turned into The Moody One, seemed poised to take the position at one point but alas it wasn't to be. There was a time where he would've been the ideal man for the job, because everything he touched literally turned into gold. Oh so many people would despise the move, but Mourinho wouldn't just get results - he'd turn us into a powerhouse.
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Legend. Visionary. Genius. All of those words and so very many more perfectly describe Bob Paisley. The world knows him as one of the greatest ever and there's no arguments there. Paisley would've picked England up, brushed them down, shovelled out the shit and started fresh. It would've been risky for him to put his legacy on the line, but what a ride it would've been.
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Sir Alex Ferguson
There isn't much that hasn't been said about Ferguson, but to be honest he's probably the least convincing name on the list. The 74-year-old had a short tenure with Scotland, and this is his only notable international experience. So it would have been a big gamble.
Then again, if Fergie can win the title with some of the absolute tosh he's had over the years, he could probably achieve literally anything.
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LOS ANGELES, CA - MARCH 21: An official MLS match ball is seen on the pitch during warm-up prior to the MLS match between the Houston Dynamo and the Los Angeles Galaxy at StubHub Center on March 21, 2015 in Los Angeles, California. The Dynamo and the Galaxy played to a 1-1 draw. (Photo by Victor Decolongon/Getty Images)
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Pelas also spoke to Sports Illustrated about the whole ordeal, telling them that she actually hopes Murray wins at the Shell Houston Open next week.
“Some offers are too fun to turn down. I’ve seen Happy Gilmore way too many times to say no to this. I’m hoping Grayson pulls through… and the dress code isn’t too strict.”
The thing is, Murray hasn’t exactly had smooth sailing since receiving his Tour card. He’s missed eight cuts in eleven tournaments, putting him in a difficult qualifying position for the Masters. He’ll have to win the Shell Houston Open for this whole dream scenario to actually occur, which is highly unlikely after shooting an 85-75 at the Arnold Palmer Invitational.
So far, Jon Rahm is the only 2017 Tour rookie to make it to the Masters this year. There’s still a week to go but other rookies like Beef, Bryson DeChambeau, and Wesley Bryan need to make a strong push if they want to see their name on the Masters roster.
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