Jordan has been “on tour” with his first shoe launch (who needs a whole tour for a shoe?), starting in Tokyo and Korea. Now he’s made his way to the West Coast, where even the abundant beauty can’t help this shoe.
Better call in a swimsuit model with a tenuous connection to professional golf for reinforcements! Jordan Spieth was joined by Kelly Rohrbach in Malibu Monday night to promote the Spieth One, which launches March 1.
As you can see from the photos, after the usual promotional banter, Spieth and Rohrbach faced off in a putting competition in which she was subjected to actually putting her feet in a pair of the monstrosities.
Seriously, they look like three different teams designed each third of the shoe without talking to each other, glued the pieces together and added a piece of duct tape.
Doubtless these shoes are awful, but when you hear “Spieth One” what do you think? Probably something more along the lines of the kicks below, right? (No offense KUCH)
Rohrbach was quite a sensation at Pebble Beach last week. The soon-to-be Baywatcher plays to a seven handicap. And despite her weird follow-through, she can clearly play, as evidenced by this clean pick from the beach.
And we all know you want to see more of Kelly Rohrbach.. enjoy.
Oh Dion, Dion, Dion. Just because you were an 'ok' footballer doesn't mean you can break into the music scene.
The ex-Villa man invented 'The Dube'. A nine-inch percussion instrument, which retails at £230.00.
The fact the striker is also presenting 'Homes Under the Hammer', shows he'd do anything for a bit of cheddar.
Good old Joleon Lescott; released his own clothing brand - 'Lescott Stewart Clothing'.
Hopefully, for the defender, the brand will be more successful than the back nine of his career.
But, we don't think Joleon would fair too well against Karren in an argument.
Source: Sky Sports
Seriously cool bloke, and one hell of a player. Seedorf has even found success in the food industry.
The Dutchman owns a restaurant in Milan called, 'Fingers', and it's highly-rated in the Italian city. One of the best Japanese restaurants around, apparently.
It's a shame Nick's not still around, he would have loved this sort of place.
Is there anyone who doesn't like Franky Lamps? Saying that, he's probably not on Adrian Chiles' Christmas Card list...
Frank has dived into the kids market, by launching 'Frankie's Magic Football'. Aimed at juniors who are football mad, with each booking retailing at a fiver.
God the bloke's a legend, and would definitely be the most popular figure in the Apprentice contestants house.
Co-owns a Sports Management Division with rugby legend, Brian O'Driscoll.
The company was valued at €1m in a shareholder overhaul... fair play, lads.
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This one really made us laugh. Back in 2012, the better half of North London released their own fragrance brand ?.
The Sun reported how it was meant to whiff of 'The Emirates', and retailed at £23 - amazing.
In similar style to AC Milan teammate, Seedorf. Gattuso owns a fish market in Italy.
The Italian stated how when he was younger, he wanted to be a fisherman. Hopefully he won't scare away customers, like he used to opposition.
You could just see Gattuso in one of those raw tasks, out in London markets. 'Selling fish, two-for-one deals. Fresh fish, straight from Italy'.
Source: Daily Mail
Even had a crack at the movie scene with Ashley Cole. Co-produced a massive film flop, starring Danny Dyer.
But, the ex-United man has had some success in the retail market, with the defender's No. 5 brand.
Still, the bloke might struggle to articulate proper English in the boardroom.
Source: Daily Mail